Economics Faculty Research

Featured Article from Economics Letters


Pan, R., Wang, C. (2011). Government debt in the euro area—Evidence from dynamic factor analysis. Economics Letters, 115, 272-275.

 

Abstract: This paper shows that an unobserved common factor drives the co-movement of government debt in the euro area. The old-age dependency ratio explains the factor after controlling for the Maastricht Treaty, the adoption of the euro, and the ongoing crisis.


Articles in top-tier refereed academic journals


Farka, E., DaSilva, A. (2011). The fed and the term structure: Addressing simultaneity within a structural VAR model. Journal of Empirical Finance, 18(5),935-952.

DaSilva, A., Farka, E., Giannikos, C. (2011). Habit Formation in an Overlapping Generations Model with Borrowing Constraints. European Financial Management, 17(4),705-725.


Farka, E., D'Amico, S. (2011). The Fed and The Stock Market: An Identification based on Intraday Futures Data. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 29,126-137.

 

Articles in refereed journals


Humlum, M. K., Kleinjans, K., Nielsen, H. S. (2012). An Economic Analysis of Identity and Career Choice. Economic Inquiry, 50(1), 39-61.


Lartey, E., Acosta, P. A., Mandelman, F. S. (2012). Remittances, exchange rate regimes, and the Dutch disease: A panel data analysis. Review of International Economics, 20(2), 377–395.


Bhattacharya, R., Kim, S.-W. (2011). Economic Fundamentals, Subprime Lending and Housing Prices: Evidence from MSA-level Panel Data. Housing Studies, 26(6/1), 897-910.


Brajer, V., Hall, J. V., L. F. (2011). Valuing health effects: the case of ozone and fine particles in Southern California. Contemporary Economic Policy, 1, 1.


Brajer, V., Mead, R. W., Xiao, F. (2011). Searching for an environmental Kuznets curve in China's air pollution. China Economic Review, 22, 383-397.


Farka, E. (2011). The Asymmetric Impact of FOMC Statements on Asset Prices. Contemporary Economic Policy, 29(4), 469-493.


Lartey, E., Farka, E. (2011). Financial Development, Crises and Growth. Applied Economics Letters, 18(8), 711-714.


Fleissig, A. R., Whitney, G. A. (2011). A Revealed Preference Test of Rationing. Economics Letters, 3, 234-236.


Gill, A. M., Gratton-Lavoie, C. (2011). Retention of high school economics knowledge and the effect of the California state mandate. Journal of Economic Education, 42(4), 319-337.


Brajer, V., Hall, J. V., L. F. (2011). Valuing health effects: the case of ozone and fine particles in Southern California. Contemporary Economic Policy, 1, 1.


Howard, L. (2011). Transitions between food insecurity and food security predict children's social skill development during elementary school. British Journal of Nutrition, 105(12), 1852-1860.


Howard, L. (2011). Does food insecurity at home affect non-cognitive performance at school? A longitudinal analysis of elementary student classroom behavior. Economics of Education Review, 30(1), 157-176.


Khalifa, S., Seck, O., Tobing, E. (2011). Financial Wealth Effect: Evidence from Threshold Estimation. Applied Economics Letters, 1, 1-3.


Khalifa, S. (2011). Undiscounted Optimal Growth with Consumable Capital and Labor-Intensive Consumption Goods. Economic Modeling, 28, 1673-1682.


Khalifa, S., Hurcan, I. K. (2011). Undiscounted Optimal Growth with Consumable Capital: Application to Water Resources. Journal of Applied Economics, XIV, 145-166.


Willett, T., Chiu, E. M. P., Dechsakulthorn, S., Ghosh, R., Kibesse, B., Kim, K. S., Kim, J. Y., Ouyang, A. Y. (2011). Classifying International Aspects of Currency Regimes. Journal of Financial Economic Policy, 3(4), 288 - 303.


Bhattacharya, R., Kim, S.-W. (2011). Economic Fundamentals, Subprime Lending and Housing Prices: Evidence from MSA-level Panel Data. Housing Studies, 26(6/1), 897-910.


Lartey, E. (2011). Financial openness and the Dutch disease. Review of Development Economics, 15(3), 556-568.


Lartey, E., Farka, E. (2011). Financial Development, Crises and Growth. Applied Economics Letters, 18(8), 711-714.


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