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J. Douglass Klein is the Kenneth B. Sharpe Professor of Economics at Union College. Klein joined the Union faculty in 1979, after earning a B.A. in mathematics at Grinnell College and a M.A. and Ph.D. in economics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. At Union College, he has held several administrative positions, including most recently, Dean of Interdisciplinary Studies, and from 2008-2011 served as Co-chair of the Symposium on Engineering and Liberal Education. His research is in the areas of energy, the economics of auctions, the measurement of efficiency, and the integration of engineering and liberal arts. He has recently developed and team-taught with an engineering faculty member, a new interdisciplinary course “Energy: How Much is Enough?”
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