Dr. Keith Jakee
HonorsUniversity Award for Excellence and Innovation in Undergraduate Teaching (FAU)
Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Research Fellowship (Uppsala University, Sweden)
George Mason University Graduate School Doctoral Fellowship
State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship (four year full academic scholarship)
Publications• Kenneally, Martin, and Keith Jakee. 2012 (In Press). “Satellite Accounts of the Tourism Industry: Structure, Representation and Estimates for Ireland.” Tourism Economics.
• Jakee, Keith and Heath Spong. 2011. “The Normative Bias in Entrepreneurial Theory.” Division of Labour & Transaction Costs,3(2): 81–105.
• Jakee, Keith. 2011. “Overhauling Technical Handouts for Active Student Participation: A Model for Improving Lecture Efficiency and Increasing Attendance.” International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 23(1): 98–108.
• Fry, Tim, Keith Jakee, and Martin Kenneally. 2009. “How Safe are “Safe” Seats? A Comparison of Voluntary and Compulsory Voting Systems.” Brazilian Political Science Review, 3(2): 93–103 .
• Jakee, Keith, Martin Kenneally and Hamish Mitchell. 2009. “Asymmetries in Scheduling Slots Can Drive Asymmetries in Game-Day Revenues: An Example from the Australian Football League.” Sport Management Review, 13(1): 50–64.
• Jakee, Keith. 2007. Instructor’s Manual for David Colander’s Economics, 7th ed. Boston: McGraw Hill. 476 pages.
• Jakee, Keith and Guang-Zhen Sun. 2006 . “Is Compulsory Voting More Democratic?” Public Choice, 129(1–2/Oct.): 61–75.
• Jakee, Keith and Guang-Zhen Sun. 2005. “External Habit Formation and Dependency in the Welfare State.” European Journal of Political Economy, 21(1/Jan): 83–98 .
• Donnar, Ryan and Keith Jakee. 2004. “Australian Beer Wars and Pub Demand: How Vertical Restraints Improved the Drinking Experience.” Applied Economics, 36(4): 1613–1622.
• Donnar and Jakee appears (abridged) as case study, “Vertical Integration, Exclusive Dealing, and the Value of an Upscale Pub’s Amenities in Australia,” in Don Waldman and Elizabeth Jensen’s Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice (3rd ed.). 2007. Prentice Hall.
• Jakee, Keith and Heath Spong. 2003. “Praxeology, Entrepreneurship and the Market Process: A Review of Kirzner’s Contribution.” Journal of History of Economic Thought, 25(4/Dec): 461–486.
• Jakee, Keith and Heath Spong. 2003. “Uncertainty, Institutional Structure and the Entrepreneurial Process.” In S. Metcalfe and U. Cantner (eds.) Change, Transformation and Development. New York: Springer-Physica.
• Jakee, Keith and Stephen Turner. 2002. “The Welfare State as a Fiscal Commons: Problems of Incentives versus Problems of Cognition.” Public Finance Review, 30(6): 481–508.
• Jakee, Keith and Leonie Allen. 1998. “Destructive Competition, or Competition Destroyed? Regulatory Theory and the History of Irish Transportation Legislation.” European Journal of Law and Economics, 5(1): 13–50.
Papers Under Review
Published Review of ResearchWeller, Christian. 2005. “Sobering Economics: Review of Donnar and Jakee’s ‘Australian Beer Wars and Pub Demand (in Applied Economics, 2004).’” Foreign Policy, January/February 2005: 89-90. (Internet posting at foreignpolicy.com and keepmedia.com).
Conference Presentations• Ratio Colloquium on Knowledge and Policy Change, Stockholm, August 2011
“Economists in the Policymaking Process: Lessons from Sweden’s Financial Crisis.”
• Italian Association for the History of Political Economy Annual Conference, Trento, Italy “Modeling Scientific Revolutions.”
• School of Applied Social Studies, Univ. College Cork, Ireland “Modeling Scientific Revolutions.”
• International Sports Management Conference 2009, Lausanne, Switzerland
“An Empirical Analysis of Scheduling Slot Allocations in the Australian Football League.”
• International Western Economic Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada
“The Normative Bias in Entrepreneurial Theory”
• International History of Economic Thought Society, Duke University
“Entrepreneurship and Panglossian Bias”
• American Political Science Association, San Francisco
“Mandatory Voting: Some Theory and Evidence from Australia”
• International History of Economic Thought Society, Wake Forest
“Praxeology, Entrepreneurship and the Market Process: A Review of Kirzner’s Contribution”
• International Joseph Schumpeter Society Conference, Manchester, UK
“Institutional Structure and the Uncertain Entrepreneur”
• Australian Law & Economics Society, Univ. of Melbourne Law School
“Managing the Commons? An Analysis of the Welfare State’s Fiscal Institutions”
• International Western Economic Association, Lake Tahoe
“Managing the Commons? A Structural Analysis of the Welfare State”
• International History of Economic Thought Society, Montreal, Canada
“Headline Economics: An Analysis of the Swedish Economic Debate”
• International Joseph Schumpeter Society Conference, Vienna, Austria
“Adaptive Preferences and Welfare State Dynamics”
• European Law and Economics Society, Maastricht, Netherlands
“The Rise and Fall of the Swedish Miracle: Some Possible Links to Norms”
• Irish Economic Association, Cavan, Ireland
“Destructive Competition, or Competition Destroyed? Regulation & Irish Transport Legislation”
• Economic Analysis for Business: RMIT (Master’s)
• Applied Microeconomics (Master’s):Univ. of Michigan (teaching assistant: led reviews)