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Frank Goetzke

Frank Goetzke, PhD

Associate Professor of Urban and Public Affairs

Frank Goetzke’s research interests are in Urban and Regional Economics, Applied Microeconomics and Econometrics, Spatial Econometrics, Transportation Planning and Environmental Policy. Past and current research topics include: Migration modeling, hedonic housing and wage modeling, amenities valuation, mode choice models with social interactions, highway safety, congestion pricing, equity in transportation, automobile ownership, walking and bicycling, global warming and transportation, as well as air quality and environmental justice. He teaches Statistics for Public Affairs, Economics for Public Affairs, Urban Economics and Urban Transportation Planning.

Educational Background

Ph.D. in Economics, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, 2006

M.A. in Energy and Environmental Studies, Boston University, Boston, MA, 1996

B.A. in Political Science and Biology, University of Bremen, Germany, 1991

Course Syllabi

PADM 500/PLAN 500 Economics for Public Affairs

PADM 601/PLAN 602 Statistics for Public Affairs

PADM 640 Urban Economics

PLAN 624/UPA 690 Urban Transportation


Curriculum Vita


Contact Info

Office:     Urban Studies Institute, Room 214
Phone:     (502) 852-8256
Email:     Click Here

Mailing Address:    
Department of Urban and Public Affairs
University of Louisville
426 W. Bloom Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40208
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