Amanda Stype

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Assistant Professor


703G Pray Harrold


[email protected]

Office Hours

Winter 2023


  • Ph.D., Economics, Michigan State University, 2016
  • MA, Economics, Bowling Green State University, 2010
  • BS, Mathematics/Statistics, Ohio Northern University, 2009
  • BSBA, International Business and Economics, Ohio Northern University 2009

Interests and Expertise

Dr. Stype's research and teaching interests are in the fields of:

  • Health Economics
  • Public Economics
  • Public Policy
  • Business Economics
  • Defense Economics
  • Aging and Demography
  • Economics Education



  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Principles of Microeconomics Honors
  • Health Economics
  • Economic Analysis of Business
  • Government Finance


  • Microeconomic Analysis
  • Health Economics
  • Public Finance: Analysis and Policy
  • Managerial Economics

Publications and Presentations

Refereed Journal Articles

Book Chapters

"Fighting the Civic Desert: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Empowering Educators," with Brigid Beaubien, Amanda Maher, and Jeff Bernstein, in R. Martin Reardon, Jack Leonard, (Eds.), School-University-Community Collaboration for Civic Education and Engagement in the Democratic Project, Vol. III, Information Age Publishing, pp. 55-76.


Dr. Stype is currently the departmental honors advisor. 

Grants, Honors and Awards

2022 Ronald W. Collins Distinguished Faculty Award (Teaching I)

Additional Information

Dr. Stype is passionate about teaching and learning and was a 2021 participant in the AEA Expanding Diversity in Undergraduate Classes with Advancements in (the) Teaching (of) Economics (EDUCATE) Workshop. She has also presented pedagogy work at the St. Louis Fed Professors Conference. Her courses draw students from a wide variety of majors, and she loves teaching economics to non-economists as well as working with future economists and future social studies teachers.