Dr. Jeremy Thornton, Assistant Professor, Brock School of Business
Dr. Thornton teaches microeconomic theory, development economics, social enterprise, and game theory. Previously, he was the Director of Economic Development at Go International, where he facilitated the design microenterprise and anti-poverty programs for civil society organizations in developing countries. With graduate degrees from Eastern University and the University of Kentucky (Ph.D.), Dr. Thornton has examined philanthropic giving and the influence of market competition and governance on nonprofit organizations. His articles appear in Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Applied Economics, Faith & Economics, and Journal of Personal Finance.