Kathryn L. Combs
Professor of Business Economics : Finance Department
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B.A., economics, Washington State University
M.A., economics, University of Minnesota
Ph.D., economics, University of Minnesota
- Applied microeconomics
- Applied game theory
- The economics of research and development
- Choice of organizational form of business
- Public finance
- Demand for and distributional effects of state lotteries and gambling
- Combs, Kathryn L. and John A. Spry, “Who Plays the Numbers Games in the Middle of the Day?” Applied Economics 44:7 (2012): 889-897.
- Combs, Kathy, Jaebeom Kim, and John A. Spry, “The Relative Regressivity of Seven Lottery Games,” Applied Economics 40:1 (2008): 35-39.
- "The Welfare Effects of Research and Production Joint Ventures," The Journal of Technology Transfer 30:1/2 (2005).
- Combs, Kathy and A. Link, "Innovation Policy in Search of an Economic Foundation: The Case of Research Partnerships in the United States," Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 15:2 (2003).
- "Limited Liability Companies and Technology Transfer," The Journal of Technology Transfer 24:1 (1999): 25-35.
- "The Role of Information Sharing in Cooperative Research and Development," International Journal of Industrial Organization 11 (1993): 535-551.
- "Cost Sharing vs. Multiple Research Projects in Cooperative R&D," Economics Letters 39 (1992): 353-357.