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James E. Payne, Ph.D.

Interim Dean and Professor of Economics College of Arts and Sciences



Illinois State University Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Economics and Finance (www.springer.com/journaI/12197)

Office:

College of Arts and Sciences Illinois State University Normal,IL 61790-4100 309-438-1406

Email: jepayne@ilstu.edu

Home:

1601 Cutter Court Normal,IL 61761 309-532-1903 (cell)

Education:

B.A. in Economics, May 1985, Berea College, Berea, KY

M.S. in Economics, August 1987, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL Ph.D. in Economics, April 1989, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Administrative Appointments and Duties:

Interim Dean and Professor of Economics (April], 2009 to present), College of Arts and Sciences, Illinois State University, Normal, IL

Currently manage a College of 16 departments/schools with 326 tenure-track faculty, 138 full/part-time non-tenure faculty, 62 administrative professionals, and 57 civil service staff. The College staff includes three associate deans, one assistant dean, and three administrative staff. The College offers at the undergraduate level 19 B.S. and 17 B.A. degree programs, 44 discipline-based minors, and 14 interdisciplinary minors. The College offers at the graduate level 5 Doctoral degree programs along with 17 M.S. and 12 M.A. degree programs. The College's overall budget is $47.4 million.

Responsibilities include oversight of departments/schools, personnel decisions, budget planning and management, facilities and technology, liaison to University administration, community engagement and outreach, enhancing alumni relations, and fundraising activities.

Fundraising on behalf of the College during this period: $3,889,135 Grant funding on behalf of the College during this period: $12,533,119

Chair and Professor of Economics (July 2003-March 2009), Department of Economics, Illinois State University, Normal, IL

Managed a department of 16 tenure-track, 4 non-tenure track faculty, and 2 administrative staff with a personnel and operating budget of over $1.5 million.

Responsibilities include curriculum development and oversight of the undergraduate and graduate programs, hiring of faculty and administrative staff, fundraising activities, fostering an active research environment for faculty and students, facilitating the Department's involvement with the Stevenson Center for Community Economic Development and the Institute for Regulatory Policy Studies, enhancing alumni relations, and serving as the Department's liaison to external constituencies.

Fundraising on behalf of the Department, July 1,2003 to March 31, 2009: $1,037,000 Grant funding on behalf of the Department, July 1,2003 to March 21, 2009: $2,777,541

Previous Tenure-Track Academic Appointments:

Professor (2001-2003), Associate Professor (1994-200 I), Assistant Professor (1992- 1994), Department of Accounting, Finance, and Information Systems, College of Business and Technology (accredited by AACSB International), Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY.

Assistant Professor (1989-1992), Department of Economics, School of Business Administration (accredited by AACSB International), Oakland University, Rochester, MI

Visiting Academic Appointments:

Fulbright Research Scholar (Spring-Summer 2000) and Fulbright Senior Specialist (May 2007), Institute of Economics-Zagreb, Croatia: Research collaborations with the Institute ofEconornics-Zagreb and the Croatian National Bank on monetary policy and banking issues.

Visiting Associate Professor (1999-2000), Department of Economics, Gatton College of Business and Economics (accredited by AACSB International), University of Kentucky, Lexington, K Y

Visiting Assistant Professor (Summer 1994), Economics Institute, Boulder, CO

Visiting Assistant Professor (1988-1989), Department of Economics and International Business, College of Business (accredited by AACSB International), University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

Service:

Internal Service:

Department:

Recruiting Committee, Oakland University, 1990-] 991

Faculty Advisor, Economics Club, Oakland University, 1990-1992

Faculty Advisor, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Oakland University, 1991-1992 Colloquium Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1992-1997 Academic Practices Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1992-1997 Long Range Planning Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1993-1997

Chaired Committee on Evaluation of the BBA Degree in Economics, Eastern Kentucky

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University, 1994

Faculty Advisor, Eastern Kentucky University, 1994-1999

Merit Pay Review Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1996-1998

Merit Pay Policy Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1996-1998

Promotion and Tenure Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1997-1998 Non-Tenure Review Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 2002

Department Faculty Status Committee, Illinois State University, 2003-present Graduate Curriculum Committee, Illinois State University, 2003-present. Appointment, Salary, Promotion and Tenure Department Review Committee, Illinois

State University, 2003-2009

University Research Grant Department Review Committee, Illinois State University,

2003-2009

Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Illinois State University, 2004-2009 Department Journal Ranking Committee, Illinois State University, 2004-2009 Department External Liaison, Illinois State University, 2005-2009 Recruitment Committee, Illinois State University, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 Departmental Advancement Award, Illinois State University, 2006

Departmental Advancement Award Honorable Mention, Illinois State University, 2007 Departmental Advancement Award, Illinois State University, 2008

Departmental Fundraising Award, Illinois State University, 2009

College:

Computer Advisory Council, Oakland University, 1989-1990

MBA Curriculum Review Committee, Oakland University, 1991-1992

Ad Hoc Committee on Internationalization, Eastern Kentucky University, 1992-1996 Graduate Curriculum Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1993-1997 Leadership Committee for AACSB International Accreditation, Eastern Kentucky University, 1996-1997

Faculty Development Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1998-1999 Merit Pay Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1997-1998

Sabbatical Leave Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1997-1998,2002 Stevenson Center Task Force, Illinois State University, 2003-present

Search Committee for Faculty Directorship of Stevenson Center, Illinois State University, 2003

College Faculty Status Committee, Illinois State University, 2009-present

University:

Library Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1993-1996 Research Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 1994-1996

Faculty Advisor, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Eastern Kentucky University, 2001-2002 Faculty Senate, Eastern Kentucky University, 2001-2003

Undergraduate Scholarly and Creative Activities Committee, Eastern Kentucky University, 2002

Chairs Council, Illinois State University, 2003-2009

Provost Appointee, College of Business Dean Search Committee, Illinois State University, 2006-2007

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Provost Advisory Council, Illinois State University, 2009-present

External Service:

Referee for 61 journals: African Economic Research Consortium Series,

African Journal of Business Management, American Economist, Applied Economics, Applied Energy, Asia Pacific Management Review, Bulletin of Economic Research, Contemporary Economic Policy, Defence Economics, Economic Change and Restructuring, Economic Issues, Economics of Education Review, EIZ Working Paper Series, Ekonomska Istrazivania-Economic Research, Emerging Markets, Finance, and Trade, Energy Economics, Energy & Fuels, Energy Policy, Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, Environmental Hazards, Frontiers in Finance and Economics, International Economic Review, International Tax and Public Finance, Growth and Change, International Academy of Business.and Economics, Journal of African Economies, Journal of African Finance and Economic Development, Journal of Asian Economics, Journal of Business, Industry and Economics, Journal of Comparative Economics, Journal of Computers, Journal of Developing Areas, Journal of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Journal of Economics and Business, Journal of Economics and Finance, Journal of Economic Studies, Journal of Forensic Economics, Journal of Legal Economics, Journal of Macroeconomics, Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, Journal of Regional Science, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Journal of Risk and Insurance, Journal of Sports Economics, Kentucky Journal of Economics and Business, Managerial and Decision Economics, Litigation Economics Review, Managerial Finance, Manchester School, National Tax Journal, Natural Resources Research, Public Choice, Public Finance Review, Review of Financial Economics, Review of International Economics, Southern Business and Economic Journal, Southern Economic Journal, Tourism Economics, Tourism Management, Quantitative Finance, and Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance

Reviewer for Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Duxbury Publishing Company, Harcourt Brace College Publishers, Houghton Mifflin Company, MacMillan Publishing Company, McGraw Hill Publishing Company, South-Western Publishing Company, Thomson, West Publishing Company, and Worth Publishing

Editorial Boards, Journal of Economics and Finance, 1990-1993; Global Review of Business and Economics Research, 2003 to present; Journal of Forensic Economics, 2004 to present; Frontiers in Finance and Economics, 2005 to present; Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss Analysis, 2005 to present; International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education, 2007 to present; Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 2009 to present; Economics Research International, 2010 to present.

