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John W. Fuller

John W. Fuller Economics

Professor, Urban and Regional Planning

319-335-0038
john-w-fuller@uiowa.edu
340  Jessup Hall
The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242-1994

Academic History

  • PhD in Economics, Washington State University, 1968
  • AB in Economics, San Diego State University, 1962

Expertise

  • Finance and Regulation of Transport Sector
  • Transport Policy, Planning, and Analysis

        Conference Proceedings

        • Importance of Communicating Research Results in Information Requirements for Transportation Economic Analyslis, John W. Fuller, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., vol 21, 2000, 30-31
        • Information for Transportation Economic Analysis: State of the Art and Relevance for Decision Making in Information Requirements for Transportation Economic Analysis, John W. Fuller, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., vol 21, 2000, 30-31 & 93-96

              Current & Prior Positions

              • Professor, Departments of Economics and Geography and School of Urban and Regional Planning, The University of Iowa, August 1979 - Present
              • Director, Institute of Urban and Regional Planning, The University of Iowa, July 1979 - July 1983
              • Deputy Executive Director, National Transportation Policy Study Commission, June 1977 - September 1979
              • Lecturer, Graduate School of Business (part-time), University of Wisconsin, 1969 - 1977
              • Secretary, Wisconsin Highway Commission, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, April 1976 - July 1977
              • Director, Environmental and Policy Analysis Bureau, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, January 1975 - April 1976
              • Chief of Policy and Goal Analysis Section, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, March 1974 - 1975
              • Chief of Economic Analysis, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, August 1968 - March 1974
              • Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Washington State University, 1962 - 1968
              • Transport Economist (summers), Western Highway Institute, San Francisco, 1966 - 1967
              • Research Assistant, Industrial Organization (summer), Washington State University, 1964
              • Economist (summer), Bureau of Labor Statistics, San Francisco, 1963
              • Industrial Engineering Technician, Navy Department (summers), North Island Naval Air Station, San Diego, CA, 1959 - 1962