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Jeremy A Arkes

Phone: (831) 656-2646
Education
  • PhD - University of Wisconsin-Madison 1997
    Major: Economics
NPS Experience
  • 2014 - current: Associate Professor
  • 2007 - 2014: Assistant Professor
Other Experience
  • 2000 - 2007 Economist, RAND Corporation
  • 1997 - 2000 Research Analyst, The Center for Naval Analyses
Research Interests
Military Manpower
Substance Abuse
Teenage Fertility
Teaching Interests
Military Manpower, Economics, Statistics, Substance Abuse, Teenage Fertility

Scholarly Work

Publications
  • Journal Article
  • Stone, D., & Arkes, J. A, Reference Points, Prospect Theory, and Momentum on the PGA Tour. Journal of Sports Economics, 5(17), 453-482.
  • Arkes, J. A, The hot hand vs. cold hand on the PGA tour. International Journal of Sport Finance, 2(11).
  • Stone, D., & Arkes, J. A, (2018). MARCH MADNESS? UNDERREACTION TO HOT AND COLD HANDS IN NCAA BASKETBALL. Economic Inquiry.
  • Arkes, J. A, (2018). Separating the harmful vs. beneficial effects of marital disruptions on children. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 7(58), 526-541.
  • Arkes, J. A, (2018). Empirical biases and some remedies in estimating the effects of selective reenlistment bonuses on reenlistment rates. Defence and Peace Economics, 5(29), 475-502.
  • Shen, Y., Arkes, J. A., & Lester, P, (2017). Association Between Baseline Psychological Attributes and Post-Deployment Mental Health Outcomes in the U.S. Army. BMC Psychology.
  • Cunha, J., Arkes, J. A., Lester, P. B., & Shen, Y, (2015). Employee retention and psychological health: evidence from military recruits. Applied Economics Letters, 18(22), 1505–1510.
  • Arkes, J. A., & Cunha, J, (2015). Workplace goals and output quality: evidence from time-constrained recruiting goals in the US navy. Defence and Peace Economics, 5(26), 491–515.
  • Arkes, J. A., & Shen, Y, (2014). For better or for worse, but what about a recession?2(32), 275-287.
  • Arkes, J. A., MacDonald, J., Nicosia, N., & Pacula, R. L, (2014). Decomposing Racial Disparities in Prison and Drug Treatment Commitments for Criminal Offenders in California. Journal of Legal Studies, (43), 155-187.
  • Shen, Y., Arkes, J. A., & Williams, T. V, (2012). Effects of Iraq/Afghanistan deployments on major depression and substance use disorder: analysis of active duty personnel in the US military. American journal of public health, (102 Suppl 1), S80-7.
  • Shen, Y., Arkes, J. A., Kwan, B. W., Tan, L. Y., & Williams, T. V, (2010). Effects of Iraq/Afghanistan deployments on PTSD diagnoses for still active personnel in all four services. Military medicine, 10(175), 763-9.
  • Shen, Y., Arkes, J. A., & Pilgrim, J, (2009). The effects of deployment intensity on post-traumatic stress disorder: 2002-2006. Military medicine, 3(174), 217-23.