Academic journal article Journal of Managerial Issues

Dr. Charles C. Fischer: Biographical Statement

Academic journal article Journal of Managerial Issues

Dr. Charles C. Fischer: Biographical Statement

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Dr. Charles ("Chuck") Fischer is Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics, Finance, and Banking at Pittsburg State University (PSU). He received a Ph.D. in economics from Washington State University (1975), with his doctoral research focusing on the "Limitations of the Equilibrium Method in Economics." Chuck has published extensively in a wide range of academic journals, contributing to the following literature: economic theory, economic methodology, economic philosophy, simulation and gaming, labor economics, labor relations, economic education, business ethics, forensic economics, scholarly publishing, and legal economics. Some of his work has been reprinted in collected editions. He received the Kelce College of Business Excellence in Research award (1991). He has participated in professional conferences (as an elected officer, presenter, discussant, and session chair) and has served on the editorial advisory boards of several academic journals. Moreover, Chuck has served as a forensic economics consultant for many years; he was a former Board Diplomat of the American College of Forensic Examiners and labor fact-finder in Kansas.

Chuck teaches collective bargaining, labor economics, microeconomics, and macroeconomics. He received the Outstanding Faculty Award for the Kelce College of Business (1978) and for PSU (1991). Teaching is what brought him to higher education and it is what he enjoys most. As Chuck states: "It is a privilege and an honor to teach. …

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