Michael Francis Williams
Associate Professor - Management & Marketing
EDUCATION Ph.D. Rice University, 1996
M.A. Rice University, 1992
B.A. Boston University, 1985
Office: Nathelyne Archie Kennedy Building - Rm 207B
Research: Public Finance, Labor Economics, Immigration Teaching: Public Finance, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Managerial Economics, Labor Economics, Business Statistics, Money and Banking
Recent Publications Ashraf, J. & Williams, M. F. (2008). The Effect of Faculty Unions on Salaries: Some Recent Evidence. Journal of Collective Negotiations, 32 (3), 141-150.
Williams, M. F. (2008). Impact of an Increased U.S. Minimum Wage on U.S.-Mexico Trade: A Computational General Equilibrium Analysis. International Journal of Business and Economics Perspectives, 3 (1), 19-32.
Williams, M. F. (2008). Do Subnational Business Taxes Reduce a Region's Competitiveness? A Computational General Equilibrium Model. Competitiveness Review, 18 (3), 227-240.
Williams, M. F. (2007). An Economic Analysis of Tax Reform in Texas. The Business Review, Cambridge, 8 (2), 11-17.
Williams, M. F. (2005). Can State Governments Redistribute Income? Using Source-Based Capital Taxes for Income Redistribution. International Journal of Applied Economics, 2 (1), 62-78.
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