Papers and Publications

 


M. Douglas Berg

Valuation of options and grants in cases of wrongful termination, (with Robert Stretcher and Steve Johnson). Journal of Business and Finance Research, (forthcoming)

Estimating the magnitude of the MV-IV gap: Empirical evidence, (with Robert Stretcher). Journal of Finance and Accountancy, 3(1):1-10 (2010)

Financial analysis of wrongful termination: Joseph Kidwell, (with Robert Stretcher). Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 16(3):53-56 (2010)

Semiparametric estimation of rational expectation models, (with Xiaofei Yan). Journal of Quantitative Economics, 4(1):29-40 (2006)

Textbook treatment of the constant growth valuation model: An assessment of congruence with reality, (with Robert Stretcher). Journal of Economics and Finance Education, 5(2):17-25 (2006)

Racial differences in interest rates, (with Donald L. Bumpass). Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 6 (2004)

Estimating cumulative hydrocarbon discovery. Journal of Quantitative Economics, 16(2):45-52

Instrumental variable estimation of semiparametric dynamic panel data models: Monte Carlo results on several new and existing estimators, (with Qi Li and Aman Ullah). Advances In Econometrics, (15):297-315 (2000)

An integrated model of oil production, (with John R. Moroney). The Energy Journal, 20(1) (1999)

U.S. foreign direct investment in Mexico, Chile, and Brazil, (with Balasundram Manniam). International Business and Ecology Research Yearbook, 167-172(1998)

World crude oil extraction and exploration, (with Seung Won Kang). Advances in the Economics of Energy and Resources, (1994)

 

Aditi Bhattacharyya 

Financial reforms and technical efficiency in Indian commercial banking: a generalized stochastic frontier analysis (with Sudeshna Pal). Review of Financial Economics, 22(3): 109 – 117 (2013)

Adjustment of inputs and measurement of technical efficiency: a dynamic panel data analysis of the Egyptian manufacturing sectors. Empirical Economics, 42(3): 863 – 880 (2012)

Choice, internal consistency, and rationality (with Prasanta K. Pattanaik and Yongsheng Xu). Economics and Philosophy, 27(2): 123 – 149 (2011)

 

Donald Bumpass

Examining NCAA/NFL market efficiency, (With Mark Tuttle and Gerald Kohers). Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (JEEER), 15(1): 31 (2012)

Factors influencing governors’ salaries: 1961 - 2001, (With Mark Tuttle). B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 10(1): 1-20 (2010)

The journal of business strategies: the first twenty-five years, (With Sanjay Mehta). Journal of Business Strategies, 25(2): (2009)

Factors influencing governors’ salaries: an update and extension. The Journal of Economics, 34(1): (2008)

State government employment versus population: does size matter? (With Doug Berg and Mark Tuttle). Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings, 30: (2006)

Arthur burns and the early years of the council of economic advisors. Midwestern Business And Economics Review, (2006)

Racial differences in interest rates, (With Doug Berg). Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 34: 9-22 (2004)

Strictly roots natural hair care salon – 2001, (With P. Reed, A. Williams, Valerie Muehsam). Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases, 11(9): 236-241 (2003) 

CeeBees furniture outlet, (With Earl, Ronald, Joseph Kavanaugh, Paul Reed, and Olga Thomas). Effective Small Business Management, 6: 117-124 (2000)

Railtex, inc., 1998, (With P. Reed and R. Earl). Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases, 7: 162-173 (1998)

Railtex, inc., 1997, (With P. Reed and R. Earl). Proceedings: Allied Academies International Conference, 28-38 (1997)

A twentieth century tale of inflation and deception, (With D. Townsend). Durell Journal of Money and Banking, 7(3): 29-30 (1995)

Estimating the production function and testing returns to scale: comment, (With G. Greenwade). Journal of Economics, 10: 93 (1994)

Foreign direct investment trends in Texas. Current Regional Issues (1994)

Local government units in Texas. Current Regional Issues (1994)

Energy and the Houston economy. Current Regional Issues (1994)

Energy impacts on real wages and output: U.S. manufacturing 1948-1983, (With G. Greenwade). Journal of Economics, 11:1-3 (1985) 

Linking education and economic development, (With L. Warner). Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, (1989)

George Bush, congress and the minimum wage. The Margin, 5(1): 22-23 (1989)

Labor market considerations for the entrepreneur, (With G. Greenwade). Business Perspectives, 2(3): 6-10 (1989)

Foreign investment in Oklahoma, (With J. Jadlow). Southwest Executive, 3(3): 1-2 (1989)

The trade-offs between market power increases and efficiencies in horizontal mergers. Atlantic Economic Journal, 15(4): 70-75 (1987)

Recent trends in foreign director investment in Oklahoma, (With J. Jadlow). Oklahoma Business Bulletin, 55: 13-16 (1987)

Trends in foreign direct investment in Illinois. Illinois Business Review, 44(1): 6-7 (1987)

The 1984 justice department guidelines toward horizontal mergers. Review of Industrial Organization, 3(1): 65-77 (1986)

Foreign direct investment in the United States. Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 12(1): 51-59 (1986)

Justice department guidelines toward horizontal mergers. Southwest Journal of Economic Abstracts, 6(1): 11-12 (1985)

An intertemporal analysis of monopoly power: U.S. manufacturing 1967-81, (With D. Olson). Review of Industrial Organization, 1(4): 308-322 (1984)

An analysis of the welfare loss of monopoly power, (With D. Olson). Atlantic Economic Journal, 12(4): 63 (1983)

The cyclical behavior of real wages and productivity, (With G. Greenwade). Southwestern Journal of Economic Abstracts, 5(1): 13-14 (1984)

Foreign direct investment in Arkansas: what are the issues? Arkansas Business and Economic Review, 17(3): 12-17 (1984)

Foreign direct investment trends in southwest. Texas Business Review, 56(4): 205-208 (1982)

Telephone toll demand elasticities in Iowa, 1966-1977, (With B. Anderson and F. Abraham). The Journal of Economics, 5: 193-195 (1979)

The derivation of price elasticity of demand from the response of total revenue to price Changes. The American Economist, 23(1): 79 (1979)

The welfare cost of monopoly power: U.S. manufacturing, 1972. Industrial Organization Review, 7: 34-60 (1979)

Guide to economic analysis, (With B. Wylie Anderson and Charles Gillette). Kendall-Hunt Publishing, (1978)

How and why we work: a look at our economy, (Motion Picture). Waterloo: Hellman Design Associates, Inc., (1977)

The social costs of monopoly: estimates from 100 selected manufacturing industries. Antitrust Law and Economics Review, 9(2): 91-101 (1977)

The welfare cost of monopoly power. Journal of Economics, 2: 90-94 (1976)

The rationale of regulatory barriers to entry in banking: discussion. Journal of Economics, 1:24 (1975)

An examination of the trade-offs in teaching economic principles, (With A. Sharp and R. Leftwich). Journal of Economic Education, 7: 56-58 (1975)

 

Mark Frank

Price-Cap Regulation and the Incentive to Cooperate in Research. Journal of Business Strategies, 28 (1): 59–73 (2011).

The Impact of Regulation on the Formation of Research Joint Ventures. Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 43: 11–21 (2010).

Income Inequality, Human Capital, and Income Growth: Evidence from a State-Level VAR Analysis. Atlantic Economic Journal, 37 (2): 173–185 (2009).

Inequality and Growth in the United States: Evidence from a New State-Level Panel of Income Inequality Measures. Economic Inquiry, 47 (1): 55–68 (2009).

Media Substitution in Advertising: A Spirited Case Study. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 26(1): 308–326 (2008).

Estimation of Nonstationary Heterogeneous Panels, (with Edward Blackburne) The Stata Journal, 7 (2): 197–208 (2007). 

An Empirical Analysis of Electricity Regulation on Technical Change in Texas. Review of Industrial Organization, 22 (4): 313–331 (2003).

