Josh Beverly is currently an adjunct professor at Bethel University, where he teaches two sections of Principles of Economics and one section of Personal Finance.
Josh recently finished his Ph.D. in Economics from the Agricultural and Applied Economics Department at Virginia Tech. Josh’s research interests include labor economics, rural and regional economics, time series analysis and applied econometrics.
When free, he enjoys taking his dog for walks, watching movies, learning to play instruments, and working on projects around the house.
Labor Force Participation and Unemployment
Economically Distressed Regions
Vector Auto-regression/Vector Error Correction Dynamic Factor Models/Panel Regression
Modeling, Visualizations, Dashboards, Websites