Ph.D., Washington State University, Expected May 2018.
Advisor: Philip R. Wandschneider
B.A., International Affairs, Minor in Economics, Lewis & Clark College, 2009.
- International Economics
- Political Economy
Spangler, Ethan. “Allies with Benefits: US Effect on European Demand for Military Expenditures” 2016 (Accepted for publication in Defence and Peace Economics).
Spangler, Ethan and Ben Smith. “A Dynamic Model of Political Stability and Dissent,” 2016.
Work in Progress:
Spangler, Ethan and Ben Smith. “Let Them Tweet Cake: Estimating Political Stability Using Twitter Data,” 2016.
Spangler, Ethan. “The Hydra Problem: Agent-Based Approach to Drones Strike and Terrorism” 2017.
- Fundamentals of Microeconomics (EconS 101)
- Economics Capstone (EconS 490)
Introductory Econometrics (EconS 311)
School of Economic Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164