- M.A. Economics, Rutgers University
- B.A. History, SUNY at Purchase
- Introduction to Macroeconomics
- Introduction to Microeconomics
- Issues in Environmental Science (a team-taught science course that integrates economics and ecology)
- Published a column in the Fall issue of the NJ Sierran
- Guest lecture to a Rutgers Physics class on "Applying the Entropy Law to Economics"
Author of Living Better, Working Less: The Outcome of Environmental Progress
Articles and Essays by Dan Aronson
I have followed Professor Aronson's work for some time. I think that his "Living Better, Working Less: The Outcome of Environmental Progress" is one of the best treatments of the topics that I have seen in a while. He is the only writer so far to see the link between shorter hours and questions of the environment - at least on this side of the Atlantic.
— Benjamin K. Hunnicutt author of Work Without End and Kellogg's Six-Hour Day
We recommend this essay for anyone interested either in economic policies which can facilitate reduced work-time, especially withour loss in pay; or in the links between work-time and environmantal issues. Aronson writes in a popular style, making technical economic concepts understandable to all.
— Barbara Brandt co-founder of the "Shorter Work-Time Group"
Created 10/1998 by H.S.
Updated 4/29/2011by E.S.