American University of Nigeria
Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara. Dr. John Leonard earned his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at Oregon State University and his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has taught in the United States at Louisiana State University and Villanova University, in Asia at Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research and in Europe at the American University in Bosnia and Herzegovina and now the American University of Nigeria. He has published refereed journal articles in Europe (APPLIED ECONOMICS), US (EASTERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL), Asia (INDIAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL) and Australia (JOURNAL OF NEW BUSINESS IDEAS AND TRENDS).
Quantitative industrial organizations; Sports labor economics Active Research: Sustainable Economic Development: the Case of Nigeria Economic Analysis of Biofuels with an Application to Trinidad External Costs of Internal Problems, Application to Professional Basketball Bifurcations of Conflict
"A Note on Optimality and Efficiency," INDIAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL, vol. 37, April 1990, pp. 129-132
"An Investigation into the Monopsonistic Market Structure of Division One NCAA Football and Its Effect on College Football Players," EASTERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL, vol. 10, October 1984, pp. 455-467 (Co-authored with Joe Prinzinger)
“A Limit Pricing Model for US Computer Industry: An Application," APPLIED ECONOMICS, vol. 15, June 1983, pp. 297-308 (co-authored with Jati Sengupta and James Vanyo)