External Reviewer Promotion and Tenure, Department of Economics, University of Kentucky, Fall 1997.

External Reviewer, Promotion, Department of Economics, American University of Sharjah, Fall 2005.

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External Reviewer, Promotion and Tenure, Department of Economics, Finance, and International Business, University of Southern Mississippi, Fall 2007.

External Reviewer, Promotion, Department of Economics, Old Dominion University, Fall 2008.

External Reviewer, Promotion and Tenure, Department of Economics and Finance,

College of Charleston, Fall 2008.

Program Reviewer, Department of Economics, University of Cincinnati, Fall 2008. Program Reviewer, Department of Economics, Missouri State University, Fall 2010. Reviewer for Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship Program (Business

Administration), Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State administered by the International Research and Exchanges Board, 2004.

Reviewer for Standard Research Grants Program of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2008.

Reader for College Board Advanced Placement Exams in Macroeconomics, University of

Nebraska at Lincoln, 2006.

Reviewer for College Board Advanced Placement Course Audit, 2007. Board of Directors, Kentucky Economics Association, 1993-1996 Program Chair, Kentucky Economics Association, 1996-1997 President, Kentucky Economics Association, 1997-1998

Kentucky Canadian Studies Roundtable Steering Committee, 1996 Board of Directors, Kentucky Canadian Studies, 1996-1998

Editor, Journal of Economics and Finance, 2003 to present

Executive Board, Academy of Economics and Finance, 2003 to present

Board of Advisors, Institute for Regulatory Policy Studies at Illinois State University, 2004 to present

Community Outreach:

Quarterly Economic Summit Panel Discussions sponsored by the Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council

Quarterly presentations of McLean Country Economic Activity Index sponsored by the Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council

Numerous interviews on current economic issues for the local press

Numerous radio interviews on current economic events

Consulting Experience:

Consultant to the following law firms:

Kingery, Durree, Wakeman, Ryan & Associates, Peoria, IL, 2005-2006 (2 cases) Siebert & Johnson, Louisville, KY, 2003 (1 case)

Baker, Kriz, Jenkins & Prewitt, Lexington, KY, 2002 (1 case) Burnam, Thompson, Weldon, Simons & Dunlap, 2001-2002 (2 cases) Angela Patrick & Associates, Mt. Sterling, KY, 2001 (1 case)

Coy, Gilbert & Gilbert, Lexington, KY, 2001 (1 case)

Webb, Hoskins, Glover & Thompson, Lexington, KY, 1997-1998 (3 cases) Gullette & Gullette, Nicholasville, KY, 1997-1999 (5 cases)

Robin Cornette & Patrick Nash, Lexington, KY, 1998 (1 case)

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Anggelis, Gordon, Simpson & Roberts, Lexington, KY, 1997 (3 cases) Richard Hay, Somerset, KY, 1997 (1 case)

Miller, Griffin & Marks, Lexington, KY, 1996 (1 case) Philpot & Sullivan, Lexington, KY, 1995 (4 cases) Dawahare, Lexington, K Y, 1994-1996 (2 cases)

Invited Council Member of the Gerson Lehrman Group Policy & Economics Council, Washington, DC, 2006 to present.

Consultant to Kentucky gubernatorial candidate on state tax reform, 1995.

Honors:

Joel Dean Scholar in Economics, 1984 Phi Kappa Phi, 1985

Pi Gamma Mu National Scholar, 1985 Outstanding Young Men of America, 1989 Distinguished Leadership Award, ] 990 Who's Who in the Midwest, 1991

Who's Who in the South and Southwest, 1995 Fulbright Scholar, 2000

Outstanding Faculty, College of Business and Technology, Eastern Kentucky University,

2001

Governor's Award in the Arts, 2002 Who's Who in America, 2002,2007

Top Economists List based on Number of Articles (ranked 116). Study sponsored by

European Economic Association (student.ulb.ac.be/~tcoupe/rank1000.html) Who's Who in Social Sciences Higher Education, 2004

Who's Who among America's Teachers, 2005/2006

Research Fellow, Academy of Economics and Finance, 2006

Empire Who's Who Among Executives and Professionals in Education, 2006/2007 Fulbright Senior Specialist A ward, 2007

Teaching Fellow, Academy of Economics and Finance, 2009

Courses Taught:

Undergraduate:

Basic Economics, Economics of Social Issues, Microeconomic Principles, Macroeconomic Principles, Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Money and Banking, Regional Economics, Business Statistics I and II, and Quantitative Methods.

Graduate:

Business Statistical Methods (MBA), Business Forecasting (MBA), Money, Financial Institutions and Markets (MBA), Survey of Economics (MBA), Seminar in Local Economic Development eMS), Graduate Readings in Economics eMS), and Graduate Research in Applied Economics eMS).

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Current Research Interests:

Finance, International Finance/Open-Economy Macroeconomics, Public Finance, Energy Economics, Applied Time Series Econometrics

Refereed Journal Articles and Edited Book Chapters:

180. "Political and Institutional Factors in the Convergence of International Equity Markets: Evidence from the Club Convergence and Clustering Procedure" with Nicholas Apergis and Christina Christou, (invited), Special Issue: Current Issues in Financial Economics, Atlantic Economic Journal, forthcoming.

179. "An Analysis of Oil Production by OPEC Countries: Persistence, Breaks, and Outliers" with Luis Gil-Alana and Carlos P. Barros, Energy Policy, forthcoming.

178. "Renewable Energy Consumption, Growth, and Economic Development: An Exploratory Panel Analysis" with Nicholas Apergis, (invited), Advances in Energy Research, forthcoming.

177. "Convergence Patterns in Equity Markets: International Evidence from the Club Convergence and Clustering Procedure" with Nicholas Apergis and Christina Christou, Advances in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management, forthcoming.

176. "On the Dynamics of Poverty and Income Inequality in U.S. States" with Nicholas Apergis and Oguzhan Dincer, Journal of Economic Studies, forthcoming.

175. "The Tourism-Growth Nexus in Croatia" with Andrea Mervar, Tourism Economics, forthcoming.

174. "On Biomass Energy Consumption and Real Output in the U.S.", Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, forthcoming.

173. "U.S. Disaggregate Fossil Fuel Consumption and Real GDP: An Empirical Note", Energy Sources. Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, forthcoming.

172. "Long-Run Relationship between REIT Prices and Inflation: Evidence from Bounds Testing", Finance Letters, forthcoming.

171. "The Renewable Energy Consumption-Growth Nexus in Central America" with Nicholas Apergis, Applied Energy, 88(1), January 2011,343-347.

170. "Religious Diversity and Corruption: Cross-Country Evidence" with Oguzhan Dincer, International Political Economy, edited by Miguel-Angel Galindo Martin and Edward Nissan, (Nova Science Publishers: New York), 2010, Chapter 14,203-216.

