Dr. Amy McCormick Diduch is Associate Professor of Economics at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia. She received her Ph.D. in Economics in 1995 from Harvard University and her BA in Economics from William and Mary. As a labor economist, her initial research focused on the impact of globalization on the worldwide decline in labor strikes. More recently, she has written a variety of case studies on diverse policy topics, including the use of snowmobiles in Yellowstone National Park, the distribution of scarce flu vaccine, the nurse shortage, and the impact of pharmaceutical patents on treatment of AIDS in Africa. She teaches a wide range of courses at Mary Baldwin, including Experimental Economics, Environmental Policy, and Globalization and Labor Issues.