James T. Little
Donald Danforth, Jr. Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Business and Senior Lecturer
Area of Expertise:
Business/Corporate Strategy, International Business, Management Strategy, Monetary Policy, Corporate Finance, Business/Corporate Strategy, Corporate Finance, International Business, Management Strategy, Monetary Policy
The study of the implications of globalization for corporate strategies, the economics of the European Union, and regulation of insurance companies.
- "Regulation of Life Insurer Market Conduct: Experience in Four Countries Alternative Approaches to Insurance Regulation", National Association of Insurance Commissioners, 1998
- "Business Restructuring in Response to the Single Market", 1994
- "Indirect Preferences", Journal of Economic Theory, 1979
- "Residential Preferences, Neighborhood Filtering, and Neighborhood Change", Journal of Urban Economics, 1976
- "Individual Choice When 'Objects' Have Ordinal Properties", Review of Economic Studies, 1975
- Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Millers First Insurance Companies
Professor Little enjoys French and Chinese history and jazz.
Professor Little joined the Washington University faculty in 1971 and served on the faculty of the Department of Economics until 1982, when he joined the faculty of the Olin School. From 1983-89, he served as associate dean for academic affairs. Professor Little also served as Academic Director of the Olin School's EMBA Program and directed the School's European Programs. Professor Little's extensive experience as a lecturer in executive programs includes two extended tours of China as a member of a U.S. team. His current research interests include the study of the implications of globalization for corporate strategies, the economics of the European Union, and regulation of insurance companies.
Phone: (314) 935-4564
PhD 1977, University of Minnesota
BS 1967, University of British Columbia