169. "Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in South America: Evidence from a Panel Error Correction Model" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Economics, 32(6), November 2010, 1421-1426.

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168. "Renewable Energy Consumption and Growth in Eurasia" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Economics, 32(6), November 2010, 1392-1397.

167. "Does Energy Consumption by the U.S. Electric Power Sector Exhibit Long Memory Behavior?" with Luis A. Gil-Alana and David Loomis, Energy Policy, 38(11), November 2010, 7512-7518.

166. "Sectoral Analysis of the Causal Relationship between Renewable and NonRenewable Energy Consumption and Real Output in the U.S." with Nicholas Bowden (student), Energy Sources, PartB: Economics, Planning, and Policy, 5(4), October 2010, 400-408.

165. "Introduction to the Symposium on Mathematics and Economics: Some Perspectives from the Mathematical Association of America Curriculum Foundation Seminar", with Richard Vogel, Journal of Economics and Finance, 34(4), October 2010, 468-470.

164. "The Relationship between Corruption and Income Inequality in U.S. States:

Evidence from a Panel Cointegration and Error Correction Model" with Nicholas Apergis and Oguzhan Dincer, Public Choice, 145(1-2), October 2010, 125-135.

163. "Structural Breaks and Petroleum Consumption in U.S. States: Are Shocks Transitory or Permanent?" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Policy, 38(10), October 2010, 6375-6378.

162. "On the Causal Dynamics between Emissions, Nuclear Energy, Renewable Energy, and Economic Growth: A Panel Investigation" with Nicholas Apergis, Kojo Menyah, and Yemane Wolde-Rufael, Ecological Economics, 69(11), September 2010,2255-2260.

161. "An Assessment of the Economic Impact of the Wind Turbine Supply Chain in Illinois" with Lon Carlson and David Loomis, The Electricity Journal, 23(7), August/September 2010, 75-93.

160. "Natural Gas Consumption and Growth: A Panel Investigation of 67 Countries" with Nicholas Apergis, Applied Energy, 87(8), August 2010, 2759-2763.

159. "Are Shocks to Natural Gas Consumption Temporary or Permanent? Evidence from a Panel of U.S. States" with Nicholas Apergis and David Loomis, Energy Policy, 38(8), August 2010, 4734-4736.

158. "Tax More or Spend Less? Asymmetries in the UK Revenue-Expenditure Nexus" with James W. Saunoris (student), Journal of Policy Modeling,32(4), July/August 2010, 478-487.

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157. "Nuclear Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in the u.s.: An Empirical Note" with J.P. Taylor (student), Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, 5(3), July 2010,301-307.

156. "Are Fluctuations in Coal Consumption Transitory or Permanent? Evidence from a Panel of U.S. States" with Nicholas Apergis and David Loomis, Applied Energy, 87(7), July 2010, 2424~2426.

155. "The Causal Dynamics between Coal Consumption and Growth: Evidence from Emerging Market Economies" with Nicholas Apergis, Applied Energy, 87(6), June 2010, 1972-1977.

154. "A Panel Study of Nuclear Energy Consumption and Economic Growth" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Economics, 32(3), May 2010, 545-549.

153. "Coal Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence from a Panel of OECD Countries" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Policy, 38(3), March 2010, 1353-] 359.

152. "A Survey of the Electricity Consumption-Growth Literature", Applied Energy, 87(3), March 2010, 723-731. [LEAD ARTICLE]

151. "Survey of the International Evidence on the Causal Relationship between Energy Consumption and Growth", Journal of Economic Studies, 37(1), January 2010,53-95.

150. "Renewable Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence from a Panel of OECD Countries" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Policy, 38(1), January 2010,656- 660.

149. "The Emissions, Energy Consumption and Growth Nexus: Evidence from the Commonwealth ofIndependent States" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Policy, 38(1), January 2010,650-655.

148. "Modeling Wind Speed and Time Varying Turbulence in Geographically Dispersed Markets in China" with Brian Carroll (student), Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 31 (19), December 2009, 1759-1769.

147. "On the Dynamics of Energy Consumption and Employment in Illinois", Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 39(2), 2009, 126-130.

146. "Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence from the Commonwealth ofIndependent States" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Economics, 31(5), September 2009,641-647.

145. "Official Dollarization in E1 Salvador and the Inflation-Inflation Uncertainty Nexus", Applied Economic Letters, 16(12), August 2009,1195-1199.

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144. "C02 Emissions, Energy Usage, and Output in Central America" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Policy, 37(8), August 2009,3282-3286.

143. "Further Evidence on Modeling Wind Speed and Time-Varying Turbulence", Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 31(13), August 2009, 1194-1203.

142. "Asymmetric Modeling of the Revenue-Expenditure Nexus: Evidence from Aggregate State and Local Govermnent in the U.S." with Matthew Zapf (student) Applied Economics Letters, 16(9), June 2009,871-876. [LEAD ARTICLE].

141. "Hotel Tax Receipts and the 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil': A Time Series Intervention Seasonal ARIMA Model with Time-Varying Variance" with Michael Toma and Richard McGrath, Applied Economics Letters, 16(7); May 2009,653-656. [LEAD ARTICLE].

140. "On the Dynamics of Energy Consumption and Output in the U.S.", Applied Energy, 86(4), April 2009, 575-577.

139. "The Causal Relationship between U.S. Energy Consumption and Real Output: A Disaggregated Analysis" with Nicholas Bowden (student), Journal of Policy Modeling, 31(2), March-April 2009, 180-188.

138. "Day-Ahead Premiums for the Midwest ISO" with Nicholas Bowden (student) and Su Bu (student), The Electricity Journal, 22(2), March 2009, 64-73.

137. "Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in Central America: Evidence from a Panel Cointegration and Error Correction Model" with Nicholas Apergis, Energy Economics, 31(2), March 2009, 211-216.

136. "Inflation Targeting and the Inflation-Inflation Uncertainty Relationship: Evidence from Thailand", Applied Economics Letters, 16(3), February, 2009, 233-238.

135. "Inflation and Inflation Uncertainty in the U.S.: A Longer Term Perspective", Empirical Economic Letters, 7(12), December 2008, 1159-1165.

134. "Inflation and Inflation Uncertainty: Evidence from the Caribbean Region", Journal of Economic Studies, 35(6), November 2008,501-511.

133. "Short Term Forecasting of Electricity Price for MISO Hubs: Evidence from ARIMA-EGARCH Models" with Nicholas Bowden (student), Energy Economics, 30(6), November 2008,3186-3197.

132. "Interest Rate Pass Through and Asymmetric Adjustment: Evidence from the Federal Funds Rate Operating Target Period" with George A. Waters, Applied Economics, 40(11), June 2008, 1355-1362. [LEAD ARTICLE].

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131. "Turkish Budget Deficit Sustainability and the Revenue-Expenditure Nexus" with Hassan Mohammadi and Murat Cak (visiting scholar), Applied Economics, 40(7), April 2008, 823-830.

130. "R&D Spending and Economic Growth in the United States: A Disaggregated Approach" with Rajeev Goel and Rati Ram, Journal of Policy Modeling, 30(2), MarchApril 2008, 237-250.

129. "Testing for a Unit Root in the Net Discount Rate: A Survey of the Empirical Results", Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss Analysis, 2(2), December 2007, Article 4.

128. "Interest Rate Pass Through and Asymmetries in Adjustable Rate Mortgages", Applied Financial Economics, 17(17), November 2007, 1369-1376. (LEAD ARTICLE].

