Assistant Professional Specialist
Kristen Collett-Schmitt primarily conducts research in applied microeconomics, including the fields of industrial organization and law and economics. She also has special interest in economics education and literacy, encouraging students to develop an interest for economics outside of the classroom through the use of real-world examples and applications. Collett-Schmitt has taught various courses in both microeconomics and macroeconomics to undergraduate students and those earning Master of Nonprofit Administration and Executive MBA degrees, receiving an award for her teaching at North Carolina State University. She has also served as an academic consultant for the online technology group dotlearn, Thomson South Western, and Pearson Economics, a rater for the College Board’s AP Microeconomics national exam, and a student mentor for various programs at the University of Notre Dame. Collett-Schmitt earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics and sociology from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky and a Master of Economics and Ph.D. in economics from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. She provides service to the community as a Junior Achievement volunteer and through fundraising for the March of Dimes National Office, and is developing a nonprofit organization that provides pajamas and other necessities for premature infants.
"Alarming Behavior: The Social Consequences of Home Burglar Alarms."
"The Effectiveness of Online Collaborative Learning and Implications for Free-Riding Behavior."
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