B.A., University of Colorado at Boulder
M.A., University of Colorado at Boulder
Ph.D., Stanford University
Teaching and Scholarly Interests
AVPAA Pannell's research in economic history focuses on business ethics, employment
practices and the rise of consumerism in the early 20th century. In
addition to a range of economics courses, she has taught first-year
seminars “Women and Work” and “Technology, Ethics and Health Economics.”
Her current research interest provides a feminist perspective on the economic and ethical causes and
effects of women’s migrant domestic labor.
"Policy Gaps and Theory Gaps: Women and Migrant Domestic Labor." Co-authored with M. Altman. Published in Feminist Economics, vol. 18, number 2, April 2012, pp. 291-315.
"Can Pen-Based Computing Enhance Graph Construction and Comprehension in the Introductory Economics Classroom?" Co-authored with M. Dixon and M. Villinski. Published in The Impact of Tablet PCs and Pen-based Technology on Education: Beyond the Tipping Point. Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, IN, 2007.