Dr. Rosenbaum is the Associate Director of the Bureau of Business Research in the College of Business and teaches economics in the Raikes School. He earned his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After graduating, he joined the economics department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is currently a full professor. Dr. Rosenbaum has research interests in forensic economics, competition policy and cost benefit analysis. He has been Principle Investigator on a number of grants examining topics such as the impact of state administered energy efficiency programs, cost benefit analysis of early childhood education and an evaluation of the state’s Title IV-E waiver program. He has over 30 published articles in a variety of journals covering an interesting range of topics. Dr. Rosenbaum was also named the 2008 Nebraska Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation.