Joseph T. Crouse
Ph.D., MBA, MA, CPA
Vocational Economic Analyst
Vocational Economics, Inc. 2173 Embassy Drive Lancaster, PA 17603
Dr. Joseph T. Crouse, is a Vocational Economic Analyst with Vocational Economics, Inc. He provides vocational and economic testimony for cases involving total and permanent partial disability as well as employment related matters, such as alleged wrongful termination. He has extensive knowledge in cases involving traumatic brain injury and has written several peer-reviewed articles on assessing earning capacity loss in these cases.
Dr. Crouse received his doctorate in Economics from the University of Nevada. In addition to his economic background, he obtained an MA in rehabilitation counseling from The University of Alabama, an MBA in strategic management from Frostburg State University, an MA in Human Sciences from Hood College, and a BS in psychology from Charter Oak State College. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor.
Dr. Crouse has researched extensively on the impact of disability on earnings and worklife expectancy and authored or co-authored more than 30 presentations and peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Crouse is an Editorial Board member for the peer-reviewed journal The Rehabilitation Professional. He also played a role in the most recent revision of The Gamboa Gibson Worklife Expectancy Tables.
Prior to joining the firm in 2014, Dr. Crouse taught at University of Nevada, Reno, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and Carroll Community College. In addition, Dr. Crouse worked as a research assistant at University of Nevada with projects involving the Current Population Survey and the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth. He was awarded the best Ph.D. student award in Economics, College of Business from the University of Nevada in 2014.
Currently, Dr. Crouse teaches at Wilson College in Chambersburg, PA as an Assistant Professor of Business and Economics. He teaches courses in intermediate macroeconomics, intermediate microeconomics, data mining, econometrics, and management.