Allen W. Wilhite, Ph.D. Professor of Economics, Chair of Economics, Accounting, and Finance Department, College of Business Administration Biography Dr. Wilhite’s Complete CV Education Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Memphis, 1994 M.B.A., University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1990 B.S., Marketing, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1989 Classes Taught ECN 142 - Principles of Macroeconomics ECN 143 - Principles of Microeconomics ECN 499 - Computational Economics ECN 626 - Managerial Economics and Technology Selected Publications Wilhite A. (2014). “Network structure, games, and agent dynamics.” Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control. Vol. 47: 225-238. Bandyopadhyay, Liu, Mookerjee, and Wilhite (2014). "Dynamic Competition in IT Security: A Differential Games Approach.” Information Systems Frontiers, Vol. 16 (4): 643-661. Wilhite, Burns, Patanayakuni, and Tseng (2013). “Military Supply Chains and Closed-loop Systems,” (2014) International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 52 (7) April: 1926-1939. Wilhite, A. & Fong, E. A. (2012). Coercive Citation in Academic Publishing. Science, (Feb. 3) Vol. 335: 542. Wilhite, A., & Fong, E. A. (2012). Agent-based models and hypothesis testing: An example of innovation and organizational structure. Knowledge Engineering Review, Vol. 27:2, 221–238. & Cambridge University Press, 2012 doi:10.1017/S0269888912000148. With E.A. Fong. "Crime, Protection and Incarceration," in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization , 2008, Vol. 67, No. 2: 481-494. "Economic Activity on Fixed Networks," in the Handbook of Computational Economics: Agent Based Computational Economics ed. by Leigh Tesfatsion and Kenneth Judd. Series eds. Kenneth Arrow and Michael D. Intriligator. (North-Holland: Amsterdam) 2006. "Protection and Social Order," in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization , 2006, Vol. 64, No. 1: 691-701. "Self-Organizing Production and Exchange" in Computational Economics , 2003, Vol. 21 No. 102: 107-123. "A Model of Two-Party Campaigns in Pluristic Elections with Evidence," in Constitutional Political Economy ed. by R. Mudambi, G. Sobbrio and P. Navarna, with C. Paul (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge) 2001. "Bilateral Trade and 'Small-World' Networks" in Computational Economics , 2001: August, Vol. 18, No.1:49-64. "Rent-seeking, Rent-defending and Rent Dissipation," in Efficient Rent-Seeking: Chronicle of an Intellectual Quagmire , eds. A. Lockard and Gordon Tullock, (Kluwer Academic Publishers: London), 2001, with C. Paul. "Illegal Markets and the Social Costs of Rent-Seeking" in The Economics of Corruption and Illegal Markets ed. by G. Fiorentini and S. Zarnagni, 2000, (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.: Cheltenham, U.K.) with C. Paul. Market Size, Pricing Strategies and Selling Prices in Housing Markets" in The Business Journal , 1999: Vol. 14: 41-46 "Campaign Tactics and the Decision to Attack" in The Journal of Politics , Vol. 60, No. 4, (November) 1998: 1050-1062. with J. Theilmann. "Political Campaign as Rent-Seeking Games: Take the Money and Run," in Public Finance Review , Vol. 25, No.5, (September) 1997: 509-521. with J. Burnett and C. Paul. "On the Economic Case Against Drug Prohibition" in The Journal of Economic Perspectives Vol. 10, N0. 3 (Summer) 1996: 196-198. with C. Paul. "Search Duration of the Unemployed: Geographic Mobility and Selectivity Bias" Review of Regional Research , Vol. 24, No. 2, 1994: 127-142. with E. Goss and C. Paul. "The Influence of Current and Past Alcohol Use on Earnings: Three Approaches to Estimation" The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science , Vol. 29 No. 1 (March) 1993: 9-31. with R. Bryant and V. Samarayanake. "The Effect of Military Service on the Subsequent Civilian Wage of the Post-Vietnam Veteran: The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance , Vol. 33, No. 1, (February) 1993. with R. Bryant. "Rent-seeking, Rent-defending and Rent Dissipation: Public Choice , Vol. 71, No. 1-2 (August) 1991. with C. Paul. "The Prime: More Myth and Reality" The Journal of Commercial Bank Lending , Vol. 73, No. 12, (August), 1991. with S. Forbes.