Dr. Kerry Tan

TanAssociate Professor of Economics


Sellinger Hall 321
Kerry Tan's website

Research Areas

Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics

Academic Degrees

Ph.D., The Ohio State University
M.A., The Ohio State University
B.A., University of California, San Diego


"The Symmetry and Cyclicality of R&D Spending in Advanced Economies,” with Norman Sedgley and John Burger (Forthcoming: Empirical Economics)

"Outsourcing and Price Competition: An Empirical Analysis of the Partnerships between Legacy Carriers and Regional Airlines" (Forthcoming: Review of Industrial Organization)

Burger, John D., Norman Sedgley, and Kerry M. Tan. (2017). "Macroeconomic Shocks and Corporate R&D," The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics 17(2).

Tan, Kerry M. (2016). "Incumbent Response to Entry by Low-Cost Carriers in the U.S. Airline Industry," Southern Economic Journal 82(3), 874-892.

Tan, Kerry M. and Andrew Samuel (2016). "The Effect of De-Hubbing on Airfares," Journal of Air Transport Management 50, 45-52.

Sedgley, Norman H. and Kerry M. Tan (2015). "The Roles of Innovators and Labor in a Schumpeterian Factor Endowments Based Model of Intraindustry Trade," Review of International Economics 23(5), 873-896.

Dresner, Martin, Cuneyt Eroglu, Christian Hofer, Fabio Mendez, and Kerry Tan (2015). "The Impact of Gulf Carrier Competition on U.S. Airlines," Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 79, 31-41.