Dr. Stephen J. K. Walters
Ph D, University of California, Los Angeles.
MA, University of California, Los Angeles.
BA, University of Pennsylvania.
Writing a book about the decline of the American central city.
Industrial organization and regulation
Economic analysis of law
Stephen J. Walters, Reflections on Private Water Supply: Agency and Equity Issues, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 23(3) 2011, 36-40.
Stephen J. Walters, Don't play games with tax breaks for developers; cut the rates for everyone, Baltimore Business Journal, 2010, 39.
Stephen J. Walters, This time it's different: Rehabbing Wrigley a sound investment, The Chicago Tribune, 2010.
Stephen J. Walters, Don't give up on slots at the track, The Baltimore Sun, 2010.
Stephen J. Walters, Unions and the Decline of U.S. Cities, The Cato Journal, 30(1) 2010, 117-135.
John D. Burger and Stephen J. Walters, Uncertain Prospects: Rates of Return in the Baseball Draft, Journal of Sports Economics, 10(5) 2009, 485-501
Walters, S. J.K., Miserendino, L., Baltimore's Flawed Renaissance: The Failure of Plan-Control-Subsidize Redevelopment, Prospectives on Eminent Domain Abuse; Institute of Justice, 3, (2008).
Burger, J. D., Walters, S. J.K., The Existence and Persistence of a Winner's Curse: New Evidence from the (Baseball) Field, Southern Economic Journal, 75, 1, (2008).
Walters, S. J., Burger, J. D., Arbitrator Bias and Self Interest: Lessons from the Baseball Labor Market, Journal of Labor Research, 26, 2, (2005), p. 14.
Walters, S. J., Burger, J. D., Market Size, Pay, and Performance: A General Model and Application to Major League Baseball, Journal of Sports Economics, 4, 2, (2003), p. 108-25.
Walters, S. J., Hanke, S. H., Economic Freedom, Prosperity, and Equality: A Survey, Cato Journal, 17, 2, (1997), p. 117-46.
Awards and Honors
Newman Scholar, Loyola College (2002)
Distinguished Teacher of the Year, Loyola College (2005)
Loyola College Faculty Research Grant, Loyola College (2005)
Southern Economic Association, Western Economic Association, International Association of Sports Economists, Society for American Baseball Research