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Steve Steib PhD

Kendall Professor of Economics Henry Kendall College of Arts & Sciences
Economics
918-631-2952
steve-steib@utulsa.edu
Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
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Biography

Steve Steib's primary interest has become helping students convert their dreams into plans and their plans into goals and their goals into realities.

For at least 2 ½ decades his research interests have focused on ways to improve the well being of less advantaged people and families. Steib has pursued this through not for profit organizations, through government agencies, and through think tanks. He feels fortunate to have students who are willing and often eager to engage in these issues.



Ph.D., Iowa State University
M.A., University of Texas
B.A., University of Texas


Domestic economic policy with a focus on policies that affect the least advantaged

Microeconomic Theory
Macroeconomic Theory
International Economics
Domestic Economic Policy Analysis


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Books


The Consequences of Cuts, Princeton Urban and Regional Research Center, 1983 (associate author)

Reductions in U.S. Domestic Spending, Transactions Books (Rutgers University Press), 1982 (associate author)

Public Service Employment: A Field Network Evaluation, The Brookings Institution, September, 1981 (associate author)

Federal Grants in American Cities: Tulsa, The Brookings Institution, co-authored in Federal Aid Case Studies Series, Paper #4, National Technical Information Series Report MEL 80-05, March 1980

Journal Articles


“Oklahoma’s Legislative Process in a Period of Fiscal Change,” with R Lynn rittenour and Larkin Warner, Public Budgeting and finance, Summer 1984

“Private Interests and Public Funds in Tulsa,” with R. Lynn Rittenoure, Texas Business Review, March-April, 1980

“Bank Soundness and Liability Management,” with D.G. Luckett, Nebraska Journal of Economics and Business, September, 1978

“Permanent Consumption and the Fisherian Rate of Interest,” Journal of Economics, 1978

“The Local Economic Impact of The University of Tulsa”, The University of Tulsa, 1977

“The Demand for Euro-Dollar Borrowings by US Banks,” The Journal of Finance, September 1973

Technical Reports


The Local Economic Impact of The University of Tulsa: 2004-2005 Academic Year

“From Welfare to Work: What Will It Take?” Co-authored report to Tulsa Metropolitan Human Services Commission, April, 1992

“Tulsa MSA Econometric Forecast,” Quarterly 1990-92

“An Econometric Analysis of the Local Employment and Income Effects of Attracting a Chinaware Production Enterprise to the Tulsa MSA,” 1991

Steib, Steve. Tulsa MSA Econometric Forecast. 1991. Print.

Steib, Steve. Tulsa MSA Econometric Forecast. 1990. Print.

Information Resource Handbook, Metropolitan Tulsa Economic Development Foundation, 1988

Job Training Partnership Act: Final Report, Prepared for Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, October, 1985 (contributor)

Early Service Delivery Area Implementation of the Job Training Partnership Act, Prepared for Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, June, 1984 (contributor)

State Level Implementation of the Job Training Partnership Act, Prepared for Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, May, 1984 (contributor)

Monitoring The Public Service Employment Program: The Second Round, a special report of the National Manpower Commission for Manpower Policy, Special Report No. 6, March 1978 (Brookings, associate author)

“The Local Economic Impact of The University of Tulsa”, The University of Tulsa, 1977

Textbook


“JTPA In Oklahoma,” in Oklahoma 2000, 1985


AS 1001 First Year College Experience
ECON 2013 Principles of EcoNomics I: MacroecoNomics
ECON 2023 Principles of Economics Ii: Microeconomics
ECON 3083 International EcoNomics
ECON 4163 Policy Analysis