Dr. Martin Gritsch
Office: VRB 3046
Office Hours: by appointment
Department: Economics, Finance and GlobalBus
Position: Professor of Economics and Director of AACSB Continuous Improvement
Area Specialization: Labor Economics, Immigration, Education, Executive Compensation, Taxation, Sports Economics
Ph.D. (Economics) Texas A&M University, 2000
Diplom-Volkswirt, University of Siegen, Germany, 1995
Representative Publications and Presentations
Refereed Journal Articles
Gritsch, M., Snyder, T. C. (2016). Should Baseball Managers Consider a Pitcher's Size Evidence From Recent Major League Baseball Data Regarding Size and Performance. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research, 7(2), 10.
Gritsch, M., Mir, R. A., Mir, A. H., Kashyap, R. K. (2015). Managing Knowledge in the Age of Global Capital. Academy of Strategic Management Journal, 14(2), 129-140.
Gritsch, M., Snyder, T. C. (2009). Exploring Options: Did the 1993 Omnibus Act Alter Executive Compensation and Reduce Tax Revenue? International Journal of Global Business and Economics, 2(2), 116-122.
Gritsch, M., Mir, R. A., Mir, A. H., Kashyap, R. K. (2015). Managing Knowledge in the Age of Global Capital (1st ed., vol. 14, pp. 10-14). Proceedings of the Academy of Strategic Management.
Gritsch, M. (2015). The Returns to Education: Lessons from the Past Five Decades (2nd ed., vol. 18, pp. 2). Allied Academies 2015 Fall International Conference.
Gritsch, M. (2014). A Look at the Rate of Return to Education: The Role of Education from Abroad, Immigration Status, and English Language Skills (vol. 41, pp. 178-180). Northeast Business & Economics Association.
Snyder, T. C., Gritsch, M. (2014). Does a Pitcher's Height and Weight Impact Performance: Evidence from Recent Major League Baseball Data. The Society of Business, Industry, and Economics 16th Annual Conference.
Gritsch, M. (2009). Electronic Copies vs. Hard Copies: An Unhappy Medium? (2nd ed., vol. 13, pp. 27-31). Allied Academics 2009 Fall International Conference.
Snyder, T. C., Gritsch, M. (2009). Exploring Options: Did the 1993 Omnibus Act Alter Executive Compensation and Reduce Tax Revenue. The International Conference of the Global Business Development Institute (GBDI), Papers and Proceedings.