1994 Framingham State University, B.A.
1997 University of Connecticut, M.A.
2000 University of Connecticut, Ph.D.
Courses TaughtIntermediate Microeconomics
Economics for Business Leaders
Foundational Economics for Managers
Career SpecialtiesBrian Kench specializes in behavioral and experimental economics,
economics of organizations and microeconomics. He offers his consulting
services in the areas of economic impact analysis and economic damages. He also
provides quarterly economic updates for businesses and organizations.
Professional and Community Activities:
Kench is the editor of The Tampa Bay Economy, a biannual publication of the Sykes College of Business, and co-director of the Adam Smith Society (UT's economics honor society). Kench is a member of the American Economic Association and the Economic Science Association.
“Of Altruists & Thieves” (with Neil
Niman), Eastern Economic Journal,
2010, 36(3): 317-343.
“Let’s Get Physical! Or
Financial? A Study of Electricity
Transmission Rights,” Journal of
Regulatory Economics, (2004), 25(2): 187-213.