Art Carden

Art Carden from Samford University visited the department last week to give a pair of talks including a seminar on “James M. Buchanan: Smithian Economist as Business Ethicist”. Art gave a great seminar and made for a super visit!! It was great catching up with you Art!

New Working Paper

My new paper, “Macroeconomic Shocks and Racial Labour Market Differences”, with Kuhelika De (GVSU), Dan Giedeman (GVSU), and Gary Hoover(Oklahoma) is now available as a Center for Economic Studies (CESifo) working paper.

Research Visit

Had a great visit at Grand Valley State University to work with my coauthors Dan Giedeman and Kuhelika De on our paper Macroeconomic Shocks and Racial Labour Market Differences. Looking forward to having this under review shortly. Was great to get to meet Sebastian Linde and Christopher Cruz this visit as well!

Sabbatical 2019

Just a quick note that I am on leave until January 2020. I hope to move a number of projects along over the coming months and so hopefully will see a few publications in the coming 6-9 months. I’ll be sure to update any news here.

Defence & Security Economics Workshop

Just back from a great time at the Defence and Security Economics Workshop in Ottawa. Really enjoyed my time on the panel discussing Eli Berman’s fantastic new book Small Wars, Big Data! I highly recommend the book to those interested in the study of terrorism, civil wars, and foreign interventions. As always, big thanks toContinue reading “Defence & Security Economics Workshop”

ACEA 2018

Just returned from a great trip to the Atlantic Canada Economics Association Conference in Fredericton, New Brunswick. I presented my paper “The Tax-Spending Nexus: Canadian Provincial Evidence” with Wayne Simpson (Manitoba). Thanks to Herb Emery (UNB) for putting together the session, and to all the conference organizers for putting together a great weekend!! It wasContinue reading “ACEA 2018”

New Paper Forthcoming

“Banking and Inequality: US State Evidence” is now forthcoming at the Social Science Journal. This paper is joint with Chen Xu, Daniel Giedeman, and Gary Hoover. Congratulations to Chen Xu on his first publication as a graduate student in the economics PhD program at the University of Oklahoma.