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Jerry D. Plummer

Professor of Economics

Kimbrough 231
Phone: (931) 221-6222
Email: PlummerJ@apsu.edu

Post Doctoral Studies; University of Illinois
D.A., Middle Tennessee State University
B.B.A., M.B.A., Tennessee State University         

                                                     

Courses Taught at Austin Peay

ECON 2010 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2020 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 3010 Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 3020 Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECON 3210 Money and Banking
ECON 3960 Urban Environments and Economics
ECON 3980 Economic Geography
ECON 4210 Public Finance
ECON 4310 Labor Economics
MGT 4100 Management Information Systems
MGT 5000 Applications in Business Research
MGT 5030 Technology and Information Systems Management
MKT 3610 e-Commerce I
MKT 3620 e-Commerce II
MKT 3800 Transportation Operations
MKT 4100 e-Commerce Supply Cycles
MKT 4200 Logistics
QM 2110 Business and Economic Statistics I


Awards and Honors

Outstanding Advising Award by National Academic Advising Association

APSU Socrates Award for superior teaching




















Publications

Plummer, J., Cochran, H. (2013). High Frequency Broadcasters Consider Block and Spot Revenue Approaches along with Cost Containment Tactics to Improve Profitability. Academy of Business Research Journal

Plummer, J., Cochran, H. (2011). How Economic Theory May Explain Frequency Collision Avoidance Behaviour Among High Frequency International Broadcasters. Journal of Applied Business Research.

Plummer, J., Cochran, H. (2010). Chinese wire garment hanger producers Sent U.S. Dry Cleaners to the Laundry. Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies.

Plummer, J., Cochran, H. (2009). The Roles of the Mortgage Broker in the Sub-Prime Real Estate Lending Implosion. International Journal of the Academic Business World.

Plummer, J., Cochran, H., Peterson, D. (2008). Believe it or Not: Facts to Dispel the Persistent United States-China Manufacturing Trade Myths. Journal of Business, Industry and Economics.