Bashaw, David

At UW-Whitewater

University - Faculty/Staff
Office Phone
(262) 472-5585
Office Location
HH 4408

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, 1998, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

  • Master of Arts in Economics, 1994, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics, 1992, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Teaching/Administrative Experience:

Courses taught include Economics of Health Care, Economics of Labor Markets and Labor Policies, Business Statistics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.


Dr. Bashaw's main areas of research interest are health care provision and physician labor market issues. He has published articles in journals such as the Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations . He has also contributed a chapter to a book on race issues in the labor market.

University Service:

Master Advisor for the College of Business and Economics

Academic Staff Excellence Nominee
April 2007
UW - Whitewater
Honorary Member
January 2003
International Honor Society
Honored teacher
March 2002
Who's Who of American Teachers

Doctor of Philosophy
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Master of Arts
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Bachelor of Arts
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Midwest Economics Association
January 2001 - Current
Wisconsin Economic Association
January 2000 - Current

The Supply of, and Demand for, Health Care
The Affordable Care Act: Economic Projections and Implications
The Economics of Health Care Reform
Analysis of the Current Economic Situation
The Jobless Recovery? Employment and Productivity
Top Job Growth Occupations 2008 to 2018
World History and Economics
The Economics of Health Care
Baby Boomers and Health Care
Brother Can You Spare a Dime? Unemployment in the U.S.
Economics of Health Care
Baby Boomers and Health Care
Financial Fitness for Life
Risky Business, What Every Teenager Should Know
Bill Duddleston
Economic Education in Wisconsin's High Schools
Who is Ben Bernanke?
Stock Market Simulation
Norm Cloutier
The Determinants of Physician Board Certification
Patrick O'Halloran

Developing Issues in Economic Education and Personal Finance
National Business Education Association
Iss. 50 Pg. pp. 61-73
Black Physicians: Discrimination, Earnings and Job Satisfaction. How Far Have We Gone? Race and the Economic Environment
Marlene Kim, Ed.; Race and Economic Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century
Pg. 304
U.S. Physician Board Certification and Labor Market Returns
International Journal of Manpower
Vol. 27 Iss. 7 Pg. 625 to 646
The Gender Earnings Gap for US Physicians: Has Equality been Achieved? Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations

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