Regional Economic Growth: Do Neighboring Nations Matter? Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 32: 1–9 (2003).

The Relationship of Inequality to Economic Growth: Evidence from U.S. State-Level Data, (with Donald G. Freeman) Pennsylvania Economic Review, 11 (2): 24–36 (2002).

The Economic Consequences of the Welfare State: The Case of Sweden. Pennsylvania Economic Review, 10 (2): 39–46 (2001).

Schumpeter on Entrepreneurs and Innovation: A Reappraisal. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 10 (4): 505–516 (1998).

 

Donald Freeman

 Is beer safer than spirits? how the change in consumption shares of alcoholic beverage types affects traffic mortality in young people. German Journal of Agricultural Economics, 61(4): 254-264 (2012)

On (not) closing the gaps: the evolution of national and regional unemployment rates by race and ethnicity. The Review of Black Political Economy, 39(2): 267-284 (2012) 

Beer in good times and bad: a U.S. state-level analysis of economic conditions and alcohol consumption. The Journal of Wine Economics, 6(2): 231-251 (2011)

Cold comfort in hard times: do people drink more beer during recessions? The Economics of Beer, Johann Swinnen, ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2011)

The resource curse and U.S. regional development. Applied Economics Letters, 16(5): 527-530 (2009)

Non-white poverty and Macroeconomy: the impact of growth, (with Gary Hoover and Walter Enders). American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, 98(2): 398-402 (2008)

Drunk driving legislation and traffic fatalities: new evidence on BAC 08 laws. Contemporary Economic Policy, 25(3): 293-308 (2007)

Differences in inflation’s impact upon productivity growth across inflation regimes: the German case,” (with David Yerger). Journal of International Business Disciplines, 1(2): 105-115 (2007)

Threshold effects between German inflation and productivity growth, (with David Yerger). Business Research Yearbook, 13: 228-233 (2006)

A change-point analysis of the growth effects of state banking deregulation. Economic Inquiry, 601-13 (2005)

Are regional tastes converging? The case of alcohol. Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 39-51 (2004)

Trickling down the rising tide: new estimates of the link between poverty and the Macroeconomy. Southern Economic Journal, 70(2): 359-373 (2003)

Poverty and the Macroeconomy: estimates from U.S. regional data. Contemporary Economic Policy, 358-371 (2003)

Is health care a necessity or a luxury? Pooled estimates of income elasticity from U.S. state-level data. Applied Economics, 35(5): 495-502 (2003)

The relationship of inequality to economic growth: evidence from U.S. state-level data, (with Mark W. Frank). Pennsylvania Economic Review, 24-36 (2002)

A theoretical model of adolescent suicide and some evidence from U.S. data, (with Vijay K. Mathur). Health Economics, 695-708 (2002)

Did state bank branch deregulation produce large growth effects? Economics Letters, 75(3): 383-389 (2002)

Interpreting cross-section and time-series tests of convergence: the case of labor productivity in manufacturing, (with David Yerger). Journal of Economics and Business, 53(6): 593-607 (2001)

Panel tests of Okun’s law for ten industrial countries. Economic Inquiry, 39(4): 511-523 (2001)

Sources of fluctuations in regional growth. The Annals of Regional Science, 35(2): 249-266 (2001)

Beer and the business cycle. Applied Economics Letters, 8(1): 51-54 (2001)

Alternative panel estimates of alcohol demand, taxation and the business cycle. Southern Economic Journal, 67(2): 325-344 (2000)

Does inflation lower productivity? Time series evidence on the impact of inflation on labor productivity in 12 OECD nations, (with David Yerger). Atlantic Economic Journal, 28(3): 315-332 (2000) 

Regional tests of Okun’s law. International Advances in Economic Research, 6(3): 557-570 (2000)

A note on economic conditions and alcohol problems. Journal of Health Economics, 18(5): 661-670 (1999)

Grade divergence as a market outcome. The Journal of Economic Education, 30(4): 344-351 (1999)

Unit roots in the presence of moving average errors: tests of consumer price inflation. Applied Economics Letters, 5(9): 577-81 (1998)

Determinants of youth suicide: the Easterlin-Holinger cohort hypothesis re-examined. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 57(2): 183-200 (1998)

Inflation and multifactor productivity growth: a response to Smyth, (with David Yerger). Applied Economics Letters, 5(12): 271-74 (1998)

Do core inflation measures forecast inflation? Economics Letters, 143-47 (1998)

Inflation and total factor productivity: the case of Germany, (with David Yerger). Weltwirtschaftliches, 133(1): 158-163 (1997)

 

Fidel Gonzalez

Economics Cycles and Heart Disease in Mexico (with T. Quast), Social Science and Medicine, (forthcoming).

Non-linearities in the relationship between aggregate income and mortality rates (with T. Quast). Eastern Economic Journal, (forthcoming)

How much are urban residents in Mexico willing to pay for cleaner air? (With D. Mazumder and M. Leipnik). Environment and Development Economics, 1-26 (2013)

The impact of FDI on CO2 emissions in Latin America, (with Blanco, L. and Ruiz, I.). Oxford Development Studies, 14(1): 104-121 (2013)

Monetary policy under time-varying uncertainty aversion, (with A. Rodriguez). Computational Economics, 4(1): 125-150 (2013) 

Distributional effects of carbon taxes: the case of Mexico. Energy Economics, 34: 2102-2115 (2012)

A city-level analysis of mortality and the business cycle across racial and ethnic groups, with (M. Fontenla and T. Quast). Economics Bulletin, 32(3): (2012)

Macroeconomics changes and mortality in Mexico, (with T. Quast). Empirical Economics, 40(2): 305-309 (2011)

Are recessions good for everyone’s health? The association between mortality and the business cycle by race/ethnicity in the U.S., (with M. Fontenla and T. Quast). Applied Economics Letters, 18(3): 207-212 (2011)

Mortality and business cycle by level of development: evidence from Mexico, (with T. Quast). Social Science and Medicine, 17: 2066-2073 (2010) 

Housing demand in Mexico, (with M. Fontenla). Journal of Housing Economics, 18: 1-12 (2009)

Determinants of housing expenditures in Mexico, (with J.C. Navarro and M. Fontenla). Applied Economics Letters, 16(17): 1731-1734 (2009)

Precautionary principle, robustness and optimal taxes for a stock pollutant with multiplicative Risk. Environmental and Resource Economics, 41(1): 25-46 (2008)

Optimal policy response with control variable and intercept covariance. Computational Economics, 31(1): 1-20 (2008)

Self-fulfilling and fundamental banking crises: a multinomial logit approach, (with M. Fontenla). Economics Bulletin, 6(17): 1-11 (2007)

Uncertainty about the persistence of cost-push shocks and the optimal reaction of the monetary authority, with (J. Gonzalez and A. Rodriguez). Banco de Mexico, Working Paper (2007-05)

Robust control: a note on the response of the control to changes in the ‘free’ parameter, (with A. Rodriguez). Economics Letters, 89(3): 294-299 (2005)

Robust control: a note on the response of the control to changes in the ‘free’ parameter conditional on the character of nature, (with A. Rodriguez). Computational Economics, 24(3): 223-238 (2004)

 

Darren Grant

Grant, D., & Lewis, A. John, (forthcoming). Zero tolerance. In J. Mitchell Miller, ed., Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley.

Grant, D. (2014). What Makes a Good Economy? Evidence from Public Opinion Surveys. Economic Inquiry, 52(3): 1120-1136.

