- Jeremy Arkes
Graduate School of Business and Public Policy
Monterey, CA 93943
Email: jaarkes (at) nps.edu
PhD - University of Wisconsin, 1997
BA - Georgetown University, 1990
- Sept 2007 - present, Associate Professor of Economics
- 2000 - 2007: Economist, RAND Corporation
1997 - 2000: Research Analyst, The Center for Naval Analyses
- Military Manpower, Economics, Statistics, Substance Abuse, Teenage Fertility
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: (View an extended list)
- Military Manpower
- Shen, Y., Arkes, J., Williams, T.V. “Effects of Iraq/Afghanistan Deployments on Major Depression and Substance Use Disorder: Analysis of Active Duty Personnel in US Military,” American Journal of Public Health (2012), 102(Supplemental), S80-S87.
Arkes, J., “Recessions and the Participation of Youth in the Selling and Use of Illicit Drugs,” Special Issue for International Journal of Drug Policy (2011), 22(5), 335-40.
Arkes, J., “Do Gamblers Correctly Price Momentum in the NBA Betting Markets?” Journal of Prediction Markets (2011), 5(1), pp. 31-50.
Arkes, J., “Is Controlling the Rushing or Passing Game the Key to NFL Victories?” The Sport Journal (2011), Volume 14.
Arkes, J. (2010) "Revisiting the Hot Hand Theory with Free Throw Data in a Multivariate Framework," Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports: Vol. 6 : Iss. 1, Article 2.
Arkes, J., “Using State Unemployment Rates as an Instrument to Estimate the Returns to Schooling,” Southern Economic Journal (January 2010).
Arkes, J., “Does the Economy Affect Teenage Drug Use?” Health Economics 16(1), (2007).