Janine Lynn Flathmann Wilson

Janine Wilson Portrait

Position Title
Associate Professor of Teaching Economics

1135 SSH


  • Ph.D., Economics, University of California, Davis, 2004
  • M.A., Economics, University of California, Davis, 2000
  • B.A., Honors Economics, University of California, San Diego, 1997
  • Certificate of Political Studies, University of Lyon II, France, 1996


Janine Lynn Flathmann Wilson is an Associate Professor of Teaching Economics. She serves as the Undergraduate Chair to the Department of Economics and Advisor to both the Undergraduate Womxn in Economics Society "UWIES" and the Department of Economics Collective "DEC"

Research Focus

Professor Wilson's research is primarily focused on the impact of hybrid and online teaching on student success.


  • Wilson, J.L.F. "Using Backward Design to create a more Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive Principles Course " (forthcoming).
  • Wilson, J.L.F., and D. Stimel. "Practicing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Assessing Winners and Losers when a Course Moves Online " (forthcoming).
  • Wilson, J.L.F., and D. Stimel. "Finding a Simple Solution to the Problem of Student Evaluations: An Index of Traditional Evaluation Questions” (forthcoming).
  • Wilson, J.L.F., D. Stimel and S. Ghosh. "Hybrid vs Traditional: Student Performance Differences in an Economic Development Course” (ongoing).
  • Wilson, J. L. F., and S. Sheffrin. "Understanding Surveys of Taxpayer Honesty." FinanzArchiv 61.2 (June 2005).
  • Wilson, J. L. F., and A. Taylor. "International Trade and Finance: Complementaries in the United Kingdom 1870–1913 and the United States 1920–30." Journal of International Money and Finance 30 (February 2011).
  • Wilson, J. L. F. "Attracting FDI in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former USSR" (manuscript, in progress).
  • Wilson, J. L. F. "Host Country Location Choice of Foreign Investors" (manuscript, in progress).


Janine Lynn Flathmann Wilson teaches courses in labor economics, economic history, economic development, public finance and principles of microeconomics.


  • UC Davis College of Letters and Science Teaching Award, 2018
  • Provost's Hybrid Course Award, UC Davis, 2015
  • Nominated for the Excellence in Education Award presented by the ASUCD Academic Affairs Commission, 2007, 2010 and 2012