Grant, D., & Green, B., (2013). Grades as incentives. Empirical Economics, 44(3): 1563-1592

Depken, C. II, & Grant, D., (2011). Multiproduct pricing in major league baseball: a principal components analysis. Economic Inquiry, 49(2): 474-488

Grant, D., (2010). Dead on arrival: zero tolerance laws don’t work, (Darren Grant). Economic Inquiry, 48(3): 756-770

Grant, D., (2009). Physician financial incentives and cesarean delivery: new conclusions from the healthcare cost and utilization project. Journal of Health Economics, 28(1): 244-250

Grant, D., & Toma, M., (2008). Elemental tests of the traditional rational voting model. Public Choice, 137(1): 173-195

Alfred, C. Kelly, & Grant, D., (2007). Sanctions and recidivism: an evaluation of physician discipline by state medical boards. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 32(5): 867-885

Grant, D., (2007). Grades as information. Economics of Education Review, 26(2): 201-214

Grant, D., (2005). Information and sorting in the market for obstetrical services. Health Economics, 14(7): 703-719

Grant, D., (2005). Explaining source of payment differences in U.S. cesarean rates: why do privately insured mothers receive more cesareans than mothers who are not privately insured? Health Care Management Science, 8(1): 5-17

Grant, D., & Rutner, S., (2004).The effect of bicycle helmet legislation on bicycling fatalities. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 23(3): 595-611

Grant, D., & McInnes, M. Melayne, (2004). Malpractice experience and the incidence of cesarean delivery: a physician-level longitudinal analysis. Inquiry, 41(2): 179-188

Grant, D., (2003). The effect of implicit contracts on the movement of wages over the business cycle: evidence from the national longitudinal surveys. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 56(3): 393-408

Grant, D., (2001). A comparison of the cyclical behavior of union and nonunion wages in the United States. The Journal of Human Resources, 36(1): 31-57

Grant, D., (2000). Race and cesarean delivery in Florida. The Review of Black Political Economy, 28(1): 37-47

Grant, D., (1999). Recycling and market power: a more general model and re-evaluation of the evidence. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 17(1): 59-809

Grant, D., (1998). Searching for the downsian voter with a simple structural model. Economics and Politics, 10(2): 107-126

 

William Green

Regional economic impact of a commercial project: a RIMS II approach, (with Ed Blackburne and Robert Stretcher). Journal of Economics and Finance Education, (forthcoming)

Grades as incentives, (with Darren Grant). Empirical Economics, 44(1):1563-1592 (2013)

Primary prevention for type 2 diabetes: a pharmacroeconomic model, (with Ed Blackburne and D. Gentry). Diabetes, 52 (Supplement 1) (2003)

Strategic management, (with D. Green and Paul Reed). Prenntice-Hall Publishers, 215-224 (2002)

Rockford, Wayne & company, (with P. Reed, R. Brown, and D. Green). Journal of Applied Case Research, 2(1):59-66 (2000)

Looking back: monetary multipliers in four early monetarist models, (with T.R. Beard). The Indian Journal of Economics, 61(243): (1981)

 

Natalie Hegwood

Structural breaks and relative price convergence among U.S. cities, (with Hiranya
Nath). Journal of Macroeconomics 36(c):150-160 (2013)

A comment on tests for asymmetric threshold co-integration, (with Mark Tuttle). The Journal of Economics 39(1):73-77 (2013)

Did the mortgage interest rate fail to respond to federal funds rate changes:
Testing for a short-run break, 2002-2005, (with Mark Tuttle). Journal of Money, Banking, and Finance,1(1):13-26 (2013)

Are real GDP levels trend, difference, or regime-wise trend stationary? Evidence from panel data tests incorporating structural change, (with David Papell). Southern Economic Journal, 74(1):104-113 (2007)

A long-run time series analysis of US and UK unemployment rates, Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 32:11-14 (2003)

Purchasing power parity under the gold standard, (with David Papell). Southern Economic Journal, 69(1):72-91 (2002)

Quasi purchasing power parity, (with David Papell). International Journal of Finance and Economics, 3:279-289 (1998)

 

Kevin Henning 

Are statisticians cold-blooded bosses? A new perspective on the “old” concept of statistical population, (with Yonggang Lu). Teaching Statistics, 35(1): 66-71 (2013)

Understanding advanced statistical methods, (with P.H. Westfall). Taylor & Francis Group, LLC (2013)

The effect of error correlation on interfactor correlation in psychometric measurement, (with P.H. Westfall). Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 19(1): 99-117 (2012)

 

Santosh Kumar

Association of iodized salt usage with malnutrition among young children in India, (with Lisa Berkman). Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, (forthcoming)

Travel time to maternity care and its effect on utilization in rural Ghana: a multilevel analysis, (with Sam Masters et al.). Social Science & Medicine, 94: 147-154 (2013)

Does access to improved sanitation reduce childhood diarrhea in rural India? (With Sebastian Vollmer). Health Economics, 22(4): 410-427 (2013)

Social support, volunteering and health around the world: cross-national evidence from 139 countries, (with Berkman et al.). Social Science & Medicine, 74(5): 696-706 (2012)

The effect of a vaccination program on child anthropometry: evidence from India’s universal immunization program, (with T. Anekwe). Journal of Public Health, 34(3): 489-497 (2012)

Well-being and social capital on planet earth: cross-national evidence from 142 countries, (with Berkman et al.). PLoS ONE, 7(8): e42793 (2012)

 

Lirong Liu

Enforcement leverage with fixed inspection capacity, (with William Neilson). Strategic Behavior and the Environment (forthcoming)

Liu, L., & Nath, H., (2013). Information and communications technologies (ICT) and trade in emerging market economies. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 49(6): 67-87.

Analysis of firm compliance with multiple environmental regulations. Economics Bulletin, 33(3): 1695-1705 (2013)

Spillover effects across environmental programs: the case of hazardous waste regulation in Michigan. Environmental Economics, 3(2):35-43 (2012)

Do environmental audits improve long-term compliance? Evidence from manufacturing facilities in Michigan, (with Mary Evans, and Sarah Stafford). Journal of Regulatory Economics, 40(3): 279-302 (2011)

Regulation with direct benefits of information disclosure and imperfect monitoring, (with Mary Evans, and Scott Gilpatrick). Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 57(3):  284-292 (2009)

 

Hiranya Nath

Nath, H., & Sarkar, J., (2014). City relative price dynamics in Australia: are structural breaks important? The Economic Record, 90(288): 33-48.

Liu, L., & Nath, H., (2013). Information and communications technologies (ICT) and trade in emerging market economies. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 49(6): 67-87.

Structural breaks and relative price convergence among U.S. cities, (with Natalie D. Hegwood). Journal of Macroeconomics, 36(1): 150-160 (2013)

Relative inflation dynamics in the new EU member countries of central and eastern Europe, (with Kiril Tochkov). Empirical Economics, 45(1): 1-22 (2013)

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in India’s retail sector. Space and Culture, India, 1(1): 1- 12 (2013)

U.S. trade in information-intensive services, (with Uday M. Apte). In U.S. Karmarkar and V. Mangal (eds). The UCLA Anderson Business and Information Technologies (BIT) Project: A Global Study of Business Practice, Singapore: World Scientific Books (2012)

Remittances and relative prices, (with Carlos Vargas-Silva). Review of Development Economics, 16(1): 45-61 (2012) 

ICT capital and employment of information workers: are they related? International Journal of Engineering Management and Economics, 2(2/3): 111-131 (2011)

Relative inflation dynamics in the EU accession countries of central and Eastern Europe. Discussion Paper No. DP/84/2011. Bulgarian National Bank (2011)

Relative price convergence among US cities: does the numeraire city matter? (with Viera Chmelarova). Journal of Macroeconomics, 32(1): 405-414 (2010)

Workers’ migration and remittances in Bangladesh, (with Khawaja A. Mamun). Journal of Business Strategies, 27(1): 29-52 (2010)

The implications of a south-south customs union on tariffs, welfare, and the prospect of global free trade, (with Halis M. Yildiz). Journal of Business Strategies, 27(1): 75-92 (2010)   

Do regions matter for the behavior of city relative prices in the U.S.? (with Viera Chmelarova). The Empirical Economics Letters, 8(11): 1081-1088 (2009)

