Professor of Economics
Department of Finance and Economics
Office: Business Center 409
Dr. Gerlowski is a professor of economics and has been a faculty member since 1987. He has served the Merrick School in a number of capacities including as associate dean and interim dean.
Refereed Journal Articles
Korb, P. J., Ford, D. A., & Gerlowski, D. A. (2011). Price Versus Interest Rate Expectations Effects on Home Buyer Decisions. The CPA Journal. 81(9), 46-49.
Gerlowski, D. A., Levy, D. T., Tauras, J., Bergman, J., & Compton, C. (2009). The Decision to Smoke and the Frequency of Smoking by Age and Gender. Journal of Applied Economics and Policy. 28(1), 1 - 19.
Brownstein, B. P., Brownstein, D. J., & Gerlowski, D. A. (2008). Web-Based vs. Face-to-Face MBA Classes: A Comparative Assessment Study. Journal of College Teaching and Learning. 5(11), 41-48.
Levy, D. T., & Gerlowski, D. A. (2008). Cigarette Purchase Patterns Among Older Smokers: Findings from the COMMIT Cohort. Open Health Services and Policy Journal. 1. 5-11..
Darling, T., & Gerlowski, D. A. Yes "The Goldilocks Dilemma: Openness and Transparency in Public Organization Budgets," Linthicum, MD. (2012).
Gerlowski, D. A., & D. T. Yes "The Goldilocks Dilemma: Openness and Transparency in Public Organization Budgets," Maryland Government Finance Officers Association, Linthicum, MD. (2012).