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Rishav Bista, Ph.D.

Rishav Bista

Associate Professor

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  • Financial Development and the Distribution of Trade Flows (with M. I. Khan), Applied Economics Letters, forthcoming
  • Economic Growth Takeoffs and the Extensive and Intensive Margins of Trade (with B. Sheridan), Review of Development Economics, 25(3), 2021, 1373-1396
  • Growth Takeoffs and Trade Margins: A Quantile Regression Approach (with E. Figueiredo & B. Sheridan), Empirical Economics, 59(1), 2020, 275-294
Douglas Butler

Douglas Butler

Instructor I

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  • “Earmarked Taxes and State Lottery Adoption,” Southern Economic Association meetings.
  • “Conducting an Economic Impact Study,” Conference of the Southern Association for Institutional Research.
Rosemarie Fike

Rosemarie Fike

Instructor II

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  • Regulatory Process, Regulatory Reform, and the Quality of Regulatory Impact Analysis. Coauthored with Jerry Ellig. Journal of Benefit Cost Analysis, Forthcoming.
  • A Biography of James Buchanan in The American Middle Class: An Economic Encyclopedia of Progress and Poverty. Editor, Robert Rycroft. Forthcoming. Coauthored with James D. Gwartney.
  • Gender Disparity in Legal Rights and Its Effect on Economic Freedom in Economic Freedom of the World 2016 Annual Report. Fraser Institute: Vancouver, B.C.
  • Public Choice, Government Failure, and Market Failure in Principles Textbooks. Coauthored with James D. Gwartney. Journal of Economic Education, Spring 2015.
Graham Gardner

Graham Gardner

Assistant Professor

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  • Sneed R., Stubblefield, A., Gardner, G., Jordan, T., & Mezuk, B. (2023). Chronic Disease and Workforce Participation Among Medicaid Enrollees Over 50: The Potential Impact of Medicaid Work Requirements Post-COVID-19.Journal of Aging and Social Policy.
Robert Garnett

Robert Garnett

Professor

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  • “Adam Smith’s Oikeiōsis Revisited,” Adam Smith Review, volume 10, 2017
  • Knowledge, Class, and Economics: Marxism without Guarantees, Theodore Burczak and Richard McIntyre, co-editors, Routledge 2017
  • Commerce and Community: Ecologies of Social Cooperation, Paul Lewis and Lenore Ealy, co-editors, Routledge, 2014
  • “Big Think: A Model for Critical Inquiry in Economics Courses” (with KimMarie McGoldrick), Journal of Economic Education, 44 (4): 389-398, 2013
  • Economic Pluralism, Erik Olsen and Martha Starr, co-editors, Routledge, 2009
 John Harvey

John T. Harvey

Hal Wright Professor of Economics

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  • "Testing Keynes’ Aggregate Investment Function,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 2022, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 246-262.
  • “The Need for National Cyber Insurance: A Lesson to be Relearned,” The Cyber Defense Review, 2022, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 207-214.
  • “Trade versus Capital Flows: The Key Implicit and Methodological Differences Between the Neoclassical and the Post Keynesian Approaches to Exchange Rate Determination.” In Bruno Bonizzi, Annina Kaltenbrunner, and Raquel Ramos (eds.), Emerging Economies and the Global Financial System: Post-Keynesian Analysis, Routledge, 2021.
  • “An Introduction to Post Keynesian Economics: Involuntary Unemployment With Perfectly Flexible Wages and Prices,” The American Economist, 2016, vol. 61, no.2, pp.140-156.
  • Contending Perspectives in Economics: A Guide to Contemporary Schools of Thought, Edward Elgar, 2015.
Zackary  Hawley

Zackary Hawley

Professor

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  • “Chinese Exclusion? Agent Response in the Market for Owner-Occupied Housing” with Andrew R. Hanson, Real Estate Economics, forthcoming.
  • “Restricted Access: Real Estate Agent Response to Client Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Side of Market” with Andrew R. Hanson, Real Estate Economics, 51 (4), 2023, 855-890.
  • “Effects of Split-Rate Taxation on the Tax Base” with Zhou Yang, Public Finance Review, 50 (6), 2022, 647-731.
  • “Social interaction and urban location decisions” (with Geoffrey Turnbull), Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 59(1), 2019, 1-26.
  • “The value of community: Evidence from the CARES program” (with Andrew R. Hanson and Geoffrey Turnbull), Journal of Housing Economics, 41, 2018, 218-226.
Dongwoo Kim