Unbiased estimation of the half-life to price index convergence among US cities, (with Jayanta Sarkar). Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 41(5): 1041- 1046 (2009)

International productivity differences and the roles of domestic investment, FDI and trade, (with Gouranga G. Das and Halis Murat Yildiz). International Economic Journal, 23(1): 121-142 (2009)

Country risk analysis: a survey of the quantitative methods. Economia Internazionale/International Economics, 62(1): 69-94 (2009)

Trade, foreign direct investment, and growth: evidence from transition economies. Comparative Economic Studies, 51: 20-50 (2009) 

Information services in the U.S. economy: value, jobs, and management implications, (with Uday M. Apte and Uday S. Karmarkar). California Management Review, 50(3): 12-30 (2008)

Inflation and relative price variability in Mexico: the role of remittances, (with J. Ulyses Balderas).  Applied Economics Letters, 15(3): 181-185 (2008)

Trade, growth, and wage inequality in Bangladesh, (with Khawaja A. Mamun). Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 16(4): 505-528 (2007)

Size, structure and growth of the U.S. information economy, (with Uday M. Apte). In U.M. Apte and U.S. Karmakar (eds): Managing in the Information Economy: Current Research Issues, Norwell, MA: Springer Science and Business Media, LLC, 1 - 28 (2007) 

Diminishing marginal impatience: its promises for asset pricing, (with Jayanta Sarkar). Applied Financial Economics Letters, 2(1): 61-64 (2006)

Small menu costs and large business cycles: an extension of the Mankiw model, (with Robert Stretcher). Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, 6(2): 21-32 (2005)

Export-led growth in Bangladesh: a time series analysis, (with Khawaja A. Mamun). Applied Economics Letters, 12(6): 361-364 (2005)

The rise of an enclave economy. In Alokesh Barua (ed): India’s Northeast: Development Issues in a Historical Perspective, New Delhi: Manohar – Centre De Sciences Humaines, 121- 140 (2005)

Assessing cross-industry effects of B2B e-commerce, (with Uday M. Apte).  Journal of Strategic E-Commerce, 2(2): 51-80 (2004)

Relative importance of sectoral and aggregate sources of price changes. Applied Economics, 36(16): 1781-96 (2004)

Inflation and relative price variability: short-run vs. long-run. Economics Letters, 82(3) 363-69 (2004)

Relative price changes as supply shocks: evidence from U.S. cities. Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, 41(3&4): (2004)

Service industries in today's information economy, (with Uday M. Apte). In Proceedings of the Service Operations Management Association (2000)

 

Brian Piper

Piper, Brian. (2014). A production function examination of the aggregate effects of nutrition. Journal of Macroeconomics, 40: 293-307.

Burge, G. & Piper, B., (2012). Strategic fiscal interdependence: county and municipal adoptions of local option sales taxes. National Tax Journal, 65(2): 387-416.

 

Troy Quast

Economics Cycles and Heart Disease in Mexico (with F. Gonzalez), Social Science and Medicine, (forthcoming).

Non-linearities in the relationship between aggregate income and mortality rates, (with T. Quast). Eastern Economic Journal (forthcoming) 

Is there a relationship between HMO quality of care and financial performance? Evidence from Texas HMOs. Journal of Health Care Finance (forthcoming)

Enrollment patterns in the Texas Medicaid emergency waiver following hurricane Katrina, (with Karoline Mortensen). Journal of Public Health Management & Practice (forthcoming)

 A city-level analysis of mortality and the business cycle across racial and ethnic groups, (with Fidel Gonzalez and Matias Fontenla). Economics Bulletin, 32(3): 2511-2521 (2012)

Emergency department usage under the hurricane Katrina Texkat emergency Medicaid waiver, (with Karoline Mortensen). Medicare & Medicaid Research Review, 2(1): E1-E6 (2012)

Macroeconomic changes and mortality in Mexico, (with Fidel Gonzalez). Empirical Economics, 40(2): 305-319 (2011)

Are recessions good for everyone’s health? The association between mortality and the business cycle by race in the U.S., (with Fidel Gonzalez and Matias Fontenla). Applied Economics Letters, 18(3): 207-212 (2011)

Mortality and business cycles by level of development: evidence from Mexico, (with Fidel Gonzalez). Social Science and Medicine, 71: 2066-2073 (2010)

Did federal regulation discourage facilities-based entry into US local telecommunications markets? Telecommunications Policy, 32(8): 572-581 (2008)

Do elected public utility commissioners behave more politically than appointed ones? Journal of Regulatory Economics, 33(3): 318-337 (2008)

Does the quality of care in Medicaid MCOs vary with the form of physician compensation? (with David Sappington and Betsy Shenkman). Health Economics, 17(4): 545-550 (2008)

 

Christian Raschke

Highway improvement project selection by the joint consideration of cost-benefit and risk criteria, (with Helmut Schneider, Peter Kelle, and Hadi Shirazi). Journal of the Operational Research Society, 64: 313–325 (2013)

Food stamps and the time cost of food preparation. Review of Economics of the Household, 10(2): 259–275 (2012)

 

George Samuels

Dollarization and monetary control: the case of Panama, (George Samuels). Papers and Proceedings, Academy of Economics and Finance, 33: 233-235 (2009)

Okun’s law: measurement considerations, (George Samuels). Papers and Proceedings, Academy of Economics and Finance, 30: 277-280 (2006)

What is expansionary monetary policy? (George Samuels). Texas Labor Market Review, (2002)

Carribean migration, (George Samuels, Antonio Jorge, and Raul Moncarz). Proceedings of the International Trade and Finance Association, (1998)

Another look at import structure and economic growth, (George Samuels). Working Paper. Center for Business and Economic Development, 94: 06E/BA (1994)

Fringe benefits; an ordering, (George Samuels). Journal of Forensic Economics, 5(1): 89-90 (1991)

Calculating damages: real or nominal rates, (George Samuels). Journal of Forensic Economics, 3(2): 79-82 (1990)

Airline deregulation: its effects and the competitive environment, (George Samuels). International Journal of Transport Economics, 17(2): 131-146(1990)

Foreign debt and economic development: IMF policy issues, (George Samuels). International Trade and Finance: A North American Perspective, 100-107 (1988)

Government production and regulation: realities in the U.S., (George Samuels). Public Enterprise: Current Issues, Center for Research and Teaching of Economics, 492-498 (1987)

The IMF external debt, and Latin America in the eighties, (George Samuels). Proceedings of International Symposium on North American Economies in the 1990s, (1987)

Pfeifer and culver II: forecasting uniformity, (George Samuels). Texas Bar Journal, 49(10): (1986)

Policy and U.S.-Mexico trade relations, (George Samuels). Occasional Papers Series Dialogues, Latin American and Caribbean Center, (1984)

Imports substitution industrialization in Brazil and Mexico, (George Samuels with Raul Moncarz). Papers and Proceedings of the Southwest Federation of Administration Disciplines, (1980)

Automobile usage demand and the gasoline tax, (George Samuels). International Journal of Transport Economics, (1978)

 

Mark Tuttle

A comment on tests for asymmetric threshold co-integration with an application to the term structure: cointegration methods matter, (With Natalie Hegwood). Journal of Economics, 39(1): 207-251 (2013)

Examining NCAA/NFL market efficiency, (With Donald Bumpass and G. Kohers). Journal of Economics and Economics Education Research (forthcoming)

Did the mortgage interest rate fail to respond to federal funds rate changes: testing for a short-run break, 2002 – 2005, (With Natalie Hegwood). Journal of Money Banking Finance (forthcoming)

New information regarding consumption and wealth asymmetries, (With J. Smith). Academy of Economics and Finance Journal, 2: (2012)

Factors influencing governors’ salaries: 1961 - 2001, (With Donald Bumpass). B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 10(1): 1-20 (2010)

Federal reserve dilemma: 1974, (With R. Stretcher). Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 16(2): (2010)

