Macroeconomics, Public Sector, Budget Issues, Tax Issues
Trenery Dolbear specializes in macroeconomics, the public sector, and choice under uncertainty. His current research involves testing for rationality in racetrack betting data. At Brandeis he teaches courses in macroeconomics and the public sector. A former faculty member at Stanford University, Carnegie-Mellon University, Yale University, and the London School of Economics, he holds a Ph.D. from Yale.
Yale University, Ph.D.
Yale University, M.A.
Williams College, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Selected by CHANGE Magazine as one of 25 professors nationally in economics, math and philosophy for effective teaching (1976)
Clinton S. Darling Chair in Economics (1975)
Ford Foundation Grant (1975 - 1976)
Brookings Economic Policy Fellow (1967 - 1968)
Ford Foundation Management Economics Fellow (1960 - 1961)
Cutler-Currier University Fellow (1958 - 1959)