Curriculum Vitae - Chris Geller
Christopher Roman Geller Academic Qualifications Ph.D. Georgia State University, Private Schools and Public Quality: An Analysis of the Effects of Private School Competition on Public School Performance, 2000. MA University of Georgia Household Economic Strategies of Fishermen’s Families in Gloucester NC, 1984. BA (General Honors and Honors in Anthropology) University of Georgia Three Techniques to Find the Volumes of Vessels from Sherds, 1982. Experience University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA Instructor, 2010 - 2013 Spelman College, Atlanta, GA, Part-time Instructor, 2010 Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, Senior Lecturer 2006 to 2008, Lecturer 1999-2005 (tenured 2002). Distance Educator 2008-2009, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, Instructor, 1997-1999. Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, Teaching/Research Assistant, 1993-1997. Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA, Instructor 1995-1996. Department of Family & Children’s Services, Atlanta, GA, Senior Caseworker, 1987-92. Washington University, St. Louis, MO, Instructor, 1985-1986. Publications “Work and Family: Seeking Solutions” in Australian Journal of Labour Law, 20:3, 2007 with K Lee Adams. “Insecure Participation: Experiments in a One-day Introduction to Economics” in Australian Journal of Economics Education, 3: 1&2, 2006. “Regulating at the Work-Life Boundary: Towards Re-Integrating the Household into Labour Market Policy” in Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation: Essays on the Construction, Constitution and Regulation of Labour Markets and Work Relationships, edited by Chris Arup et al. Federation Press 2006, with K. Lee Adams. “The Effect of Private School Competition on Public School Performance in Georgia, USA” in Public Finance Review34:1, 4-32, 2006, with David L. Sjoquist and Mary Beth Walker. “Single Transferable Vote with Borda Elimination: Proportional Representation, Moderation, Quasi-Chaos, and Stability” Electoral Studies 24:2 June 2005. “An experimental investigation of pure voting power” Geller, Christopher, 2004, An experimental investigation of pure voting power, in Selected papers from the 33rd Australian Conference of Economists, Sydney Sept. 27-30, 2004, Blackwell, Oxford, England, pp. 1-21, with Jamie Mustard, Jamie and Ranya Shahwan. “Flexible Schedules, Lower Pay and Women’s ‘Opportunities’ in Law” in QUT Law and Justice Journal, 1, 2 2001. “Racial Attitudes and Perceptions in Atlanta,” with Obie Clayton, Sahadeo Patram, Travis Patton, and David L. Sjoquist, chapter in The Atlanta Paradox: Race, Opportunity, and Inequality in a New Southern City. Ed. David L. Sjoquist. Russel Sage, NY. 2000.