Joseph Guse Professor of Economics

Joseph Guse

Huntley 103
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Joseph Guse joined the Economics Department in the fall of 2005. He studied natural resource economics at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies where he earned a master's degree. He earned a PhD in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He teaches Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory and senior research seminar courses and co-teaches (with Harvey Markowitz) courses related to the culture, history and economies of the Lakota and Tohono O’odham tribes. His research interests include the effect of legal institutions and access to credit on Native American economic development, the role of advising in PhD programs, and the impact of federal commercial development subsidies in urban areas.


PhD Economics, University of Wisconsin (2006)

MFS, Yale University (1998)

AB Art History, University of Chicago (1994)


Microeconomic Theory, Public Economics, Law and Economics, American Indian Economic Development and Environmental Economics.