Dr. Wafa Orman Associate Dean, College of Business Associate Professor, Economics & Computational Analysis Department Contact 301 Sparkman DriveBusiness Administration BuildingRoom 350CHuntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., Economics, University of Arizona, 2007 M.A., Economics, University of Arizona, 2004 M.A., Economics, University of Mumbai, 2002 B.Comm., University of Mumbai, 2000 Honors & Awards "Survival of the Strictest? An Experimental Examination of Club Goods," University of Alabama in Huntsville 2009 Research Mini-Grant Trust and Social Capital in Immigrant Networks, NSF Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences (TESS) and Department of Homeland Security Special Competition 2007-2008 Affiliations Referee, American Economic Review Referee, Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Toronto, 2008 Discussant, Southern Economic Association Annual Conference 2008, Washington DC Discussant, Western Social Science Association Annual Conference 2006, Phoenix, AZ Discussant, Western Economic Association Annual Conference 2006, San Diego, CA Participant, Committee on the Status of Women in the Economic Profession (CSWEP) Mentoring Workshop 2008, New Orleans, LA Member, American Economic Association Member, Southern Economic Association Expertise Labor Economics Economics of Religion Applied Econometrics Experimental Behavioral Economics Recent Publications Azita Amiri, Brinda Mahalingam, Anton Derbes, Jordan Haney, Susan Alexander, and Wafa Hakim Orman. The impact of chronic ambient exposure to pm2. 5 and ozone on asthma prevalence and copd mortality rates in the southeastern united states. Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 38: Nursing Perspectives on Environmental Health, page 15, 2019. Wafa Hakim Orman. Religiosity and financial crises in the united states. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 58(1):20–46, 2019 Brinda Mahalingam and Wafa Hakim Orman. GDP and energy consumption: A panel analysis of the US. Applied Energy, 213:208 – 218, 2018. James C. Cox & Wafa Hakim Orman. (2015) Trust and Trustworthiness of Immigrants and Native-Born Americans, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Volume 57, Pages 1-8 Eric A. Fong, Xuejing Xing, Wafa Hakim Orman, William I. Mackenzie Jr. (2015) Consequences of deviating from predicted CEO labor market compensation on long-term firm value, Journal of Business Research, Volume 68, Issue 2, Pages 299-305 Michael D. Makowsky, Wafa Hakim Orman, Sandra J. Peart. (2014) Playing with other people's money: Contributions to public goods by trustees, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Volume 53, Pages 44-55 Utteeyo Dasgupta and Wafa Hakim Orman. Does heterogeneity help in overcoming the public goods dilemma in a sequential contribution environment? Group Decision and Negotiation, 23(5):1219–1239, 2014. Dasgupta, U., Orman, W. H. (2014) Does Heterogeneity Help in Overcoming the Public Goods Dilemma in Charles M. North, Wafa Hakim Orman, and Carl R. Gwin. Religion, corruption, and the rule of law. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 45(5):757–779, 2013. Wafa Hakim Orman. Giving it away for free? The nature of job-market signaling by open-source software developers. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 8(1):1–33, 2008. a Sequential Contribution Environment? Group Decision and Negotiation, 1–21.