Staff & Fellow Profiles

Kyle Kopplin, PhD

Kyle A. Kopplin is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Black Hills State University (BHSU), where he has been since 2023 after receiving his PhD in Economics from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln (UNL). Kopplin is an alumnus of Augustana where he received a BA in Economics and also has an MS in Economics from South Dakota State University.

At BHSU, Kopplin consistently offers courses in Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory, Managerial Economics at the undergrad and MBA level, and Principles of Macroeconomics. Previously, he also taught Economic Growth and Development at BHSU. While at UNL, he taught Analytical Methods of Economics and Business at the PhD level, Statistics, Principles of Macroeconomics, and Principles of Microeconomics. His research focuses on residential sorting, house prices, property taxes, and information networks that regularly involves interactions with agencies like the US Census Bureau. Additionally, he has served as the Co-Coordinator for the BHSU Center for Economic Education.