Joshua Long

Joshua Long, Associate Professor, Economics

Associate Professor, Economics

Phone: 260.422.5561, ext. 2433

Cell Phone: N/A

Email: jjlong@indianatech.edu

Office: Cunningham Business Center, 215A


Office Hours:

Spring 2018 Semester

  • Monday: 9-11am
  • Wednesday: 10am-12pm, 1-3pm
  • Friday: 9-11am
  • Other times are available by appointment.

Class Information

Spring 2018

  • ECON 2200 Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2210 Microeconomics
  • MBA 5120 Managerial Economics
  • OLHE 7005 Managing Financial Performance and Accounting


College/School

College of Business


Academic Advisor Roles

Sport Management


Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D., Capella University
  • M.A., Walsh College
  • M.B.A., Indiana Institute of Technology
  • B.A., Wadhams Hall College
  • A.A., Christendom College

Professional Experience

Dr. Long has served as Associate Professor of Economics at Indiana Tech since the fall of 2013; currently he also serves as the faculty lead for the Department of Accounting, Financial Services, and Economics within the College of Business.

He served as the Interim Dean of the College of Business between January-June 2017.


Selected Publications/Presentations

Long, J. (2017, October 21).  Market interventions by central banks: An international perspective.  Lecture presented at the Economic Outlook Symposium, University of Detroit-Mercy, Clinton Township, MI

Long, J. (2017, February 25).  The balance sheet of the Federal Reserve, exit strategies, and outlook.  Lecture and paper presented at the Economic Outlook Symposium, University of Detroit-Mercy, Clinton Township, MI.

Long, J. (2015, November 21).  Update on monetary policy actions for 2015.  Lecture presented at the Economics Symposium, University of Detroit-Mercy, Clinton Township, MI.

Long, J. (2014, October 18). Recent trends in the money supply and economic growth. Lecture presented at the Economics Symposium, University of Detroit-Mercy, Clinton Township, MI.

Long, J. (2014, April 12). The aftermath of the bubble. Lecture presented at the Economics Symposium, University of Detroit-Mercy, Clinton Township, MI.

Long, J. & Zimmerman, J. (2014, March 2014). Now and the future: The use of free, short online games for principles economics courses. Presentation at Kentucky-Norton Economics Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.


Additional Information

President, Back 40 Flying Club

Vice President, Ten-Ten International Net, Inc.

Life Member, American Radio Relay League

Life Member, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association