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Elyce Biddle

TEACHING ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND PROGRAM COORDINATOR - INDUSTRIAL AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Approved Graduate Faculty for Statler MS and PhD committees

Education
Ph.D. (Occupational Safety and Health-Economics Emphasis), West Virginia University, 2004
M.S. (Agricultural & Resource Economics), West Virginia University, 2001
B.A. (Economics), University of New Mexico, 1985

Research Interests

Business economics: costs of injury, business case methods
Behavioral economics: change theory, motivational factors, adoption theory
Healthcare: legislative effects, market characteristics, utilization
Surveillance: classification systems, data and system quality

Teaching Interests

Economic Aspects of Safety (SAFM 528)
Healthcare Industry Occupational Safety and Health
Loss Control and Recovery (SAFM 550)
Safety Legislation and Compliance (SAFM 505)

Special Interests

Safety management systems
Risk assessment
Business continuity
Prevention through Design (PtD)
Total worker health
Motor vehicle safety
Cochrane reviews

Professional Societies


American Industrial Hygiene Association
American Society of Safety Engineers
International Health Economics Association

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