Condliffe honored with the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award
At West Chester University’s winter commencement in December, Simon Condliffe, professor of economics and finance, was awarded the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award for demonstrated excellence in teaching students.
Condliffe’s teaching interests are microeconomics, managerial economics for MBA students, business statistics, research methods, and the economics of health care. He has received awards at the University for excellence in advising and has been recognized by WCU’s Honors College as an outstanding faculty member.
His research interests include health care economics, microeconomics, regional economics and the economics of gambling. He has published papers in the American Economic Review, the Municipal Finance Journal, and in the Journal of Regulatory Economics on the topics of health economics, economic development, and environmental economics, respectively. Additionally, he has published in The Review of Regional Studies, Applied Economics Letters, and the UNLV Gaming Research and Review Journal.
Condliffe earned his doctoral and master of science degrees from the University of Delaware and his undergraduate degree from the University of Humberside, England.
Since 1961, the Lindback Foundation has made grants in support of the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award to colleges and universities primarily in the Greater Delaware Valley area.
Learn more about WCU’s economics and finance program.