Bill Holahan, Ph.D.
William L. Holahan is emeritus professor of economics at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, with a Ph.D. in economics from Brown University. He served many years as chair of the UWM Economics Department as well as associate director of UWM’s Center on Economic Education. The topics of his academic research include social security, spatial pricing, location theory, urban sprawl, negative income tax, environmental taxes, and baseball labor contracts. He co-authored textbooks on intermediate economics and managerial economics, and co-authored Economics for Voters. His teaching has been recognized with four UWM teaching awards.