Brock Stoddard is an assistant professor at USD. He received his undergraduate degree in economics from BYU-Idaho and his PhD in economics from Indiana University. He and his wife, McKenzie, live in Vermillion with their two boys, Crue and Beckett.
Experimental Economics, Game Theory, Industrial Organization
Experimental and Behavioral Economics, Public Goods, Common-Pool Resources, Allocation Mechanisms, Uncertainty, Information, and Contests
- Ph D, Economics, Indiana University, 2013
- MA, Economics, Indiana University, 2011
- BA, Economics, Brigham Young Univeristy-Idaho, 2008
- Framing in a Laboratory Experiment, Beacom Opportunity Fund, (2013 - 2013)
- Stoddard, B. V. (2014, October). Voluntary Provision of Common-Property Resources with Alternative Endogenous Allocation Rules. Presented at the North American Economic Science Association 2014, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
- Stoddard, B. V. (2014, July). Framing and Feedback in Social Dilemmas with Partners and Strangers. Presented at the Annual Conference for the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics, Tahoe, NV.
- Stoddard, B. (2013, October). Uncertainty in Payoff-Equivalent Appropriation and Provision Games. Presented at the North American ESA Conference 2013, Santa Cruz, CA.