Bobbie L. Horn

Associate Professor of EconomicsChapman Hall 240

Education and Degrees Earned

  • B.S.B.A. University of Tulsa 1971
  • Ph.D. Iowa State University 1986

Areas of Academic Specialty

  • History of Economic Thought
  • Monetary Economics

Previous Teaching Experience

  • University of Tulsa, Associate Professor (with tenure) 1991-present
  • University of Tulsa, Assistant Professor 1986-1990
  • University of Tulsa, Visiting Assistant Professor 1983-85
  • University of Texas-Austin, Instructor 1978-1982

Professional Affiliations

  • American Economic Association
  • History of Economics Society
  • Southern Economic Association

Courses Taught at TU

  • Principles of Economics I – Macro (ECON 2013)
  • Monetary Economics (ECON 3013)
  • History of Economic Theory (ECON 4053)
  • Senior Project (ECON 4973)

Awards & Recognition

  • 1992 College of Business Administration Mayo Research Excellence


  • Notes on the Sraffa-Hayek Exchange
    (with M. Lawlor) Review of Political Economy, 4.3 (1992), pp. 317-40.
  • Involuntary Unemployment Independent of the Labor Market
    (with W. Darity) Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, vol. IX, no. 2 (Winter 1988) pp.216-223.
  • Involuntary Unemployment Reconsidered
    (with W. Darity) Southern Economic Journal, January 1983.
  • The Loan Pushers: The Role of Commercial Banks in the International Debt Crisis
    Book, with W. Darity, Ballinger Press (Cambridge: Mass) 1988, with W. Darity, Ballinger Press (Cambridge: Mass) 1988.
  • Was Keynes A Chapter Two Keynesian?
    (with M. Lawlor and W. Darity) Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, vol. IX, no 4.(Summer 1987) pp. 506-523.