Faculty: Gerald L. Perrins

Regional Economist, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Mr. Perrins is a regional economist for the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the field of labor economics and statistics. He received his MBA from Temple University.

Email: gperrins@sas.upenn.edu

Courses Taught

Statistics for Public Leadership (Spring 2012)

Spring 2012
Course Section: 
001
Saturday
9:30 am-1:00 pm
Instructor: 
Gerald L. Perrins
Fisher-Bennett Hall Room 401
Full-Time
Executive

This course presents students with statistical tools for government administration and public policy evaluation. The foundations of statistical description and inference are emphasized and the course builds the skills students need to become critical consumers of statistical information. An integrated laboratory component provides training in the use of general statistical software.

This course satisfies a core requirement in the Master of Public Administration program.

Statistics for Public Leadership (Spring 2013)

Spring 2013
Course Section: 
001
Saturday
LEC 9:30 - 11:00 am; Students select LAB 101 or 102
Instructor: 
Gerald L. Perrins
BENN 401
Executive

This course presents students with statistical tools for government administration and public policy evaluation. The foundations of statistical description and inference are emphasized and the course builds the skills students need to become critical consumers of statistical information. An integrated laboratory component provides training in the use of general statistical software.

This course satisfies a core requirement in the Master of Public Administration program.

Statistics for Public Leadership (Spring 2014)

Spring 2014
Saturday
9:30-11:00 am and Lab Section (11:00-12:30 or 12:30-2:00
Instructor: 
Gerald L. Perrins
BENN 401
Full-Time
Executive

This course presents students with statistical tools for government administration and public policy evaluation. The foundations of statistical description and inference are emphasized and the course builds the skills students need to become critical consumers of statistical information. An integrated laboratory component provides training in the use of general statistical software.

This course satisfies a core requirement in the Master of Public Administration program.