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UNLV CBER The Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) was established in 1975 at the UNLV Lee Business School. CBER conducts applied and data driven research to assist business, government, and the community at large. CBER is a public resource that seeks to extend the benefits of UNLV’s expertise in research throughout the State of Nevada and the United States.
William (Bill) Robinson William J. Robinson is an assistant professor of economics at the Lee School of Business at UNLV. His expertise extends from economics into the realm of technology and computing. He was previously director of academic computing for the office of the provost at UNLV, and held similar positions at California State University San Marcos and the UCCSN chancellor’s office. His academic interests include the economics of the internet, higher education, and sports. His research includes an analysis of the effectiveness of exams as assessment tools as well as the Las Vegas gaming economy.
CK Miller C.K. Miller is a Visiting Lecturer within the Department of Economics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

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