127. "Modeling and Forecasting Airport Passengers: A Case Study for an Introductory Forecasting Course" with J.P. Taylor (student), International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education, 2(2), November 2007,167-182.

126. "An Analysis of Foreign Tourism Demand for Croatian Destinations: Long-Run Elasticity Estimates" with Andrea Mervar, Tourism Economics, 13(3), September 2007, 407-420. (EIZ Working Papers-0701)

] 25. "New Evidence on Modeling the Phillips Curve and Time-Varying Volatility" with James Saunoris (student), Economia Internazionale!International Economics, 60(3), August 2007,355-364.

124. "REIT Markets and Rational Speculative Bubbles: An Empirical Investigation" with George A Waters, Applied Financial Economics, 17(9), June 2007, 747-753.

123. "Relative Forecasting Performance ofREIT Return Volatility" with Bradley T. Ewing and Mark A. Thompson, Forecasting Letters, 1(3), March 2007.

122. "Have Equity REITs Experienced Periodically Collapsing Bubbles?" with George A. Waters, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 34(2), 2007,207-224.

121. "The Long-Run Relationship between Private and Public Savings: An Empirical Note" with Abir MandaI (student), Journal of Economics and Finance, 31(1), Spring 2007,99-103.

120. "Asymmetries in the Lending-Deposit Rate Spread: The Case of the Philippines" with Chu V. Nguyen, Empirical Economics Letters, 6(1), January 2007, 1-10. [LEAD ARTICLE].

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119. "Wagner's Hypothesis: New Evidence from the U.S. Using Bounds Testing Approach" with Bradley T. Ewing and Hassan Mohammadi, The Elgar Companion to Public Economics: Empirical Public Economics edited by Attiat F. Ott and Richard J. Cebula (Edgar Elgar Publishing Co.: United Kingdom), 2006, 30-40.

118. "More on the Monetary Transmission Mechanism: Mortgage Rates and the Federal Funds Rate", Journal or Post Keynesian Economics, 29(2), Winter 2006-2007,249-259.

117. "Time Series Properties of Capitalization Rates: A Comment and Extension" with Hassan Mohammadi, Journal of Forensic Economics, 19(1), Winter 2006,85-87.

116. "Privatization, Foreign Bank Entry and Bank Efficiency in Croatia: A FourierFlexible Function Stochastic Cost Frontier Analysis" with Evan Kraft and Richard A. Hofler, Applied Economics, 38(17), September 2006, 2075-2088.

115. "The Response of the Conventional Mortgage Rate to the Federal Funds Rate:

Symmetric or Asymmetric Adjustment" Applied Financial Economics Letters, 2(5), September 2006,279-284. [LEAD ARTICLE]

114. "Capital Mobility and the Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle: Re-Examination of Less Developed Countries" with Risa Kumazawa, The Manchester School, 74(5), September 2006,610-616.

] 13. "Capital Mobility and Savings-Investment Correlations: Panel Data Evidence from Transition Economies" with Hassan Mohamrnadi, Applied Economics Letters, 13(10), August 2006,611-613. [LEAD ARTICLE]

112. "Government Expenditures and Revenues: Evidence from Asymmetric Modeling" with Bradley T. Ewing, Mark Thompson, and Omar M. Al-Zoubi, Southern Economic Journal, 73(1), July 2006, ] 90-200.

111. "Efficiency in the National Basketball Association: A Stochastic Production Frontier Approach with Panel Data" with Richard A. Hofler, Managerial and Decision Economics, 27(4), June 2006, 279-285.

110. "Further Evidence on the Transmission of Shocks across REIT Markets: An Examination ofREIT Sub-Sectors", Applied Financial Economics Letters, 2(3), May 2006, 141-146. [LEAD ARTICLE]

109. "The Response of Sub-Sector REIT Returns to Shocks in Fundamental State Variables", Applied Financial Economics Letters, 2(2), March 2006, 71-75. [LEAD ARTICLE]

108. "Are Adjustments in the U.S. Budget Deficit Asymmetric? Another Look at Sustainability" with Hassan Mohommadi, Atlantic Economic Journal, 34(1), March 2006, 15-22.

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107. "Duration Dependence in Real Estate Investment Trusts" with Thomas A. Zuehlke, Applied Financial Economics, 16(3), March 2006, 413-423.

106. "Additional Panel Data Evidence on the Savings-Investment Correlation and Foreign Aid in LDCs" with Risa Kumazawa, Frontiers in Finance and Economics, 2(2), December 2005,58-65.

105. "Purchasing Power Parity: Evidence from a Transition Economy" with Junsoo Lee and Richard A. Hofler, Journal of Policy Modeling, 27(6), September 2005, 665-672.

104. "Measuring Volatility Persistence in the Presence of Sudden Changes in the Variance of Canadian Stock Market Returns" with Bradley T. Ewing and Farooq Malik, Canadian Journal of Economics, 38(3), August 2005, 1032-1051.

103. "Savings-Investment Dynamics in Mexico", Journal of Policy Modeling, 27(5), July 2005, 525-534. [LEAD ARTICLE]

102. "Volatility Forecasting of Global REIT Returns" with Bradley T. Ewing and Mark A. Thompson, Risk Letters, 1(2), June 2005.

10 1. "Migration, Economic Opportunity, and the Quality of Life, 1999-2000" with Richard 1. Cebula, RISEC: International Review of Economics and Business, 52(2), June 2005,245-253.

100. "Aggregate Demand Shocks and Current Account Asymmetry: Some Empirical Evidence" with Hassan Mohammadi and Naiwei Sun (student), Economia Internazionale/International Economics, 58(2), May 2005, 223-239.

99. "Capital Mobility, Foreign Aid, and Openness: Further Panel Data Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa" with Risa Kumazawa, Journal of Economics and Finance, 29(1), Spring 2005, 122-126.

98. "Further Evidence on the Relationship between Minimum Wages and Market Wages" with Sherrilyn BUlger, International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, 13(1), January-March 2005, 141-148.

97. "The Long-Run Relationship between Savings and Investment in India: Implications for Capital Mobility" with Hassan Mohammadi and Amit Prasad (student), International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, 13(1), January-March 2005, 85-94 .

96. "RElT Markets: Periodically Collapsing Negative Bubbles?" with George A. Waters, Applied Financial Economics Letters, 1(2),2005,65-69. [LEAD ARTICLE]. Erratum in Applied Financial Economics Letters, 2(1), January 2006,69.

95. "Research and Practice Issues in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Damage Analysis" with Frank Slesnick and Robert 1. Thornton in Developments in Litigation

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Economics, Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis Volume 87, edited by Patrick A. Gaughan and Robert J. Thornton, (Elsevier: United Kingdom), 2005, 159-203,

94. "The Response of Real Estate Investment Trust Returns to Macroeconomic Shocks" with Bradley T. Ewing, Journal of Business Research, 58(3), March 2005,293-300.

93. "An Empirical Note on the Differential Regional Impact of Fiscal and Monetary Shocks: A Generalized Impulse Response Analysis", Journal of Business, Industry and Economics, 4, 2004, 109-119.

92. "Long-Run Estimates of Money Demand in Romania" with Hassan Mohammadi and Andreea Andronescu (student), Applied Economics Letters, 11(14),2004,861-864.

