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About Dr. David Tucker


Economics; Accounting

Personal Statement

It is a joy to teach students at The College of Idaho.  I specialize in the principles classes that students usually take in the Sophomore year.  My goal for each class is for students to learn things that will benefit them in both their personal and professional lives.

Professional Experience

I have been teaching at the collegiate level for over 40 years. I have taught at schools in Arkansas, Oregon and Idaho. My primary teaching area is economics, but I also have my CPA and will teach accounting from time to time.


  • PhD in Economics from the University of Arkansas (1987)
  • MA in Economics from Georgetown University (1981)
  • BS in Economics and Accounting from Harding University (1977)
  • CPA from State of Texas (1979)


Tucker, David and Graves, Alesha (2023). Predicting the Financial Vulnerability of US Public Charities (forthcoming).
Tucker, David. (2022). Extending the Economic Choice Model. Journal of International Business and Economics, 22(2), 38-47.
Tucker, David S., & DeBerry, Thomas W. (2021). Economic Implications of the Flood Narrative. Journal of International Business and Economics, 21(1), 5-12.
Tucker, David. (2020). Limits and Difference:   Preconditions for Comparative Advantage. Journal of International Management Studies, 20(1), 43-53.
Tucker, David. (2019). The Economics of Transcendence. Journal of International Business and Economics, 19 (3).
Tucker, David. (2018). The Economics of Ananias and Sapphira. International Journal of Business Research, 18(1).
Tucker, David & Drake, Tim (2017). The Image of God and the Economics of Exchange. Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, (Fall).