Visiting and Adjunct







Chris Cosans
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Fields: Investment Analysis, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Neuroeconomics, Evolution of Economic Cooperation, Economics of the Human Family, Economics of Technological Change
Office Hours:  CLAV 201, Tuesday/Thursday : 10:50 – 11:20am and at least one Tuesday or Thursday each week from 11:20 – 12:30pm. All other times and MWF by appointment.

Selected Publications 

“Should Fair-Lending Investigators Better Mix Qualitative and Quantitative Methods”, Journal of Financial Regulation, 5: 91-100 (2018)

“Does Milton Friedman Support Vigorous Business Ethics?”,  Journal of Business Ethics, 87: 391-399 (2009)

“Cooperation across cultures: A 16 country review of the concept”, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 36 (2): 238-247 (2012)  (with Leonard, Pakdil and country collaborators)

“Hunting, Monogamy, and Economics: Are Humans Like Wolves that Hunt Elephants and Whales?”, Human Ecology, 51: 597-607 (2023)