Does defense spending really promote aggregate output in the U.S.?, (With J. Smith). Defence and Peace Economics, 19(6): 435-447 (2008)

Factors influencing governors’ salaries: an update and extension, (With Donald Bumpass). The Journal of Economics, 34(1): (2008)

Disaggregated business fixed investment: the response of structures and equipment to macroeconomic fluctuations and policies, (With J. Smith). Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 41: (2008) 

The U.S. current account: the impact of household wealth, (With G. Keener). Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, 8(2): (2007)

Wealth and the distribution of income: permanent and transitory effects, (With J. Gauger). Review of Income and Wealth, Series 52(4): 493-508 (2006)

Tax base elasticities: a multi-state analysis of long run and short run dynamics, (With D. Bruce and W. Fox). Southern Economic Journal, 73(2): 315-341 (2006)

Changes in income concentration: taxes or macroeconomic conditions? (With Donald Bruce and Charles Garrison). Economic Inquiry, 41(1): 147-162 (2003)

Forthcoming
2014
2013
2012
2011

 


Forthcoming

Berg, M. Douglas, Stretcher, R., & Johnson, S., (forthcoming). Valuation of options and grants in cases of wrongful termination. Journal of Business and Finance Research

Berkman, L., & Kumar, S., (forthcoming). Association of iodized salt usage with malnutrition among young children in India. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health.

Blackburne, E., & Stretcher, R., (forthcoming). Regional economic impact of a commercial project: a RIMS II approach. Journal of Economics and Finance Education.

Bumpass, D., Kohers, G., & Tuttle, D., (forthcoming). Examining NCAA/NFL market efficiency. Journal of Economics and Economics Education Research.

Gonzalez, F., & Quast, T., (forthcoming). Non-linearities in the relationship between aggregate income and mortality rates. Eastern Economic Journal.

Grant, D., & Lewis, A. John, (forthcoming). Zero tolerance. In J. Mitchell Miller, ed., Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley.

Hegwood, N., & Tuttle, M., (forthcoming). Did the mortgage interest rate fail to respond to federal funds rate changes: testing for a short-run break, 2002 – 2005. Journal of Money Banking Finance

Liu, L., & Neilson, W., (forthcoming). Enforcement leverage with fixed inspection capacity. Strategic Behavior and the Environment

Liu, L., & Nath, H., (forthcoming). Information and communications technologies (ICT) and trade in emerging market economies. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade

Mortensen, K., & Quast, T., (forthcoming). Enrollment patterns in the Texas Medicaid emergency waiver following Hurricane Katrina. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice

Nath, H., (forthcoming). Book review of Multinational Enterprises in Asian Development by Prema-chandra Athukorala. Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (USA): Edward Elgar, 2007, xv, 282 pp. Journal of Asian Business

Quast, T., (forthcoming). Is there a relationship between HMO quality of care and financial performance? Evidence from Texas HMOs. Journal of Health Care Finance

2014

Gonzalez, F., & Quast, T. (2014). Economics Cycles and Heart Disease in Mexico. Social Science and Medicine, 109: 19-25.

Grant, D. (2014). What Makes a Good Economy? Evidence from Public Opinion Surveys. Economic Inquiry, 52(3): 1120-1136.

Nath, H., & Sarkar, J., (2014). City relative price dynamics in Australia: are structural breaks important? The Economic Record, 90(288): 33-48.

Piper, Brian. (2014). A production function examination of the aggregate effects of nutrition. Journal of Macroeconomics, 40: 293-307.
 

2013

Abaogye, P., Amofar, G., Burstein, R., Hanlon, M., Kumar, S., & Master, S (2013). Travel time to maternity care and its effect on utilization in rural Ghana: a multilevel analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 94: 147-154

Balderas, U., & Blackburne, E. (2013). The new female migrants: do they send more money home? A case study for Mexican immigrants in the Houston area. The Journal of Developing Areas, 27(2): 417-428

Bhattacharyya, A., & Pal, S., (2013). Financial reforms and technical efficiency in Indian commercial banking: a generalized stochastic frontier analysis. Review of Financial Economics, 22(3): 109-117

Blanco L., Gonzalez, F., & Ruiz, I., (2013). The impact of FDI on CO2 emissions in Latin America. Oxford Development Studies, 14(1): 104-121

Gonzalez, F., Leipnik, M., &Mazumder, D., (2013). How much are urban residents in Mexico willing to pay for cleaner air? Environment and Development Economics, 1-26

Gonzalez, F., & Rodriguez, A., (2013). Monetary policy under time-varying uncertainty aversion. Computational Economics, 4(1):125-150

Grant, D., & Green, B., (2013). Grades as incentives. Empirical Economics, 44(3): 1563-1592

Hegwood, N., & Nath, H., (2013). Structural breaks and relative price convergence among U.S. cities. Journal of Macroeconomics 36(c):150-160

Hegwood, N., & Tuttle, M., (2013). A comment on tests for asymmetric threshold cointegration. The Journal of Economics 39(1):73-77

Hegwood, N., & Tuttle, M., (2013). Did the mortgage interest rate fail to respond to federal funds rate changes: Testing for a short-run break, 2002-2005. Journal of Money, Banking, and Finance,1(1):13-26

Henning, K., & Lu, Y., (2013). Are statisticians cold-blooded bosses? a new perspective on the “old” concept of statistical population. Teaching Statistics, 35(1): 66-71

Henning, K., & Westfall, P.H., (2013). Understanding advanced statistical methods. Taylor & Francis Group, LLC

Kelle, P., Raschke, C., Schneider, H., & Shirazi, H., (2013). Highway improvement project selection by the joint consideration of cost-benefit and risk criteria. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 64: 313-325

Kumar, S., & Vollmer, S., (2013). Does access to improved sanitation reduce childhood diarrhea in rural India? Health Economics, 22(4): 410-427

Liu, L., & Nath, H., (2013). Information and communications technologies (ICT) and trade in emerging market economies. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 49(6): 67-87.

Nath, H., (2013). Foreign direct investment (FDI) in India’s retail sector. Space and Culture, India, 1(1): 1-12

Nath, H., & Tochkov, K., (2013). Relative inflation dynamics in the new EU member countries of central and eastern Europe. Empirical Economics, (45)1:1 -22

2012

Anekwe, T., & Kumar, S., (2012). The effect of a vaccination program on child anthropometry: evidence from India’s universal immunization program. Journal of Public Health, 34(3): 489-497

Apte, M. Uday, Karmarkar, S. Uday, & Nath, H., (2012). The U.S. information economy: value, employment, industry structure, and trade. Foundations and Trends in Technology Information and Operations Management, 6(1): 1-180

Berkman, Kumar, S., et al., (2012). Well-being and social capital on planet earth: cross-national evidence from 142 countries. PLoS ONE, 7(8): e42793

Berkman, Kumar, S., et al., (2012). Social support, volunteering and health around the world: cross-national evidence from 139 countries. Social Science & Medicine, 74(5): 696-706

Bhattacharyya, A., (2012). Adjustment of inputs and measurement of technical efficiency: a dynamic panel data analysis of the Egyptian manufacturing sectors. Empirical Economics, 42(3): 863-880

Bumpass, D., Kohers, G., & Tuttle, M., (2012). Examining NCAA/NFL market efficiency. Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (JEEER), 15(1): 31

Burge, G. & Piper, B., (2012). Strategic fiscal interdependence: county and municipal adoptions of local option sales taxes. National Tax Journal, 65(2): 387-416.

