Ann Mari May
- Gender and Higher Education
- Women and the Economy
- Macroeconomic Stabilization Policy
- U.S. Economic History
B.A., Colorado State 1980, Political Science
M.S., Colorado State 1983, Economics
Ph.D., Colorado State University 1988, Economics
Women and Education, Feminist Economics, Political Business Cycles, and Post-war Macroeconomic Policy
Women's Economic History, Feminist Economics, and 19th and 20th Century U.S. Economic History
Journal of Economic Perspectives, Contemporary Economic Policy, Feminist Economics, Journal of Economic History, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Journal of Economic Issues, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Great Plains Quarterly, Challenge
Award for Outstanding Service for the International Association for Feminist Economics in honor of Jean Shackelford, 2012
Executive Officer: international Association for Feminist Economics, 2006-2013
Feminist of the Year, Spring 2007, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
Academy of Distinguished Teachers, 1997-98 to present.
Nebraska Professor of the Year, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1998-99.
Outstanding Teaching and Instructional Creativity Award, (OTICA) System-wide Teaching Award, 1997-98.
University Distinguished Teaching Award, UNL, 1991-92.
Distinguished Teaching Award, College of Business Administration, UNL, 1989-90.
Outstanding Contribution to Students Award, 1989-90, 1997-98, 1998-99.
Stuart Leadership Foundation Innovative Teaching Award, Spring 1992-93.
UNL "Best Professors" in Lisa Birnbach's New and Improved College Book, 1992.
Documents & Links
Books and Edited Volumes
- Are Disagreements among Male and Female Economists Marginal at Best?: A Survey of AEA Members and their Views on Economics and Economic Policy
- Representation of Women Faculty at the Public Research University: Do Unions Matter?
- Trouble in the Inaugural Issue of the American Economic Review: The Cross/Eaves Controversy
- Gender and the Political Economy of Knowledge
- On Gender Balance in the Economics Profession
- 'Sweeping the Heavens for a Comet': the Language of Political Economy, and Higher Education in the US
- Occupational Segregation of Women on the Great Plains
- Women and the Great Retrenchment: The Political Economy of Gender in the 1980s
- Women, Economics, and the Concept of the Market: A Second Look at Reaganomics
- Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy and the Carter Presidency
- Caste, Class, and Social Change: An Institutionalist Perspective
- Class Conflict, Corporate Power, and Macroeconomic Policy: The Impact of Inflation in the Postwar Period
- President Eisenhower, Economic Policy, and the 1960 Presidential Election
- Contemporary Philosophy of Science and Neoinstitutional Thought
- The Presidential Political Business Cycle: An Instituional Critique and Reconstruction
- The Presidential Political Business Cycle of 1972