Robert Bruhl

Clinical Associate Professor

Ph.D. University of Illinois in Chicago
M.B.A University of Chicago, 1982
M.S., Computer and Communication Sciences, University of Michigan, 1980

Fields of Interest
American Government, Legislative Politics, Voting and Elections, Economics, Economic Historical Analysis, Public Policy Analysis, Statistics, Research Methods, Strategic Analysis, Leadership, Group Decision Making

Selected Publications/Presentations:
"Some Laboratory Observations on the Distributional Aspects of Decision-Making in Small Committees," Western Economics Association International Annual Meeting, 2009

"Some Observations on the 2008 Presidential Elections." January Meeting of the Meeting of the State University Annuitants of Illinois, 2009

"Economic Factors in U.S. Presidential Election Outcomes," Western Economics Association International Annual Meeting, 2007

"A Possible Solution to the Principal-Agent Problem Posed by the Contemporary CEO," Journal of Business Ethics December 2003

"Committee Decisions under Majority Rule: Some New Experimental Observations." Midwest Political Science Association, 2001

Works in Progress:
Understanding Statistcal Analysis.  A text emphasizing the reasoning behind statistical analysis

Understanding the American Government. A text focusing n the social, historical, and economic aspects of the American polity, with a special emphasis on policy formation. 

Selected Activities and Honors:
Finalist, Silver Circle Teaching Award, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2004, 2005, and 2009. 
Finalist, UIC Flame Award for Teaching Excellence, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2002. 
University Fellowship, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1996 and 1997. 
American Political Science Association Travel Award, 1996 Annual Meeting. 

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Contact Information

Office Phone: (312) 413-3775
Fax: (312) 413-0440