91. "The Transmission of Shocks across Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) Markets" with Hassan Mohammadi, Applied Financial Economics, 14(17),2004,1211-1217. [LEAD ARTICLE]

90. "Correction: Forecasting Medical Net Discount Rates" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael J. Piette, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 7] (3), 2004, 557.

89. "Random Walks, Co integration, and the Transmission of Shocks across Global Real Estate and Stock Markets", with Anandi P. Sahu, Journal of Economics and Finance, 28(2), Summer 2004, 198-210.

88. "Monetary Volatility and the Paper-Bill Spread" with Bradley T. Ewing and Gerald 1. Lynch, Progress in Economics Research, (Nova Science Publishers: New York), 8,2004, 53-65.

87. "Money Demand and Currency Substitution: New Evidence from the Iranian Economy" with Marzieh Polhassani (student) and Hassan Mohammadi, Economia Internazionale/International Economics, 56(4), November 2003,423-433.

86. "Post Stabilization Estimates of Money Demand in Croatia: Error Correction Model Using the Bounds Testing Approach", Applied Economics, 35(16), November 2003, 1723-1727. Working Paper Economic Trends and Policy, edited by the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Croatia and the Institute of Economics, Zagreb, 93, 2003, 39- 52.

85. "Shocks to Macroeconomic State Variables and the Risk Premium of REITs" , Applied Economics Letters, 10(11), September 2003,671-677.

84. "The Paper-Bill Spread and Real Output: What Matters More, A Change in the Paper Rate or a Change in the Bill Rate?" with Bradley T. Ewing and Gerald J. Lynch, Review of Financial Economics, 12(3),2003,233-246. [LEAD ARTICLE]

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83. "Kentucky Property Insurance Surtax Revenue: A Comparison of Alternative Forecasting Approaches" with Ken Schwendeman (student), Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting, and Financial Management, 15(3), Fall 2003, 339-353. [LEAD ARTICLE]

82. "NAFTA and North American Stock Markets: An Intervention Analysis" with Bradley T. Ewing and Farooq Malik, Financial Decisions, (On-line journal www.financialdecisionsonline.org), 15(1), Spring 2003, 1-5.

81. "A Survey of the International Empirical Evidence on the Tax-Spend Debate", Public Finance Review, 31(3), May 2003,302-324.

80. "Forecasting Medical Net Discount Rates" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael 1. Piette, loumal of Risk and Insurance, 70(1),2003,85-95.

79. "Revenue-Expenditure Nexus in a Transition Economy: Evidence from Croatia" with Bradley T. Ewing and Richard 1. Cebula, Croatian Economic Survey, 6, 2003, 67- 76.

78. "Explaining Change in the Natural Rate of Unemployment: A Regional Approach" with Kevin 1. Murphy, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 43(2), Summer, 2003,345-368.

77. "The Effects of Macroeconomic Shocks on Sector-Specific Returns" with Bradley T. Ewing and Shawn M. Forbes, Applied Economics, 35(2), 2003,201-207.

76. "Price Transmission in the Antebellum Slave Markets: A Time Series Analysis" with Bradley T. Ewing, Mark Thornton, and Mark Yanochik, Review of Regional Studies, 32(2), Summer-Fall, 2002, 275-292.

75. "Unit Roots and Asymmetric Adjustment: Implications for Valuing Fringe Benefits", with Bradley T. Ewing, Michael 1. Piette, and Mark Thompson, Journal of Forensic Economics, 15(2),2002, 173-179.

74. "Random Walks and Market Efficiency: Evidence from International Real Estate Markets" with Anandi P. Sahu and Robert T. Kleiman, Journal of Real Estate Research, 24(3), November-December, 2002, 279-297.

73. "Inflationary Dynamics of a Transition Economy: The Croatian Experience", Journal of Policy Modeling, 24(3), June 2002,219-230. [LEAD ARTICLE] Reprinted in Croatian Economic Survey, 2000-2002, No.5, 2003, 155-169, and formerly working paper in Economic Trends and Policy, 81, 2000, 86-101. Both edited by the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Croatia and the Institute of Economics, Zagreb.

72. "A Note on Modeling Tourism Revenues in Croatia" with Andrea Mervar, Tourism Economics. 8(1), March 2002, 103-109. Reprinted in Croatia on the Way to the European Union, (Institute of Economics: Zagreb, Croatia), 2004, 122-131.

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71. "Total Offset Method: Is It Appropriate? Evidence from Eel Data" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael J, Piette, Journal of Legal Economics, 11 (2), Fall 2001, 1-17. [LEAD ARTICLE]. Reprinted in Economic Foundations of Injury and Death Damages, edited by Roger T. Kaufman, James D. Rodgers, and Gerald Martin, (Edward Elgar Publishing:

United Kingdom), 2005, 507-523.

70. "Reply: Confusions about 'Inflation Risk'" with Michael J. Piette, Journal of Legal Economics, 10(3), Winter 200] , 59-62.

69. "Transmission of Conditional Stock Price Volatility across North American Markets:

Evidence from Pre- and Post-NAFTA" with Bradley T. Ewing and Clifford Sowell, International Trade Journal, 15(4), October 2001,409-427.

68. "Time Series Behavior of Medical Cost Net Discount Rates: Implications for Total Offsetting and Forecasting" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael J. Piette, Journal of Forensic Economics, 15(1), Winter 2001,53-61. [LEAD ARTICLE]

67. "Comment: A Critique of the Joint Probability of Life, Participation, and Employment Approach" with Michael 1. Piette, Journal of Lega! Economics, 10(2), Fall 2000, 81-83.

66. "Post Stabilization Estimates of Money Demand in Croatia: The Role of the Exchange Rate and Currency Substitution", Ekonomski Pregled, 51(11-12), 2000, 1352- 1368.

65. "Are Net Discount Ratios Stationary? Evidence of Mean Reversion and Persistence" with Patrick Hays, Max Schreiber, Bradley T. Ewing, and Michael 1. Piette, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 67(3), 2000,439-449.

64. "A New Line on the Phillips Curve: Additional Evidence on the U.S." with Tracy L. Martin (student) and Samuel N. Potter (student), Social Science Quarterly, 81(2), June 2000,677-680.

63. "NAFTA and North American Stock Market Linkages: An Empirical Note" with Bradley T. Ewing and Clifford Sowell, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 10(2), 1999,443-451. (Top 10 Requested Paper for Year 2000)

62. "Long-Run Money Demand in Chile" with Bradley T. Ewing, Journal of Economic Development, 24(2), December 1999, 177~190.

61. "Time Series Dynamics of U.S. State Unemployment Rates" with Bradley T. Ewing and Erik P. George (student), Applied Economics, 31(11), November 1999, 1503-1511.

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60. "The Trade-offbetween Supervision and Wages: Evidence of Efficiency Wages from the NLSY" with Bradley T. Ewing, Southern Economic Journal, 66(2), October 1999,424-432.

59. "An Inquiry into the Time Series Properties of Net Discount Rates" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael J. Piette, Journal of Forensic Economics, 12(3), Fall 1999, 215-224.

58. "Mean Reversion in Net Discount Rates" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael J. Piette, Journal of Legal Economics, 9(1), Spring/Summer 1999,69-80.

57. "Some Recent International Evidence on the Demand for Money" with Bradley T. Ewing, Studies in Economics and Finance, 19(2) Spring 1999,84-107.

56. "Government Revenue-Expenditure Nexus: Evidence from Latin America" with Bradley T. Ewing, Journal of Economic Development, 23(2), December 1998,57-69.

