Dr. Steven E. Rhoads


Dr. Steven E. Rhoads
Professor of Politics  

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More articles by Dr. Rhoads are available at the website for his new book, Taking Sex Differences Seriously.

"Gender Roles and Infant/Toddler Care: The Special Case of Tenure Track Faculty" (Word )

"The Case Against Androgynous Marriage," The American Enterprise, September/October 1999.

"Marginalism," The Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics (1993). Reprinted in Environmental Economics and Policy, Pacific Research, 1998.

"Marginalism," The Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics (1993).

"Would Decentralized Comparable Worth Work: The Case of the United Kingdom." Regulation: No. 3 (1993).

"A Strategy to Boost Women's Wages Goes Awry," The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 11, 1993.

"Many Worker's Hurt By Pay Equity Politics," Saint Paul Pioneer Press June 15, 1993.

"Pay Equity Won't Go Away," Across the Board July/August 1993. Reprinted as "Comparable Worth Policies Are Ineffective," in Work: Opposing Viewpoints, David Bender and Bruno Leone, Eds. (Greenhaven, 1994).

"Economists on Tastes and Preferences," in James Nichols, ed., From Political Economy to Economics... and Back? (Institute for Contemporary Studies, 1990).

"How to Sin Away the Deficit," The New York Times, December 10, 1988. Reprinted in the Houston Chronicle and various other newspapers.

"Voodoo Economics: Part II," The Journal of Commerce, October 14, 1988.

"Presidential Economics in 1989," The Global Asset Manager, Credit Suisse, Summer 1988.

"Social Experiments and the Habitual Force of Law", The Journal of Public Policy: No. I (January 1987).

"Kind Hearts and Opportunity Costs," Across the Board, December 1985. Reprinted as the lead article in the following Dushkin readers: Annual Editions: Economics 1988; Annual Editions: Economics 1993/1994; Annual Editions: Economics 1995/1996, Annual Editions: Micro Economics 1991/1992.

"Do Economists Overemphasize Monetary Benefits?" The Public Administration Review, November/December 1985.

"Distinguishing Private from Public Benefits: A Guide to Library Resource Allocation," The Virginia Librarian, March/April 1984.

"Economists and Public Policy Analysis," Public Administration Review, March/April 1978. Reprinted in F. Mosher and R. Stillman, The Professions of Government (Transaction Books, 1982) and in John Tropman, ed., Strategic Horizons on Social Policy (Pergamon, 1991).

"How Much Should We Spend to Save a Life?" The Public Interest, Spring 1978. Reprinted in Lee Sechrest, ed., Evaluation Studies Review Annual, 1979 (Sage).

"The McGovern Party Reforms," July 5, 1972, Charlottesville Daily Progress, Roanoke Times, Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, and the Lynchburg News.