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Mark  Thompson - Augusta University. Augusta , GA, US

Mark Thompson

Professor of Economics & Associate Dean, Hull College of Business | Augusta University

Augusta , GA, UNITED STATES

Dr. Mark Thompson is an economist with highly accomplished work in business conditions, risk analysis, energy and the healthcare industry.

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Biography

As an economist, Thompson’s work on business conditions, risk analysis, energy, and the healthcare industry have been cited in various national and regional outlets. He serves on the editorial boards for the International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education and the Journal of Business Valuations and Economic Loss Analysis. Mark has also served as the State Economic Forecaster for Arkansas, where he provided economic and policy analysis to various state and local agencies.

Thompson received a doctoral degree in economics as well as a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Texas Tech University.

Areas of Expertise (4)

Economics Energy Healthcare Industry Risk Analysis

Affiliations (2)

  • Journal of Business Valuations and Economic Loss Analysis
  • International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education

Media Appearances (1)

How new overtime pay regulations could affect you

WJBF  tv

2016-06-03

More than 4 million U.S. workers will become eligible for overtime pay at the end of the year under new rules implemented by President Obama. However, Republicans and business groups see this as a small business killer.

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Articles (3)

Being mindful in your practice Journal of Medical Practice Management

2015

As physician practices function to deliver safe and low-risk patient care, they often are susceptible to unexpected events for which the consequences can be high. By acting mindfully, physicians can focus on better managing unexpected events as well as decreasing the risk of such an event.

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IT Contract Flexibility and Negotiator Incentives Managerial and Decision Economics

2015

Information Technology outsourcing contracts are plagued by inflexibility. We develop an economic model to explain how the contract negotiator's incentives influence contract flexibility.

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A momentum threshold model of stock prices and country risk ratings: Evidence from BRICS countries Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money

2013

We develop a multivariate momentum threshold autoregression (MTAR) model that examines the relationship between stock markets for each of the five BRICS countries - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - and changes in their economic, financial and political country risk ratings in response to positive and negative shocks.

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