55. "Comovements of the Prime Rate, CD Rate, and Financial Services Stocks" with Bradley T. Ewing and Shawn M. Forbes, Journal of Financial Research, 21(4), Winter 1998, 469-482.

54. "The Long-Run Relation between the Personal Savings Rate and Consumer Sentiment" with Bradley T. Ewing, Financial Counseling and Planning, 9(1), 1998, 89- 96. Best Article Award for 1997-1998 by the Association of Financial Counseling and Planning.

53. "Long-Run Diversification Potential of the Emerging Stock Markets of Latin America" with Bradley T. Ewing and Gilbert Bickum, Journal of Accounting and Finance Research, 5(3), Fall 1998, 1-7. [LEAD ARTICLE]

52. "Stationarity of the Net Discount Rate: Additional Evidence" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael J. Piette, Litigation Economics Digest, 3(1), Spring 1998,27-32.

51. "The Tax-Spend Debate: Time Series Evidence from State Budgets", Public Choice, 95(3-4), June 1998,307-320. Abstracted in the Journal of Economic Literature, 36(4), December 1998,2493.

50. "Money Market Rate Variability and the Velocity of Money: Some International Evidence" with Bradley T. Ewing, Journal of Applied Business Research, 14(2), Spring 1998, 75-82.

49. "A Re-examination of Budgetary Disequilibria" with Kevin L. Ross, Public Finance Review, 26(1), January 1998,67-79.

48. "International Evidence on the Sustainability of Budget Deficits", Applied Economics Letters, 4(12), December 1997,775-779.

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47. "Evidence from Lesser Developed Countries on the Fisher Hypothesis: A Cointegration Analysis" with Bradley T. Ewing, Applied Economics Letters, 4(11), November 1997,683-687.

46. "Population and Economic Growth: A Cointegration Analysis of Lesser Developed Countries" with Bradley T. Ewing, Applied Economics Letters, 4(11), November 1997, 665-669.

45. "Measuring Efficiency in the National Basketball Association" with Richard A. Hofler, Economics Letters, 55(2), August 1997,293-299.

44. "The Tax-Spend Debate: The Case of Canada", Applied Economics Letters, 4(6), June 1997,381-386.

43. "International Evidence on Wagner's Hypothesis: A Co integration Analysis" with Bradley T. Ewing, Public Finance, 51(2), 1996,258-274.

42. "The Empirical Relationship between State Unemployment Rates and Real Wages", Southern Business Review, 22(2), Fall 1996,45-55.

41. "How Close to Their Offensive Potential Do National Football League Teams Play?" with Richard A. Hofler, Applied Economics Letters, 3(11), November 1996, 743-747.

40. "Ml Velocity and Interest Rate Variability: A Reply", American Economist, 40(2), Fall 1996,97.

39. "All Politics is Local: The Effect of Fiscal and Monetary Constitutions on Economic Policy" with William J. Boyes, Stewart Mounts, and Clifford Sowell, Journal of Macroeconomics, 18(4), Fall 1996, 657-678.

38. "Kentucky Budgetary Adjustments: Tax and Spend or Spend and Tax?, Kentucky Journal of Economics and Business, 15, 1996,23-35.

37. "Regional Efficiency Differences and Development Policy in Agriculture in the Yugoslav Republics: Estimates from Panel Data" with Richard A. Hofler, Review of Regional Studies, 25(3), Winter 1995,287-300.

36. "Did the Tax Reform Act of] 986 Adversely Affect Yearling Prices? An Empirical Note" with Benjamin A. Foster and Robert R. Sharp, Kentucky Journal of Economics and Business, 14, 1995, 75-80.

35. "Expectations-Augmented Phillips Curve: Further Evidence from State Economies", Applied Economics Letters, 2(8), August 1995, 248-254.

34. "Velocity and the Variability of Yields on Financial and Other Assets", American Economist, 39(1), Spring 1995,89-94.

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33. "A Note on Real Wage Rigidity and State Unemployment Rates", Journal of Regional Scienee, 35(2), 1995,317-330.

32. "Defense, Nondefense Expenditures, and Inflation: An Empirical Analysis" with Anandi P. Sahu and Robert T. Kleiman, Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, 34(1), Winter 1995, 14-24.

31. "The Federal Budget Defieit: An Instrument in Search of Targets?" with Clifford Sowell, Southern Business and Economic Journal, ] 8( 1), October 1994, 2-24. [LEAD ARTICLE]

30. "Forecasting Yearling Prices: A Comparison of Alternative Time Series Models" with Robert R. Sharp and Susan A. Simmons, Journal of Applied Business Research, 10(3),1994,17-20.

29. "Time Series Forecasting of the Kentucky Unemployment Rate: Additional Evidence" with James K. Easterling (student), Kentucky Journal of Economics and Business, 12,1993,55-62.

28. "Trends and Cycles in State Unemployment Rates Revisited", Southern Business Review, 19(2), Fall 1993, 23-30.

27. "The Effect of Money Growth and Interest Rate Variability upon Inflation", Journal of Economics and Finance, 17(2), Summer 1993, 11-20.

26. "U.S. Military Expenditures and the Dollar: Another Look" with Edward A. Olszewski and Kevin L. Ross, Defence Economics, 4(3), July 1993,249-258.

25. "A Re-examination of the Velocity-Money Growth Variability Debate", Journal of Economics and Finance, 17(1), Spring 1993, 127-133.

24. "Variability in Money Growth and Interest Rates: A Research Note", Atlantic Economic Journal, 21(1), March 1993,104.

23. "Efficiency in Social versus Private Agriculture Production: The Case of Yugoslavia" with Richard A. Hofler, Review of Economics and Statistics, 75(1), February 1993,153-157. Abstracted in the Journal of Economic Literature, 31(3), September 1993,1781-1782.

22. "Defense versus Nondefense Spending: A Macroeconomic Comparison" with Kevin L. Ross and Edward A. Olszewski, Defense Spending and Economic Growth, edited by James E. Payne and Anandi P. Sahu, (Westview Press: Boulder, CO), 1993, Chapter 7, 135-150.

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21. "Defense Spending and Economic Growth: Evaluation of the Overall Impact" with Anandi P. Sahu, Detense Spending and Economic Growth, edited by James E. Payne and Anandi P. Sahu, (Westview Press: Boulder, CO), 1993, Chapter 1,3-15.

20. "The Macroeconomic Effects of Defense Spending: Some Further Evidence" with Kevin L. Ross, Journal of Economics, 18, 1992,63-67.

19. "Stochastic Structure of Alternative Measures of Velocity", Journal of Economics and Finance, 16(3), Fall 1992, 1 ° 1-111.

18. "Velocity and Money Growth Variability: Some Further Evidence", International Review of Economics and Finance, 1(2), 1992, 189-194.

17. "Money Growth and Interest Rate Volatility and the Demand for Money", Journal of Economics and Finance, 16(1), Spring 1992, 103-114.

16. "Defense Spending and the Macroeconomy" with Kevin L. Ross, Defence Economics, 3(2), April 1992, 161-168.

15. "Further Evidence on Real Money Balances in the Production Function", Economic Analysis and Worker's Management, 25(4), 1991, 385-394.

14. "Structural Stability of the Rational-Expectations Permanent Income Hypothesis:

Evidence from Yugoslavia" with Jeffrey A. Mills, Economic Analysis and Worker's Management, 25(3), 1991,277-288.

