Chuck Stull

Department of Economics

Kalamazoo College

Winter 2014 Classes:

Business Statistics (on Moodle) 2:40-3:55 MWF

Law and Economics 11:50-1:05 MWF

Office hours 10:30am -11:30am MWF or by appointment 

Spring classes will be:

Industrial Organization and Public Policy  

Economics for Global Travelers 


Kalamazoo Seasons: my blog about things to do outside Kalamazoo

Kalamazoo Basics , general information about the city of Kalamazoo [with links]

Outside Kalamazoo : hike, skate, bike, ski, or luge

Kalamazoo for Kids .

Frank Lloyd Wright in Kalamazoo

Kalamazoo wildflowers

Beyond Outside Online

A magazine of travel and more. Lots of links to outdoor and travel resources. Stories by me and some friends.




Good Eating




You are what you read

Don't miss: "Guns, Germs, and Steel" by Jared Diamond.
Diamond looks at culture, history, and technology through the lens of a biologist: "A Short History of Everybody for the Last 13,000 Years". This is the best of what interdisciplinary work can be. For a taste, read his essay for the Edge web salon.


Some good links

I was on leave for the 2006-7 academic year.  If you're interested you can see my Uruguay blog at:


K College Economics  News

more news links

car talk

Straight Dope Website

The Onion

Penn & Teller

Visit my brother's homepage and read about his studio and his CDs.

A collection of interesting links from Madison's "Isthmus"

My page on Web design links

My old class pages

Academic advising

Giving Effective Lectures : a webpage to accompany my Teaching Workshop presentation.

The Dreyden Press  (now part of Harcourt College Publishers which is now part of SouthWestern which is now part of Cengage) published the second edition of my book "Classroom Activities, Demonstrations, and Games for Principles of Economics" to accompany Mankiw's textbook.  In later editions, my material was incorporated into the Instructor’s Manual.

Kalamazoo College Department of Economics and Business 


Kalamazoo College Homepage

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