Wilfrid W. Csaplar, Jr. Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
Physical and Computational Sciences
Richardson Hall, Room 22
Dr. Csaplar came to Bethany in 2002. He has taught a wide variety of courses, including 18 different courses at Bethany. Most of his teaching is related to Macroeconomics, but his research is predominately in Economic Development and International Trade.
His publication, “The Optimal Incentive Income Distribution” is being revised to be submitted for publication.
I loved traveling abroad and I loved Mathematics. International Economics combined the two loves.
B.A., Swarthmore College (1979-1983)
Ph.D., Duke University (1983-1989)
Areas of Passion & Research
International Economics, Economic Development, Income inequality
Wide variety of unusual blends of music.
Favorite Quote, Book, or Movie … Why?
“An economist is an expert who will know tomorrow why the things he predicted yesterday didn’t happen today.” ― Laurence J. Peter
Lived in Egypt for two years.
Was a volunteer fire fighter for more than a decade.