Jason P. Imbrogno
Associate Professor, Economics
Dr. Jason Imbrogno is an associate professor of economics at The University of North Alabama (UNA). He began his academic career at UNA following his doctoral studies at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).
Dr. Imbrogno has previously worked on projects funded through grants from the Inter-American Development Bank (ATN/KK-11117-RS) and the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences (IES R305A070117, R305B090023, and R305D090016).
Dr. Imbrogno is or has been a member of the American Economic Association, Southern Economic Association, Association for Education Finance and Policy, American Education Research Association, and National Association of Forensic Economics. In addition to his M.S. and Ph.D. in Economics from CMU, Dr. Imbrogno also holds B.S. degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Economics from Johns Hopkins University.
Outside academia, Dr. Imbrogno officiates youth, high school, and college sports, including baseball, basketball, and flag football. He can often be found on local fields and courts throughout the year. He has a beautiful wife, Lindsey, two awesome dogs named Sugar and Spice, and three boys named William (age 3.5 as of September 2021), Nicholas (2), and David (0.5).
- Sports Analytics
- Program Evaluation
- Education Policy
- EDBA 861 - Becoming Data Smart
- EDBA 811 - Engaging w/ Applied Stat Lab
- MBA 601 - Foundations of Business Part 2
- MG 600 - Foundations of Business
- EC 499 - Independent Study-Practicum
- DA 460 - Techniques in Data Mining
- MA 345 - Applied Statistics I
- DA 291 - Statistical Process Control
- EC 252 - Principles of Microeconomics
- EC 251 - Principles of Macroeconomics
- FYE 101 - First-Year Experience Seminar
- Economics (PhD)
Carnegie Mellon University
- Economics (MS)
Carnegie Mellon University
- Biomedical Engineering/Economics (BS)
Johns Hopkins University
Selected Intellectual Contributions
- Jane Lincove, Jason Imbrogno, and Joshua Cowen. 2018. What's in Your Portfolio? How Parents Rank Traditional Public, Private, and Charter Schools in Post-Katrina New Orleans' Citywide System of School Choice. Education Finance and Policy
- Jason Imbrogno and Luis Quintero. 2017. Nature vs. Nurture vs. Nerd. Journal of Business, Industry and Economics
- Robert Armstrong and Jason Imbrogno. 2017. Risky Shift. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior.
- David Bergman and Jason Imbrogno. 2017. Surviving a National Football League Survivor Pool. Operations Research
- Dennis Epple, Jason Imbrogno, John Engberg, Holger Sieg, and Ron Zimmer. 2014. Evaluating Education Programs That Have Lotteried Admission and Selective Attrition. Journal of Labor Economics