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John Stoll

John Stoll

MAC B306


John grew up as a “yooper” in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan from which he emigrated to southern locales. After receiving post-high school education in Wisconsin and Kentucky, he started his academic career at Texas A&M University as a Professor of Agricultural Economics with a joint appointment to the Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Sciences Department.... Read more »

Thomas Nesslein

Thomas Nesslein

Associate Professor
MAC B308

Fields of Interest

Political economy of the capitalist welfare state, especially relating to urban and housing policy issues.


Dr. Nesslein is the author of more than two dozen articles and book reviews published in Urban Studies, Kyklos, Journal of Regional Science, Urban Affairs Quarterly, Scandinavian Housing and Planning Research, the Encyclopedia... Read more »