Dongwoo Kim

Associate Professor

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  • The Effect of 31st Year Pension Enhancement on Mid- and Late-Career Retirement Decisions, Applied Economics Letters, forthcoming
  • COVID-19 Lockdown and Traffic Accidents: Lessons from the Pandemic (with Stephen Barnes, Louis- Philippe Beland, and Jason Huh), Contemporary Economic Policy, 40, 2022, 349-368
  • The Effect of Affordable Care Act Medicaid Expansions on Foster Care Admissions (with Louis-Philippe Beland and Jason Huh), Health Economics, 30(11), 2021, 2943-2951
  • Pensions and Late Career Teacher Retention (with Cory Koedel, Wei Kong, Shawn Ni, Michael Podgursky, and Weiwei Wu), Education Finance and Policy, 16(1), 2021, 42-65
  • The Trade-off Between Pension Costs and Salary Expenditures in the Public Sector (with Cory Koedel and P. Brett Xiang), Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 20(1), 2021, 151-168
Weiwei Liu

Weiwei Liu

Associate Professor

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  • “Valuation of Water Level: A Spatial Hedonic Analysis on Lakeshore Properties,” Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2020, 45(1), 20-37.
  • “Asymmetric Price Effects on Gasoline Consumption: Evidence and Implications,” Applied Economics Letters, 2020, 27(2), 136-139.
  • “A Semiparametric Smooth Coefficient Estimator for Recreation Demand” with Kevin Egan, Environmental and Resource Economics, 2019, 74(3), 1163-1187.
  • “Estimating the Elasticities of Gasoline Demand: an Instrumental Variable Approach,” Applied Economics Letters, 2016, 23(16), 1153-1156.
  • “Gasoline Taxes or Efficiency Standards? A Heterogeneous Household Demand Analysis,” Energy Policy, 2015, 80(C), 54-64.
Stephen Quinn

Stephen Quinn

Professor

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  • Quinn, Stephen and William Roberds, “A Policy Framework for the Bank of Amsterdam, 1736–1791,” Journal of Economic History 79:3 (September 2019): 736-71.
  • Khan, Charles, Stephen Quinn, and William Roberds. “Central Banks and Payment Systems: The Evolving Trade-off between Cost and Risk,” in Central Banks at a Crossroad: What Can We Learn from History? edited by Michael Bordo, Ovyind Eitrheim, Marc Flandreau, and Jan Qvigstand. Cambridge University Press (2016): 563-609.
  • Quinn, Stephen, and William Roberds. “Death of a Reserve Currency,” International Journal of Central Banking (December 2016).
  • Quinn, Stephen, and William Roberds. “Responding to a Shadow Banking Crisis: the Lessons of 1763” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 47 (2015): 1149-76.
  • Quinn, Stephen, and William Roberds. “How Amsterdam Got Fiat Money,” Journal of Monetary Economics 66 (2014): 1-12.
Kiril  Tochkov

Kiril Tochkov

Professor

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  • El-Shagi, M., & Tochkov, K. (2022). Shadow of the Colossus: Euro area spillovers and monetary policy in Central and Eastern Europe.Journal of International Money and Finance, 120, 102501.
  • Tochkov, K. (2021). Regional real exchange rates and growth: Evidence from resource-based regional economies.Review of International Economics, 29(3), 626-640.
  • Tochkov, K. (2020). Regional Inequality and Convergence in Large Emerging Economies: A Distribution Dynamics Approach.Macroeconomic Dynamics, 25(1), 154-177.
  • Ndao, S., Nenovsky, N., & Tochkov, K. (2019). Does Monetary Integration Lead to Income Convergence in Africa? A Study of the CFA Monetary Area.Portuguese Economic Journal, 18(2), 67-85.
  • Tochkov, K. (2018). Trade Potential and Trade Integration of the Russian Far East: A Regional Perspective.Spatial Economics, 14(4), 21-38.