Fontenla, M., Gonzalez, F., & Quast, T., (2012). A city-level analysis of mortality and the business cycle across racial and ethnic groups. Economics Bulletin, 32(3): 2511-2521

Freeman, D., (2012). Is beer safer than spirits? How the change in consumption shares of alcoholic beverage types affects traffic mortality in young people. German Journal of Agricultural Economics, 61(4): 254-264

Freeman, D., (2012). On (not) closing the gaps: the evolution of national and regional unemployment rates by race and ethnicity. The Review of Black Political Economy, 39(2): 267-284

Gonzalez, F., (2012). Distributional effects of carbon taxes: the case of Mexico. Energy Economics, 34: 2102-2115

Henning, K., & Westfall, P.H., (2012). The effect of error correlation on interfactor correlation in psychometric measurement. Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 19(1): 99-117

Liu, L., (2012). Spillover effects across environmental programs: the case of hazardous waste regulation in Michigan. Environmental Economics, 3(2): 35-43

Mortensen, K., & Quast, T., (2012). Emergency department usage under the Hurricane Katrina TexKat emergency Medicaid waiver. Medicare & Medicaid Research Review, 2(1): E1-E6

Nath, H., & Vargas-Silva, C., (2012).Remittances and relative prices. Review of Development Economics, 16(1): 45-61

Raschke, C., (2012). Food stamps and the time cost of food preparation. Review of Economics of the Household, 10(2): 259-275

Ruiz, I., & Vargas-Silva, C., (2012). Exploring the causes of the slowdown in remittances to Mexico. Empirical Economics, 42(3): 745-766

Smith, J., & Tuttle, M., (2012). New information regarding consumption and wealth asymmetries. Academy of Economics and Finance Journal, 2

2011

Bhattacharyya, A., Pattanaik, K. Prasanta, & Xu, Y., (2011). Choice, internal consistency, and rationality. Economics and Philosophy, 27(2): 123-149

Depken, C. II, & Grant, D., (2011). Multiproduct pricing in major league baseball: a principal components analysis. Economic Inquiry, 49(2): 474-488

Evans, M., Liu, L., & Stafford, S., (2011). Do environmental audits improve long-term compliance? Evidence from manufacturing facilities in Michigan. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 40(3): 279-302

Fontenla, M., Gonzalez F., & Quast, T., (2011).Are recessions good for everyone’s health? The association between mortality and the business cycle by race/ethnicity in the U.S. Applied Economics Letters, 18(3): 207-212

Frank, M., (2011). Price-Cap regulation and the incentive to cooperate in research. Journal of Business Strategies, 28(1): 59–73

Freeman, D., (2011). Beer in good times and bad: a U.S. state-level analysis of economic conditions and alcohol consumption. The Journal of Wine Economics, 6(2): 231-251 (2011)

Freeman, D., & Swinnen, J., (2011). Cold comfort in hard times: do people drink more beer during recessions? The Economics of Beer

Gonzalez, F., & Quast, T., (2011).Macroeconomics changes and mortality in Mexico. Empirical Economics, 40(2): 305-309

Nath, H., (2011). ICT capital and employment of information workers: are they related? International Journal of Engineering Management and Economics, 2(2/3): 111-131 (2011)

2010

Balderas, J., Ulyses, & Greenwood, M., (2010). From Europe to the Americas: a comparative panel-data analysis of migration to Argentina, Brazil, and the United States, 1870–1910. Journal of Population Economics, 23(4): 1301-1318

Bumpass, D., & Tuttle, M., (2010). Factors influencing governors’ salaries: 1961 – 2001. B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 10(1): 1-20

Frank, M., (2010). The impact of regulation on the formation of research joint ventures. Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 43: 11–21

Gonzalez, F., & Quast, T., (2010). Mortality and business cycle by level of development: evidence from Mexico. Social Science and Medicine, 17: 2066-2073

Grant, D., (2010). Dead on arrival: zero tolerance laws don’t work, (Darren Grant). Economic Inquiry, 48(3): 756-770

Kim, D., Lee Y.G., & Ruiz, I., (2010). Common volatility between closed-end country funds and three comparable return series: an empirical investigation. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 46(2): 116-132

McMillan, D., Ruiz, I., & Speight, A., (2010). Correlations and spillovers in three Euro rates: evidence using realized variance. The European Journal of Finance, 16(8): 753-767

Nath, H., (2010). Relative inflation dynamics in the EU accession countries of central and Eastern Europe. Discussion Paper, 45(1): 1-22

Nath, H., & Chmelarova, V., (2010). Relative price convergence among U.S. cities: does the numeraire city matter? Journal of Macroeconomics, 32(1): 405-414

Nath, H., & Mamun, A. Khawaja, (2010). Workers’ migration and remittances in Bangladesh. Journal of Business Strategies, 27(1): 29-52

Nath, H., & Yildiz, M. Halis, (2010). The implications of a south-south customs union on tariffs, welfare, and the prospect of global free trade. Journal of Business Strategies, 27(1): 75-92

Nath, H., (2010). Special issue on migration, remittances, and regional trade agreements: an introduction. Journal of Business Strategies, 27(1): 1-6

Ruiz, I., & Vargas-Silva, C., (2010). Another consequence of the economic crisis: a decrease in migrants’ remittances. Applied Financial Economics, 20(1-2): 171-182

Ruiz, I., & Vargas-Silva, C., (2010). Monetary policy and international remittances. The Journal of Developing Areas, 43(2): 173-186

Stretcher, R., & Tuttle, M., (2010). Federal Reserve dilemma: 1974, (Mark Tuttle with R. Stretcher). Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 16(2)

2009

Blackburne, E., & Stretcher, R., (2009). Business valuation: filter fabrication ltd. Journal of Finance Case Research, 11(1)

Bumpass, D., & Mehta, S., (2009). The journal of business strategies: the first twenty-five years. Journal of Business Strategies, 25(2)

Evans, M., Gilpatric, M. Scott, & Liu, L., (2009). Regulation with direct benefits of information disclosure and imperfect monitoring. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 57(3): 284-292

Fontenla, M., Gonzalez, F., & Navarro J.C., (2009). Determinants of housing expenditures in Mexico. Applied Economics Letters, 16(17): 1731-1734

Frank, M., (2009). Income inequality, human capital, and income growth: evidence from a state-level VAR analysis. Atlantic Economic Journal, 37(2): 173–185

Frank, M., (2009). Inequality and growth in the United States: evidence from a new state-level panel of income inequality measures. Economic Inquiry, 47(1): 55–68

Freeman, D., (2009). The resource curse and U.S. regional development. Applied Economics Letters, 16(5): 527-530

Gouranga, G., Das, Nath, H., & Yildiz, M. H., (2009). International productivity differences and the roles of domestic investment, FDI, and trade. International Economic Journal, 23(1): 121-142

Grant, D., (2009). Physician financial incentives and cesarean delivery: new conclusions from the healthcare cost and utilization project. Journal of Health Economics, 28(1): 244-250

Nath, H., (2009). Country risk analysis: a survey of the quantitative methods. Economia Internazionale/International Economics, 62(1): 69-94

Nath, H., (2009). Trade, foreign direct investment, and growth: evidence from transition economies. Comparative Economic Studies, 51: 20-50

Nath, H., (2009). Special issue on migration and remittances: an introductory note. Journal of Business Strategies, 26(1): 1-7

Nath, H., & Chmelarova, V., (2009). Do regions matter for the behavior of city relative prices in the U.S.? The Empirical Economics Letters 8(11): 1081-1088

Nath, H., & Sarkar, J., (2009). Unbiased estimation of the half-life to price index convergence among U.S. cities. Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 41(5): 1041-1046

Ruiz, I., (2009). Common volatility across Latin American foreign exchange markets. Applied Financial Economics, 19(15): 1197-1212

Ruiz, I., (2009). Linkages among Latin American foreign exchange markets: a long-run perspective in the presence of structural breaks. Applied Economic Letters, 16(5): 509-514

Ruiz, I., & McMillan, D. G., (2009). Volatility dynamics in three Euro rates: correlations, spillovers and commonality. International Journal of Financial Markets and Derivatives, 1(1): 64-74

