Alan Haight


  • PhD, Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990
  • BS, Economics, University of Oregon-Eugene, 1975


  • International Trade
  • International Finance
  • Sports Economics
  • Macroeconomics


“The Intolerance Multiplier: A Diagram,” Review of Radical Political Economics,Spring/Summer 2013.

“A Keynesian Angle for the Taylor Rule: mortgage rates, monthly payment illusion, and the scarecrow effect of inflation,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Winter 2007-08.

“Diagram for a Small Planet: The Production and Ecosystem Possibilities Curve,” Ecological Economics, October 2007.

The ‘Real Feel’ of Mortgage Payments,” Indicators: The Journal of Social Health, Fall 2003.

“Winner-Take-a-Hike Markets,” Review of Radical Political Economics, Summer 2003.

“Burnout, Chronic Fatigue, and Prozac in the Professions,” Review of Radical Political Economics, Spring 2001.
“Padded Prowess: A Veblenian Interpretation of the Long Hours of Salaried Workers,” Journal of Economic Issues, March 1997.

A New (Keynesian) Look at Gas Rationing,” Challenge Jan-Feb 1996, 59-61.

"A Stolper-Samuelson Relationship for the Very Short Run." The Manchester School, September 1994.

"The IC-OV Diagram: A Supplement to Isoquants for Teaching Trade Theory," Journal of Economic Education, Summer 1994.

"Internal Migration and Urban Employment: Note."
American Economic Review, June 1990.