- Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1988
Born in southern Germany in 1957, Dr. Glomm attended the University of Kansas from 1978 to 1981, majoring in Economics. He completed graduate school at the University of Minnesota with a Ph.D. in Economics in 1988. Dr. Glomm has previously held faculty positions at the University of Virginia and most recently at Michigan State University.
Research and teaching interests include macroeconomics, economic growth, income distribution and political economy. Recent papers include, “On the Political Economy of Means Tested Education Vouchers" (with P. Bearse and B. Ravikumas), European Economic Review, 2000; "Distributional Effects of Public Education in an Economy with Public Pensions," (with M. Kaganovich), International Economic Review, 2004; "AIDS Crisis and Growth," Journal of Development Economics, 2005; "A Charter School Location" (with D. Harris and T. Lo), Economics of Education Review; "Macroeconomic Implications of Early Retirement in the Public Sector: The Case of Brazil" ( with Juergen Jung and Chung Tran) forthcoming in Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.