Timothy WunderClinical Assistant Professor, Graduate Advisor
Ph.D., Colorado State University, 2003
Telephone: 817-272-3257 Office: COB 319
Research/Teaching Interests: History of Economics, Thought and Methodology, Technology and the Economy, and International Economics
Dr. Timothy Wunder completed his Ph.D. at Colorado State University during the summer of 2003 in the area of Economic Sociology. Dr. Wunder continues to find himself intrigued by the interplay of the economic realm with the social and cultural influences that interact with it. This fascination with the intersection economics with society and culture shapes his instruction, research, and private life. Dr. Wunder is happily married and lives with his wife and two pets, a dog and a cat. Both animals are firm believers that their desire for attention should supersede Dr. Wunder’s need to get work done.
- Wunder, Timothy (June 2009). “Fact-Based Economic Education,” Journal of Economic Issues, 42(2), pp. 467-476.
- Wunder, Timothy (June 2009). Book Review of Sway: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior by Ori and Rom Brafman, Journal of Economic Issues, Volume 43(2).
- Wunder, Timothy (March 2009). Book Review of Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces that Shape Our Decisions by Dan Ariely, Journal of Economic Issues, Volume 43(1).
- Wunder, Timothy and Thomas Kemp (Spring 2008). “Institutionalism and the State: Founding Views Reexamined,” Forum for Social Economics, Volume 37(1), pp. 27-42.
- Wunder, Timothy (September 2007). “Toward an Evolutionary Economic: The ‘Theory of the Individual’ in Thorstein Veblen and Joseph Schumpeter,” Journal of Economic Issues, Issue 41(3), pp. 827-39.