Ruiz, I., & McMillan, D. G., (2009). Volatility persistence, long memory and time-varying unconditional mean: evidence from ten equity indices. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 49: 578-595

Ruiz, I., Shukralla, E., & Vargas-Silva, C., (2009). Remittances, institutions and growth: a semiparametric study. International Economic Journal, 23(1): 111-119

Ruiz, I., & Vargas-Silva, C., (2009). Crime and remittance transfers. Eastern Economic Journal, 35(2): 232-247

Ruiz, I., & Vargas-Silva, C., (2009). To send or not to send: that is the question. A review of the literature on remittances. Journal of Business Strategies, 26(1): 73-98

Samuels, G., (2009). Dollarization and monetary control: the case of Panama. Papers and Proceedings, Academy of Economics and Finance, 33: 233-235

Vargas-Silva, C., (2009). The tale of three amigos: remittances, exchange rates and money demand in Mexico. Review of Development Economics, 13(1): 1-14

2008

Balderas, J. Ulyses, & Nath, H., (2008). Inflation and relative price variability in Mexico: the role of remittances. Applied Economics Letters, 15(3): 181-185

Bumpass, D., (2008). Factors influencing governors’ salaries: an update and extension. The Journal of Economics, 34(1):

Enders, W., Freeman, D., & Hoover, G., (2008). Non-white poverty and macro economy: the impact of growth. American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, 98(2): 398-402

Frank, M., (2008). Media substitution in advertising: a spirited case study. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 26(1): 308–326 Gonzalez, F., (2008). Precautionary principle, robustness, and optimal taxes for a stock pollutant with multiplicative risk. Environmental and Resource Economics, 41(1): 25-46

Gonzalez, F., (2008). Optimal policy response with control variable and intercept covariance. Computational, 31(1): 1-20

Grant, D., & Toma, M., (2008). Elemental tests of the traditional rational voting model. Public Choice, 137(1): 173-195

Nath, H., (2008). The information society. SIBCOLTEJO—A Journal of Sibsagar College Teachers’ Unit, 5

Pozo, S., & Ruiz, I., (2008). Exchange rates and U.S. direct investment into Latin America. Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 17(3): 403-430

Quast, T., (2008). Did federal regulation discourage facilities-based entry into U.S. local telecommunications markets? Telecommunications Policy, 32(8): 572-581

Quast, T., (2008). Do elected public utility commissioners behave more politically than appointed ones? Journal of Regulatory Economics, 33(3): 318-337

Quast, T., Sappington, D., & Shenkman, B., (2008). Does the quality of care in Medicaid MCOs vary with the form of physician compensation? Health Economics, 17(4): 545-550

Smith, J., & Tuttle, M., (2008). Does defense spending really promote aggregate output in the U.S.? Defence and Peace Economics, 19(6)

Smith, J., & Tuttle, M., (2008). Disaggregated business fixed investment: the response of structures and equipment to macroeconomic fluctuations and policies. Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 41

Vargas-Silva, C., (2008). The effect of monetary policy on housing: a factor-augmented vector autoregression (FAVAR) approach. Applied Economics Letters, 15(10): 749-752

Vargas-Silva, C., (2008). Are remittances manna from heaven? A look at the business cycle properties of remittances. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 19(3): 290-303

Vargas-Silva, C., (2008). Monetary policy and the U.S. housing market: a VAR analysis imposing sign restrictions. Journal of Macroeconomics, 30(3): 977-990

2007

Alfred, C. Kelly, & Grant, D., (2007). Sanctions and recidivism: an evaluation of physician discipline by state medical boards. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 32(5): 867-885

Apte, M. Uday, & Nath, H., (2007). Size, structure, and growth of the U.S. information economy. Managing in the Information Economy: Current Research Issues 1-28

Blackburne, F. Edward, & Frank, M., (2007). Estimation of nonstationary heterogeneous panels. The Stata Journal, 7(2): 197–208

Freeman, D., (2007).Drunk driving legislation and traffic fatalities: new evidence on BAC 08 laws. Contemporary Economic Policy, 25(3): 293-308

Freeman, D., & Yerger, D., (2007). Differences in inflation’s impact upon productivity growth across inflation regimes: the German case. Journal of International Business Disciplines, 1(2): 105-115

Fontela, M., & Gonzalez, F., (2007). Self-fulfilling and fundamental banking crises: a multinomial logit approach. Economics Bulletin, 6(17): 1-11

Gonzalez, F., Gonzalez, J., & Rodriguez, A., (2007). Uncertainty about the persistence of cost-push shocks and the optimal reaction of the monetary authority. Banco de Mexico, Working Paper

Grant, D., (2007). Grades as information. Economics of Education Review, 26(2): 201-214

Hegwood, N., & Papell, D., (2007). Are real GDP levels trend, difference, or regime-wise trend stationary? Evidence from panel data tests incorporating structural change. Southern Economic Journal, 74(1):104-113

Keener, G., & Tuttle, M., (2007). The U.S. current account: the impact of household wealth. Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, 8(2):

Mamun, A. Khawaja, & Nath, H., (2007). Trade, growth, and wage inequality in Bangladesh. Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 16(4): 505-5287

2006

Berg, D., Bumpass, D., & Tuttle, M., (2006). State government employment versus population: does size matter? Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings, 30:

Berg, M. Douglas, & Stretcher, R., (2006). Textbook treatment of the constant growth valuation model: An assessment of congruence with reality. Journal of Economics and Finance Education, 5(2):17-25

Berg, M. Douglas, & Yan, X., (2006). Semiparametric estimation of rational expectation models. Journal of Quantitative Economics, 4(1):29-40

Bruce, D., Tuttle, M., & Fox, W., (2006). Tax base elasticities: a multi-state analysis of long run and short run dynamic. Southern Economic Journal, 73(2)

Bumpass, D., (2006). Arthur burns and the early years of the council of economic advisors. Midwestern Business and Economics Review

Freeman, D., & Yerger, D., (2006). Threshold effects between German inflation and productivity growth. Business Research Yearbook 13: 228-233

Gauger, J., & Tuttle, M., (2006). Wealth and the distribution of income: permanent and transitory effects. Review of Income and Wealth, 52(4)

Nath, H., & Sarker, J., (2006). Diminishing marginal impatience: its promises for asset pricing. Applied Financial Economics Letters 2(1): 61-64

Samuels, G., (2006). Okun’s law: measurement considerations. Papers and Proceedings, Academy of Economics and Finance, 30: 277-280

2005

Freeman, D., (2005). A change-point analysis of the growth effects of state banking deregulation. Economic Inquiry, 43(3): 601-13

Gonzalez, F., & Rodriguez, A., (2005). Robust control: a note on the response of the control to changes in the ‘free’ parameter. Economics Letters, 89(3): 294-299

Grant, D., (2005). Information and sorting in the market for obstetrical services. Health Economics, 14(7): 703-719

Grant, D., (2005). Explaining source of payment differences in U.S. cesarean rates: why do privately insured mothers receive more cesareans than mothers who are not privately insured? Health Care Management Science, 8(1): 5-17

Mamun, A. Khawaja, & Nath, H., (2005). Export-led growth in Bangladesh: a time series analysis. Applied Economics Letters, 12(6): 361-364

Nath, H., (2005). The rise of an enclave economy. India’s Northeast: Development Issues in a Historical Perspective, 121-140

Nath, H., & Stretcher, R., (2005). Small menu costs and large business cycles: an extension of the Mankiw Model. Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, 6(2): 21:32

2004

Apte, M. Uday, & Nath, H., (2004). Assessing cross-industry effects of B2B e-commerce.  Journal of Strategic E-Commerce, 2(2): 51-80

Berg, M. Douglas, & Bumpass, L. Donald, (2004).Racial differences in interest rates. Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 34: 9-22

Blackburne, E., & Steward, D., (2004). Racial profiling: Texas traffic stops and searches. Texas Criminal Justice Reform Coalition

