​Kevin Neuman, Ph.D.

Kevin Neuman
Associate Dean, College of Professional Studies
Head, School of Business and Economics
SBE Representative to the Business Advisory Council
Professor of Economics

424 CPS


  • 2014 Excellence in Scholarship, UWSP School of Business and Economics
  • 2012 Best Paper Award, McGraw Hill/Irwin Academy of Business Economics, McGraw Hill/Irwin Academy

Courses Taught

  • ECON 110: Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 200: Principles of Economics
  • ECON 345: Labor Economics
  • ECON 346: Collective Bargaining
  • ECON 450: Seminar in Applied Economics
  • ECON 499: Special Work
  • BUS 100: Introduction to Business
  • BUS 770: Analysis of Economic Development in Wisconsin


  • Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
    • Economics
  • M.A., University of Notre Dame
    • Economics
  • B.A., UW-Eau Claire
    • Economics and Spanish


Teaching Experience:

  • Professor, UW-Stevens Point (August 2015-Present)
  • Associate Professor, UW-Stevens Point
  • Assistant Professor, Drew University
Research Interests:
  • Labor Economics  
  • Economics of Aging  
  • Applied Microeconomics

Select Publications

  • Neuman, K., & Wallace, H. S. (2018). Do defined benefit pensions create monopsony power? Evidence from the academic labor market. Journal of Economics & Economic Education Research, 19(1), 1-18.
  • Neuman, K. (2014). The effect of job characteristics on job satisfaction in the United States and China. Journal of Economics & Economic Education Research, 15(2).


  • Committee Chair, Economics Search and Screen Committee-Monetary or Financial Economist (August 2015-Present)
  • Committee Member, Admissions Committee (September 2010-Present)
  • Committee Member, Curriculum Committee (September 2010-Present)