Erica Johnson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Economics

Professor Johnson enjoys teaching economics and exploring what economic models can tell us about real life situations and human behavior. Her research is in the areas of environmental and health economics.

Erica Johnson

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Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D. Economics, University of Oregon, 2009

M.S. Economics, University of Oregon, 2005

B.A. Economics and Spanish, University of Montana, 1999


  • "Towards a Working Profile of Medical Bankruptcy" with Donald D. Hackney and Daniel L. Friesner. Forthcoming in Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning.
  • "Did the Time Frame Associated with the Implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Noticeably Impact Consumer Bankruptcy Filings?" with Donald D. Hackney and Daniel L. Friesner. Forthcoming in International Journal of Social Economics.
  • Hackney, Donald D., Daniel L. Friesner, & Erica H. Johnson (2016). What is the Actual Prevalence of Medical Bankruptcies? International Journal of Social Economics, 43 (12), 1284-1299.
  • Henrickson, Kevin E. and Erica H. Johnson (2015) "Jesuit Values, Environmental Sustainability and Businesses Core Curriculum" Journal of Jesuit Business Education, 6(1), pp. 101-116.
  • Henrickson, Kevin E. and Erica H. Johnson (2013) "The Demand for Spatially Complementary National Parks" Land Economics, 89 (2), pp. 330-345.
  • Cameron, Trudy Ann, J. R. DeShazo and Erica H. Johnson. (2011) "Scenario adjustment in stated preference research" Journal of Choice Modelling, 4(1), pp. 9-43.
  • Cameron, Trudy Ann, J. R. DeShazo and Erica H. Johnson. (2010) "The Effect of Children on Adult Demands for Health-Risk Reductions," Journal of Health Economics, 29(3), pp. 364-376.
  • Henrickson, Kevin E., Ashish Thatte and Erica H. Johnson (2009) "Factors Influencing the Intensity of Mass Customization and the Effects on Competitive Trade-offs" International Journal of Business Strategy, 9(2), pp. 58-68.