photo: Bryan Boulier

Bryan L. Boulier

Title:
Professor of Economics
Faculty: Full-Time
Office:
365
Address: Monroe Hall
2110 G Street, N.W.
Phone: 202-994-8088
Fax: 202-994-6147
Website:

Areas of Expertise

Demography, the economics of human resources, forecasting

Professor Boulier received his B.A. in economics from North Carolina State University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Princeton University. Before coming to The George Washington University, he was assistant professor in the Department of Economics at Princeton and research associate at the Office of Population Research. He has also been a visiting associate professor in the School of Economics at the University of the Philippines. Boulier teaches courses in demography, microeconomic theory, and managerial economics . His research interests include demography, the economics of human resources, and forecasting.

Education

Ph.D., Princeton University

Publications

  • "Estimating Parameters of the 1981-19 Influenza Epidemic on U.S. Military Bases", with Kyonsei Sohn, Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 2012;
  • "Evaluating NFL Draft Choices: The Passing Game", with H.O. Stekler, J. Coburn, and T. Rankins, International Journal of Forecasting, 2009;
  • "Measuring Consensus in Binary Forecasts: NFL Game Predictions," with ChiUng Song and H.O. Stekler, International Journal of Forecasting, 2009;
  • "Vaccination Externalities," with T.S. Datta and R. Goldfarb, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy (Contributions), 2007.

Classes Taught

ECON 2165 Economics of Human Resources

ECON 6290 Principles of Demography

ECON 6291 Methods of Demographic Analysis