Gonzalez, F., & Rodriguez, A., (2004). Robust control: a note on the response of the control to changes in the ‘free’ parameter conditional on the character of nature. Computational Economics, 24(3): 223-238

Grant, D., & Rutner, S., (2004).The effect of bicycle helmet legislation on bicycling fatalities. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 23(3): 595-611

Grant, D., & McInnes, M. Melayne, (2004). Malpractice experience and the incidence of cesarean delivery: a physician-level longitudinal analysis. Inquiry, 41(2): 179-188

Nath, H., (2004). Relative importance of sectoral and aggregate sources of price changes. Applied Economics, 36(16): 1781-96

Nath, H., (2004). Inflation and relative price variability: short-run vs. long-run. Economics Letters, 82(3) 363-69

Nath, H., (2004). Relative price changes as supply shocks: evidence from U.S. cities. Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, 41(3&4):

Nath, H., (2004). Are regional tastes converging? The case of alcohol. Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 39-51

2003

Blackburne, E., Gentry, D., & Green, W., (2003). Primary prevention for type 2 diabetes: a pharmacoeconomic model. Diabetes 52, Supplement 1

Blackburne, E., & Steward, D., (2003). Enhancing Texas criminal justice effectiveness while reducing operating cost and racial disparities in incarceration rates. The NAACP National Voter Fund

Bruce, D., Garrison, C., & Tuttle, M., (2003). Changes in income concentration: taxes or macroeconomic conditions? Economic Inquiry, 41(1):

Bumpass, D., Muehsham, V., Reed, P., & Williams, A., (2003). Strictly roots natural hair care salon – 2001. Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases, 11(9): 236-241

Frank, M., (2003). Regional economic growth: do neighboring nations matter? Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 32: 1–9

Frank, M., (2003). An empirical analysis of electricity regulation on technical change in Texas. Review of Industrial Organization, 22(4): 313–331 (2003)

Freeman, D., (2003). Trickling down the rising tide: new estimates of the link between poverty and the macroeconomy. Southern Economic Journal, 70(2): 359-373

Freeman, D., (2003). Poverty and the macroeconomy: estimates from U.S. regional data. Contemporary Economic Policy, 358-371

Freeman, D., (2003). Is health care a necessity or a luxury? pooled estimates of income elasticity from U.S. state-level data. Applied Economics, 35(5):  495-502

Grant, D., (2003). The effect of implicit contracts on the movement of wages over the business cycle: evidence from the national longitudinal surveys. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 56(3): 393-408

Hegwood, N., (2003). A long-run time series analysis of US and UK unemployment rates. Midwestern Business and Economic Review. 32:11-14

2002

Freeman, D., (2002). The relationship of inequality to economic growth: evidence from U.S. state-level data. Pennsylvania Economic Review, 11(2): 24–36

Freeman, D., (2002). Did state bank branch deregulation produce large growth effects? Economics Letters, 75(3): 383-389

Freeman, D., & Frank, W. Mark, (2002).The relationship of inequality to economic growth: evidence from U.S. state-level data. Pennsylvania Economic Review, 24-36

Freeman, D., & Mathur, K. Vijay, (2002).A theoretical model of adolescent suicide and some evidence from U.S. data. Health Economics, 695-708

Green, D., & Reed, P., (2002). Strategic management. Prenntice-Hall Publishers, 215-224

Hegwood, N., & Papell, D., (2002). Purchasing power parity under the gold standard. Southern Economic Journal, 69(1):72-91

Samuels, G., (2002). What is expansionary monetary policy? Texas Labor Market Review

2001

Freeman, D., (2001). Panel tests of Okun’s law for ten industrial countries. Economic Inquiry, 39(4): 511-523

Freeman, D., (2001). Sources of fluctuations in regional growth. The Annals of Regional Science, 35(2): 249-266

Freeman, D., (2001). Beer and the business cycle. Applied Economics Letters, 8(1): 51-54

Freeman, D., (2001). The economic consequences of the welfare state: the case of Sweden. Pennsylvania Economic Review, 10(2): 39–46

Freeman, D., & Yerger, D., (2000). Interpreting cross-section and time-series tests of convergence: the case of labor productivity in manufacturing. Journal of Economics and Business, 53(6): 593-607

Grant, D., (2001). A comparison of the cyclical behavior of union and nonunion wages in the United States. The Journal of Human Resources, 36(1): 31-57

2000

Berg, M. Douglas, (2000). Estimating cumulative hydrocarbon discovery. Journal of Quantitative Economics. 16(2):45-52

Berg, M. Douglas, Li, Q., & Ullah, A., (2000). Instrumental variable estimation of semiparametric dynamic panel data models: Monte Carlo results on several new and existing estimators. Advances In Econometrics, (15):297-315

Brown, R., Green, D., & Reed, P., (2000). Rockford, wayne & company. Journal of Applied Case Research, 2(1):59-66

Bumpass, D., Kavanaugh, J., Reed, P., Ronald, E., & Thomas, O., (2000). CeeBees furniture outlet. Effective Small Business Management, 6: 117-124

Freeman, D., (2000). Alternative panel estimates of alcohol demand, taxation and the business cycle. Southern Economic Journal, 67(2): 325-344

Freeman, D., (2000). Regional tests of Okun’s law. International Advances in Economic Research, 6(3): 557-570

Freeman, D., & Yerger, D., (2000). Does inflation lower productivity? time series evidence on the impact of inflation on labor productivity in 12 OECD nations. Atlantic Economic Journal, 28(3): 315-332

Grant, D., (2000). Race and cesarean delivery in Florida. The Review of Black Political Economy, 28(1): 37-47

1999

Apte, M., Uday, & Nath, H., (1999). Service industries in today’s information economy. Proceedings of the Service Operations Management Conference, 106-111

Berg, M. Douglas, & Moroney, R., John, (1999). An integrated model of oil production. The Energy Journal, 20(1)

Freeman, D., (1998). A note on economic conditions and alcohol problems. Journal of Health Economics, 18(5): 661-670

Freeman, D., (1999). Grade divergence as a market outcome. The Journal of Economic Education, 30(4): 344-351

Grant, D., (1999). Recycling and market power: a more general model and re-evaluation of the evidence. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 17(1): 59-809

1998

Berg, M. Douglas, & Manniam, B., (1998). U.S. foreign direct investment in Mexico, Chile, and Brazil. International Business and Ecology Research Yearbook, 167-172

Bumpass, D., Earl, R., & Reed, P., (1998). Railtex, inc., 1998. Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases, 7: 162-173

Freeman, D., (1998). Unit roots in the presence of moving average errors: tests of consumer price inflation. Applied Economics Letters, 5(9): 577-81

Freeman, D., (1998). Determinants of youth suicide: the easterlin-holinger cohort hypothesis re-examined. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 57(2): 183-200

Freeman, D., (1998). Do core inflation measures forecast inflation? (Donald Freeman). Economics Letters, 143-47 (1998)

Freeman, D., & Yerger, D., (1998). Inflation and multifactor productivity growth: a response to smyth. Applied Economics Letters, 5(12): 271-74

Grant, D., (1998). Searching for the downsian voter with a simple structural model. Economics and Politics, 10(2): 107-126

Hegwood, N., & Papell, D., (1998). Quasi purchasing power parity. International Journal of Finance and Economics, 3:279-289

Samuels. G., Jorge, A., & Moncarz, R., (1998). Carribean migration. Proceedings of the International Trade and Finance Association

1997

Berg, M. Douglas (1997) Evidence of perfectly reversible price response in U.S. gasoline demand: a semiparametric approach, Advances in the Economics of Energy Resources.

Bumpass, D., Earl, R., & Reed, P., (1997). Railtex, inc., 1997. Proceedings: Allied Academies International Conference, 28-38

Freeman, D., & Yerger, D., (1997). Inflation and total factor productivity: the case of Germany. Weltwirtschaftliches, 133(1): 158-163


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