Richard D. Coe
Professor of Economics
M.A., J.D., Ph.D., University of Michigan
Professor Coe teaches introduction to economic analysis, as well as upper-level courses in law and economics, poverty and redistributive policy, and government expenditures and taxation. He has published several articles on poverty and welfare programs, and is currently researching topics regarding the interrelationship between the legal and economic systems, particularly with respect to the dividing line between public and private interests.