John Tomer, PHD
John Tomer, PHD
Email : email@example.com
Phone : 718-862-7462
Office : DLS 507
PHD, Rutgers, St U NJ: New Brunswic
BS, Rutgers, St U NJ: New Brunswic
For more information on John Tomer, see his home page, http://home.manhattan.edu/~john.tomer
Publications & Professional Activities
Recent Refereed Journal Articles:
- "Intangible Capital and Economic Growth," International Journal of Behavioral and Healthcare Research, forthcoming.
- “Enduring Happiness: Integrating the Hedonic and Eudaimonic Approaches,” Journal of Socio-Economics, 40(5), September/October 2011.
- “What Causes Obesity? And Why Has It Grown So Much?,” Challenge, 54 (4), July/August 2011.
- “Beyond the Rationality of Economic Man, Toward the True Rationality of Human Man,” Journal of Socio-Economics, 37(5), October 2008.
- “Why We Need a Commitment Approach to Environmental Policy,” Ecological Economics, 62(3-4), May, 2007.
- "What is Behavioral Economics?" Journal of Socio-Economics, 36(3), June, 2007.
- “Organizational Capital and Personal Capital: The Role of Intangible Capital Formation in the Economy” in Altman, Morris. (Editor) Handbook of Contemporary Behavioral Economics; Foundations and Developments. M.E. Sharpe, 2006.
- “Understanding Human Welfare,” Indicators, 2(3), Summer, 2003, pp. 105-129.
- “Personal Capital and Emotional Intelligence: Increasingly Important Intangible Sources of Economic Growth,” Eastern Economic Journal, 29(3), Summer 2003, pp. 453-470.
- “Intangible Factors in the Eastern EuropeanTransition: A Socio-Economic Analysis,” Post-Communist Economies, Vol. 14, No. 4, December 2002, pp. 421-444.
- “The Firm is Human: It is Not a Neoclassical Machine,” Indicators, Vol. 1, No. 3, Summer 2002, pp. 101-115.
- Human Well-being: A New Approach Based on Overall and Ordinary Functionings,” Review of Social Economy, 60(1), March 2002, pp. 23-45.
- “Economic man vs. heterdox men: the concepts of human nature in schools of economic thought,” Journal of Socio-Economics, vol. 30, No. 4, 2001, pp. 281-293.
- “Addictions are not rational: a socio-economic model of addictive behavior,” Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol. 30, No. 3, 2001, pp. 243-261.
- “Understanding high performance work systems: the joint contribution of economics and human resource management,” Journal of Socio-Economics, 30 (2001), pp. 63-73.
- Organizational Capital: The Path to Higher Productivity and Well-being. Praeger Publishing Co., 1987.
- The Human Firm: A Socio-Economic Analysis of Its Behavior and Potential in a New Economic Age. Routledge Publishing Co., 1999.
- Intangible Capital: Its Contribution to Economic Growth, Well-Being, and Rationality. Edward Elgar Publishing Co., 2008.
ECON 201 Principles and Policies I: Macroeconomics
ECON 202 Principles and Policies II: Microeconomics
ECON 333 Public Finance
ECON 444 Seminar in Behavioral Economics