Jim Johnson's Homepage
Dr. Jim Johnson
Associate Professor of Economics
UBC Okanagan
3333 University Way
Kelowna BC V1V 1V7

Arts Building Office:
ART 232
(250) 807-9391

Faculty Association Office:
SSC 005
(250) 807-9241

2009-10 Academic Year Teaching Schedule

ECON 327 Term 1, Mon Wed Fri, 11:30-12:30,  ART 120
Recent Papers

Allan, L. and J. Johnson (2009) Undergraduate Attitudes Toward the Elderly: The Role of Knowledge, Contact and Aging Anxiety, Educational Gerontology, 1-14.

Allan, L., J. Johnson, and C. Szostak (2009) Understanding the Relationship between Identity Status, Identity Style, Academic Self-Efficacy and First Year Students’ Motivation to Attend University.
Jim Johnson studied Economics and Political Science at McMaster University, where he graduated with a Ph.D. in Economics in 1987. He  joined the Economics Department in 1989, when the university was known as Okanagan University College and currently holds the rank of Associate Professor. Previously he held academic positions at Wilfrid Laurier University, McMaster University, and the University of Saskatchewan.

His primary areas of research are Labour Economics and the Economics of Education.

He currently serves as the Chair of the Okanagan Faculty Committee of the UBC Faculty Association and a representative of a the joint faculties of the Okanagan Senate.