Dr. Patrick Dolenc received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Utah in 1995. He earned a B.S., in Political Science in 1986 and a BS in Economics, in 1987, both from the University of Utah.
Before coming to Keene State, Dr. Dolenc worked at the University of Utah. He came to KSC in 1991. He has also worked as an adjunct professor at Antioch New England Graduate School and a lecturer at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Bank of England, Bretton Woods System, Central Banking, Discount, Keynesian Economics, and Value Theory Encyclopedia of Capitalism, (2004)
Principles of Microeconomics, University of Utah Division of Continuing Education Manual, 72 pages, (September, 1999)
Book Review of Interest and Inflation Free Money: Creating an Exchange Medium That Works for Everybody and Protects the Earth (Kennedy and Kennedy, 1995), Ecological Economics 23 (2), 180-182 (November, 1997)
Book Review of Getting Down to Earth: Practical Applications of Ecological Economics (Costanza, et al, 1996), Journal of Economic Issues 31 (3), 870-872 (September, 1997)
The Monetary Determinants of (In)stability: Contrasts Dumenil/Levy andthe Post Keynesians, Review of Radical Political Economics, 26 (3), 66-75 (September, 1994) co-author: Johan Deprez