Assistant Professor of Economics
Office Location: Hoover 133
Office Hours: By appointment
Nate Peach joined George Fox in 2011 as an assistant professor of economics. Prior to this he served as an instructor and graduate teaching assistant in the economics department at Colorado State University. Nate holds a master's degree in economics and doctor of philosophy from the same institution (2007 and 2011). His bachelor's degree is in international business from Messiah College (2000). His research explores questions of sustainability and economic growth. In Nate's free time he enjoys rock climbing, traveling and biking. He is also actively searching for the world's best donut. Nate lives in Newberg with his wife, Meagan, and two children, Jed and Sarah.
Professor Peach Teaches:
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Intermediate Microeconomics
- Intermediate Macroeconomics
- Economics for Managerial Decision-making
- PhD Colorado State University in Economics
- MA Colorado State University in Economics
- BS Messiah College in International Business
- Interaction of energy consumption and economic growth for states in the United States
- The relationship between governance, national savings and resource manaagement in energy-rich nations
- Regional impacts of greenhouse gas regulation
- Forecasting local housing supply
- Quantifying how local amenities influence housing values
- 2011 Review of the book, Generous justice: How God's grace makes us just. Faith & Economics, 57, 73-76.2011.
- 2011 Review of the book, The poor will be glad: Joining the revolution to lift the world out of poverty. Faith & Economics, 55, 70-73.
- Peach, N. (November 2010). "Energy and Economic Growth: A State-Level Analysis." North American Regional Science Council in Denver, CO.