13. "Yugoslav Price Inflation: An Empirical Investigation", Journal of Developing Areas, 25, April 1991,395-404.

12. "A Note on the Impact of Money Growth Volatility upon Velocity" with Anandi P. Sahu, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 16(2), Fall 1990, 76-78.

11. "A Note on the Structural Stability of Savings in Yugoslavia", Economic Analysis and Worker's Management, 24(2),1990,171-177.

10. "Granger Causality between Inflation and Defense Spending: An Empirical Note", Kentucky Journal of Economics and Business, 10, 1990,38-41.

9. "Monetary Consideration in Yugoslav Industrial Production", Journal of Economic Development, 15(1), June 1990, 179-190.

8. "A Model of Money Demand in Yugoslavia: 1952-1985", Economic Analysis and Worker's Management, 24(1), 1990,83-93.

7. "Military Burden, Savings, and Growth: A Note on the U.S.", Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 16(1), Spring 1990,47-49.

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6. "A Small-Scale Macroeconometric Model of Yugoslavia: 1952-1985", Economic Analysis and Worker's Management, 23(4),1989,335-354.

5. "An Econometric Model of the u.S.: 1952-1985", Kentucky Journal of Economics and Business, 9, 1989, 139-149.

4. "Tests of the Rational-Expectations Permanent Income Hypothesis for Developing Economies" with Thomas W. Zuehlke, Journal of Macroeconomics, 11(3), Summer 1989,423-433.

3. "Tests of Real Money Balances as an Input in Yugoslav Industrial Production" with Thomas W. Zuehlke, Journal of Economics and Finance, 13(2), Summer 1989, 179-183.

2. "Anticipated and Unanticipated Income within the Consumption Function: A Rational Expectations Approach", Studies in Economic Analysis, 11(2), Fall 1987, 24- 29.

1. "Alternative Consumption Hypotheses and Tests for Structural Change: A Case Study of Yugoslav Economic Reform of 1965", Problems of Economic Development and the Economic System of Yugoslavia, edited by Dragomir Vojnic", et.al. (Informator:

Zagreb, Yugoslavia), 1987,235-244.

Grants. Fellowships. and Contracts:

17. "Wind Turbine Supply Chain Study" with Dave Loomis and Lon Carlson. Grant sponsored by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, 2009, $125,000.

16. "Day-Ahead Premiums for the Midwest ISO" with Nicholas Bowden and Su Hu (student). Grant sponsored by the Institute for Regulatory Policy Studies, Illinois State University, 2008.

15. Fulbright Senior Specialist Award to the Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia. Grant sponsored by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars, 2007.

14. "Mcl.ean County, Illinois Economic Activity Index" with Hassan Mohammadi, Contract project with the Economic Development Council of Bloomington-Normal, 2006.

13. "Further Evidence on Modeling Wind Speed and Time-Varying Turbulence". Grant sponsored by the Institute for Regulatory Policy Studies, Illinois State University, 2006.

12. "Economic Impact Analysis Lincoln College, Normal, IL" with Lon Carlson. Sponsored by the Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development, Illinois State University, 2006.

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11. "Economic Impact Analysis OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, IL" with Lon Carlson. Sponsored by the Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development, Illinois State University, 2005.

10. "Economic Impact Analysis Magill House Project, Clinton, IL" with Frank Beck and Lon Carlson. Sponsored by the Stevenson Center tor Community and Economic Development, Illinois State University, 2004.

9. "Kentucky Property Insurance Surtax Revenue: A Comparison of Alternative Forecasting Approaches". Sponsored by the Department of Criminal Justice Training of the Kentucky Justice Cabinet, 2001.

8. Fulbright Scholar Research Award to the Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia. Grant sponsored by the 1. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board and the Council tor International Exchange of Scholars, 2000.

7. "NAFTA and Stock Market Linkages: Canada, Mexico, and the United States" with Bradley T. Ewing and Clifford Sowell. Grant sponsored by the Canadian Studies Research Grant Program administered by the Government of Canada, 1999.

6. "Money Growth Variability and the Commercial Paper-Bill Spread". Grant sponsored by the American Institute of Economic Research, Great Barrington, MA, 1997.

5. "Stochastic and Deterministic Trends in State Unemployment Rates". Grant sponsored by Eastern Kentucky University Research Committee, 1997.

4. "Long Run Comovements of Latin America and U.S. Stock Markets" with Bradley T. Ewing. Grant sponsored by the Americas Council of the University System of Georgia Faculty Research Grants on Latin America, Canada, and the Caribbean, 1996.

3. "The Tax-Spend Debate: The Case of Canada". Grant sponsored by the Canadian Studies Research Grant Program administered by the Government of Canada, 1995.

3. "The Economic Impact of Military Activities in Kentucky" with IF. O'Connor. Sponsored by the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development and the Kentucky Military Affairs Commission, 1993.

2. Oakland University School of Business Administration, Full Summer Research Fellowship, 1991.

1. Oakland University School of Business Administration, Partial Summer Research Fellowship, 1990.

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Books and Teaching Ancillary Materials:

9. Test Bank accompanying Economics for Managers 2nd edition by Paul Farnham (Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ) with Lon Carlson, 2009.

8. Test Bank accompanying Economics for Managers 1 st edition by Paul Farnham (Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ) with Lon Carlson, 2005.

7. Online Study Guide accompanying Economics for Managers, 15t edition by Paul Farnham (Prentice-Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ) with Lon Carlson, 2005.

6. Web-Based Study Guide accompanying Basic Business Statistics, 9th edition by Mark 1. Berenson, David M. Levine, and Timothy C. Krehbiel (Prentice-Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ), 2003.

5. Tracway Case Solutions accompanying Statistics, Data Analysis, and Decision Modeling, 2nd edition by James R. Evans and David 1. Olson (Prentice-Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ) with Mary Ann Robinson, 2003.

4. Test Bank accompanying Statistics, Data Analysis, and Decision Modeling 2nd edition by James R. Evans and David L. Olson (Prentice-Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ) with Mary Ann Robinson, 2002.

3. Test Bank accompanying Essentials in Business Statistics 15t edition by James R. Evans (Prentice-Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ) with Mary Ann Robinson, 2002.

2. Instructor's Resource Manual/Test Bank accompanying Macroeconomics by James K. Galbraith and William Darity (Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston, MA) with Eugene D. Brown, 1994.

1. Defense Spending and Economic Growth co-edited with Anandi P. Sahu (Westview Press: Boulder, CO), 1993.

Proceedings, Encyclopedia Entries, and Book Reviews:

19. "Employment Forecasting for a Small MSA: A Comparison of Seasonal ARIMA and ARIMA-GARCH Type Models" with Utkir Kamilov (student), 2008 Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings, 32, 166- 171.

18. '''We Got Game and Some!' Efficiency in the WNBA: A Stochastic Production Frontier Approach with Panel Data" with Richard Hofler, 2008 Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings, 32, 123-l30.

17. "Monetarism" in International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, edited by William A. Darity, Jr., Volume 5, 2nd edition (Detroit, MI: Macmillan Reference USA), 2008,242-243.

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16. "Forecasting Tourism Demand in Croatia: A Disaggregated Analysis of Monthly Overnight Stays" with Andrea Mervar, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on 'Enterprise in Transition', Faculty of Economics, University of Split, Extended Abstract, 2007, 200-202, Full Manuscript on CD-ROM.

