Joseph Sulock, PhD

Professor Emeritus
155 Karpen Hall, CPO 2110

Dr. Sulock received his B.S. from St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia and his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. His research interests include economic education, real estate and the political manipulation of the economy. He has been a consultant to individuals, businesses and government. His research has appeared in a number of journals including Public Finance Quarterly and the Review of Education and Economics. A recipient of a National Science Foundation grant, his most recent work, Cases in Finance, is published by John Wiley as part of its Series in Finance. Dr. Sulock is a member of Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church and the Association of Christian Economists. He strongly believes that the collegiate experience extends beyond the classroom into the community. He served as an advisor to two student groups involved in local service, the Mud 500 Club and Hands Across Asheville. In addition, he served as faculty advisor to ODE -- the economics honorary society. An aging rocker, Dr. Sulock's hobbies include listening to 60's music. He also enjoys hiking and golf (though he dislike's sand traps!). Dr. Sulock taught a variety of courses including public finance, the first and second managerial finance courses, the senior research seminar and an exotic (but practical) subject called econometrics. His favorite course, though, was introductory microeconomics.


B.S., St. Joseph's College
Ph.D., University of Virginia

Past Courses Taught

  • ECON 230 Sports and Economics
  • ECON 306 Managerial Finance
  • ECON 310 Public Finance
  • ECON 365 Econometrics
  • ECON 367 Statistical Proofs in Economics and Finance
  • ECON 406 Seminar in Financial Economics