My curriculum vitae can be found here. I've included some of the highlights below.
Tyler C. Schipper
University of St. Thomas
Department of Economics
Mail #5029
2115 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105

Phone: 651.962.5690 (office)

E-mail: schi0195@stthomas.edu

Office: OEC 402

Office Hours: By appt. (J-Term 2019)

I completed my doctorate a the University of Oregon in June, 2014. My primary fields are economic growth and development, macroeconomics, and international economics.

I received my B.A. from Central College, a liberal arts institution in Pella, Iowa. In true liberal arts fashion I majored in Economics and minored in Math, Political Science, and Spanish.

I have taught extensively both at the University of Oregon and the University of St. Thomas. I have taught Principles of Macroeconomics, Macroeconomic Theory, Growth and Development, and Forecasting.

My research focuses on the macroeconomic implications of instiutional distortions - policies and problems like taxation, corruption, or regulation - that may negatively impact firm decision making. The nature of these policies can have large impacts on firms' decisions to innovate, operate formally, and ultimately to generate income.