Thank you to Rhet Smith and everyone in the economics and finance department at the University of Arkansas (Little Rock) for their great feedback on my paper “Macroeconomic Shocks and Racial Labour Market Differences”, which was presented today (spearheaded by Kuhelika De) in their department seminar series.
Congratulations to my longtime coauthor and friend Gary Hoover on beginning his new position today as Executive Director of the Murphy Institute and Professor of Economics at Tulane University!!
Thank you to Mehmet Yaya and everyone in the economics department at Eastern Michigan for their great feedback today on my paper “Macroeconomic Shocks and Racial Labour Market Differences”, which was presented today (spearheaded by Kuhelika De and Dan Giedeman) in their department seminar series.
It’s been a good summer for Janice Compton and Dana Bazarkulova. Congratulations on the acceptance of their paper “Gender Differences in Self-reported Stress and Health Behaviors of Doctors in Kazakhstan During Covid-19” at Feminist Economics!
My new paper, “Oil Shocks and the US Economy: Evidence from a FAVAR Model”, with Kuhelika De (GVSU) and Dan Giedeman (GVSU), is now available as a SSRN Working Paper. Abstract: We investigate the economic eﬀects of three separate types of oil price shocks on the U.S. economy using a factor augmented vector autoregression frameworkContinue reading “New Working Paper”
Big congratulations to Janice Compton and Dana Bazarkulova on the acceptance of their paper “Marriage Traditions and Investment in Education: The Case of Bride Kidnapping” at the Journal of Comparative Economics!
Big congratulations to my coauthor, and University of Oklahoma PhD student, Chen Xu on his new position at St. Edward’s University in Austin Texas!! Good luck with the next stage of your career!
The Journal of Economics, Race and Policy is soliciting manuscripts for a special issue on the COVID-19 pandemic. As the focus of the journal is the intersection of local and global issues concerning economic conditions around race, ethnicity, gender, linguistic, and tribal differences along with policy prescriptions that address economic disparities, we seek papers thatContinue reading “JERP Covid Call for Papers”
The Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy announces a Call for Papers that examine trends in socioeconomic outcomes for indigenous groups compared to non-indigenous groups. The call is also interested in studies that explore determinants of socioeconomic outcomes for indigenous groups. Papers can also examine the gaps in socioeconomic outcomes between indigenous and non-indigenous groupsContinue reading “JERP Call For Papers”
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!