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Kurt W. Rotthoff
Professor of Economics and Finance
Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University
Special Advisor to the Provost for Institutional Effectiveness































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Working Papers (also available on Google Scholar, Works Profile, or SSRN):

"Racially Charged Police Enforcement Has Cost the U.S. Economy $53 Billion to $220 Billion in Lost Productivity"

forthcoming in the Review of the Black Political Economy

"Real Options Applied to Consumer Goods: A Look at Final Four Ticket Pricing"
with Jason Berkowitz forthcoming in the Journal of Sports Economics

"The Impact of Basketball Malfeasance on the University and its Rankings" with Abigail Cormier,

Austin Eggers, and Pete Groothuis forthcoming in Applied Economics

The Simple Math of How to Retire with Millions published at


"Measuring Personal Economic Damages due to Environmental Harm Incurred by
Residents of a Lake-Centered Community"
with Frank Tanri (Under Review)

"The Anti Flutie Effect: The Impact of Football Malfeasance on the University"

with Abigail Cormier, Austin Eggers, and Pete Groothuis (Under Review)

"The Impact of Being Named a Top Party School on the Peer Rankings and the Academic

Profile of a University" with Abigail Cormier,* Austin Eggers, and Peter A Groothuis (Under Review)

"Impacts of Being Grouped with the Greatest" with Todd McFall

"Optimal Asset Allocation with Over-Savings"


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