Robert Vaden, M.A.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics
Armitage Hall, Room 332
311 North Fifth Street
Camden, New Jersey 08012, USA
Phone: (856) 582-9325 or (856) 225-6290
About Robert Vaden
Mr. Vaden received his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from East Carolina University and his Master of Arts degree in economics from the George Washington University. He also completed the College of Financial Planning’s Professional Education Program.
Upon completion of his Bachelor’s degree, Mr. Vaden was employed as a survey statistician, first with the U. S. Census Bureau and later with the Federal Communications Commission. He was later employed by Bell of Pennsylvania as a revenue forecaster. For the last 28 years of his full-time employment, Mr. Vaden was employed by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development as a manager/research economist whose staff was responsible for the conduct of occupational wage surveys and the development of short and long-term projections of employment both by industry and occupation. As part of his responsibilities, Mr. Vaden made numerous presentation on behalf of the Department to groups outside the Department as well as to Department staff. For the last three years of his employment, he also authored the Department’s monthly summary of economic trends and developments in both New Jersey and the nation.
Since 1982, Mr. Vaden has been an adjunct economics instructor at Camden County College. He has served as an adjunct instructor at Rowan University since 2000. During this time, he has taught both macro and microeconomics, money and banking, labor economics and an upper level economics course titled “Economic Problems and Policy.”
Mr. Vaden wrote many articles for the New Jersey Department of Labor’s monthly Economic Indicators and authored a 1980’s report on the employment of business births (new firms) and business deaths (failures) on New Jersey employment.
Mr. Vaden was a member of the Economists of New Jersey organization (no longer in operation) and the New Jersey Department of Labor’s Toastmaster’s club. He is currently a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honor Society in Economics. He is currently serving the Gloucester County’s Literacy Council as a reading tutor.
- 50-220-102: Principles of Microeconomics
- 50-220-103: Principles of Macroeconomics
- 50-220-301: Money and Banking
- 50-220-305: American Economic History