15. Tenure. Discrimination, and the Courts by Terry L. Leap, (Ithica, NY: ILR Press), 1996, Southern Business and Economic Journal, 21(3), April 1998, 242-244.

14. "Permanent Income Hypothesis", An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics, edited by Thomas Cate, Geoff Harcourt, and David C. Colander, (Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd.: United Kingdom), 1997, 494A95.

13. Regional Economic Modeling: A Systematic Approach to Economic Forecasting and Policy Analysis by George 1. Treyz, (Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers), 1993, Southern Business and Economic Journal, 19(3), April 1996, 236.

12. Rural America and the Changing Structure of Manufacturing: Spatial Implications of New Technology and Organization, Conference Proceedings, (Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture), 1993, Journal of Regional Science, 34(4), November 1994, 635-636.

11. The Costs of Worker Dislocation by Louis Jacobson, Robert LaLonde, and Daniel Sullivan, (Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. UpJohn Institute for Employment Research), 1993, Journal of Regional Science, 34(4), November 1994, 632-633.

10. Business Cycles: Theory, History, Indicators, and Forecasting by Victor Zarnowitz, (Chicago,IL: University of Chicago Press), 1992, Southern Business and Economic Journal, 18(1), October 1994, 80-81.

9. "The Economic Impact of Military Activities in Kentucky" with J.F. O'Connor, Papers and Proceedings of the MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance, 16, 1994, 613-621.

8. The Appalachian Regional Commission: Twenty-Five Years of Government Policy by Michael Bradshaw, (Lexington, KY: The University of Kentucky Press), 1992, Southern Business and Economic Journal, 16(4), July 1993,301-302.

7. The Economics of Banking, Liquidity, and Money by Peter M. Garber and Steven R. Weisbrod, (Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Company), 1992, Southern Business and Economic Journal, 16(2), January 1993, 165-166.

6. "Commentary: 'Local Area Economic Activity: Random or Chaotic?''', Papers and Proceedings of the MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance, 16, 1992, 894.

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5. "Commentary: 'Effects of Foreign Aid and Domestic Credit on National Output and the Price Level in LDCs: A Reexamination'", Papers and Proceedings of the MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance, 16, 1992, 893.

4. "Commentary: 'Resurrect a revised Ml: TCD Plus Domestic Currency?', Papers and of the MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance, 16, 1992, 894.

3. "Keynesian versus Monetarist Models ofMl Velocity: Some Preliminary Findings", Papers and Proceedings of the MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance, 16, 1992, 675-681.

2. "Stock Price Impact of Dual Listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange" with Anandi P. Sahu and Robert T. Kleiman, American Statistical Association Proceedings, Business and Economics Section, 1990, 224-227.

1. Political Economy and International Money: Selected Essays of John Williamson edited by Chris Milner, (New York, NY: New York University Press), 1987, Business Economics, July 1990,68.

Research Reports and Practitioner Articles:

11. "Illinois Wind Turbine Supply Chain Report", Center for Renewable Energy, Illinois State University, June 2010.

10. "The Kentucky Artisan Heritage Trails Pilot Project: A Snapshot of the SocioEconomic Landscape", The Center Initiative, Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, and Technology, Eastern Kentucky University, Winter 2003,2.

9. "Trends in Travel Expenditures for EKU's Service Region", The Center Initiative, Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, and Technology, Eastern Kentucky University, Winter 2002,3-4.

8. "Economic Baseline Kentucky Artisan Heritage Trails Project: Phase I and II", Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, and Technology, Eastern Kentucky University, October 2002.

7. "Jackson County Entrepreneurship Center: Performance Assessment", Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, and Technology, Eastern Kentucky University, December 2001.

6. "Kentucky Artisan Heritage Trails Pilot Project: Economic Baseline", Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, and Technology, Eastern Kentucky University, March 2001.

5. "Calculation of the Economic Base of Kentucky Counties", Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, and Technology, Eastern Kentucky University, March 2001.

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4. "Economic Studies Help Communities", The Center Initiative, Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, and Technology, Eastern Kentucky University, Spring 2001,3-4.

3. "Determining The Amount By Which Yearling Prices Will Change" with Robert R. Sharp and Susan A. Simmons, Thoroughbred Times, September 3,1994,32.

2. "The Economic Role of Military Activities in Kentucky" with IF. O'Connor, In Context, Center for Economic Development, Eastern Kentucky University, 3 (1), Spring 1994,1,5.

1. "The Federal Budget Deficit: What's the Big Deal?,', Business Smarts, Fall 1991, School of Business Administration, Oakland University.

Professional Conference Presentations:

59. "Political and Institutional Factors in the Convergence ofInternational Equity Markets: Evidence from the Club Convergence and Clustering Procedure" with Nicholas Apergis and Christina Christou (invited) at the meeting of the International Atlantic Economics Conference, Charleston, SC, October] 0-13, 2010.

58. "Credit Rationing and the Phillips Curve" with George A. Waters at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Cleveland, OH, March 20-22,2009. Also served as a session chair and discussant.

57. "The Relationship between Corruption and Income Inequality in U.S. States:

Evidence from a Panel Cointegration and Error Correction Model" with Nicholas Apergis and Oguzhan Dincer at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, FL, February 12-14,2009. Also served as a discussant on two papers.

56. "Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence from the Commonwealth of Independent States" with Nicholas Apergis at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, FL, February 12-14,2009. Also served as a discussant on two papers.

55. "Employment Forecasting for a Small MSA: A Comparison of Seasonal ARIMA and ARIMA-GARCH Type Models" with Utkir Kamilov (student) at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, TN, February 14-16, 2008. Also served as session chair and discussant.

54. "Short-Term Forecasting of Electricity Prices for MISO Hubs" with Nicholas Bowden (student) at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, TN, February 14-16,2008. Also served as session chair and discussant.

53. "We Got Game and Some! Efficiency in the WNBA: A Stochastic Production Frontier Approach with Panel Data" with Richard Hofler at the meet of the Academy of

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Economics and Finance, Nashville, TN, February 14-16,2008. Also served as a discussant.

52. "Forecasting Tourism Demand in Croatia: A Disaggregated Analysis of Monthly Overnight Stays" with Andrea Mervar at the meeting of the Seventh International Conference on 'Enterprise in Transition' in Split, Croatia, May 24-27,2007.

51. "Hotel Tax Receipts and the 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil': A Time Series Intervention Seasonal ARIMA Model with Time-Varying Variance" with Michael Toma and Richard McGrath at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Jacksonville, FL, February 14-17,2007.

50. "An Analysis of Foreign Tourism Demand for Croatian Destinations: Long-run Elasticity Estimates" with Andrea Mervar at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Jacksonville, FL, February 14-17, 2007 and the Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia, May 23,2007. Also served as session chair and discussant.

49. "Efficiency in the National Basketball Association: A Stochastic Production Frontier Approach with Panel Data" with Richard A. Hofler presented upon invitation at Illinois Wesleyan University, October 4,2006.

48. "The Prime Rate and Federal Funds Rate: Interest Rate Pass Through and Asymmetric Adjustment" with George A. Waters at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Houston, TX, February 9-11,2006. (Best Paper Prize). Revised version of the paper presented upon invitation at the University of Southern Mississippi, September 29,2006 and Oakland University, October 27,2006.

47. "Promotions of Navy Enlisted Personnel Using Duration Models" with Risa Kumazawa at the meeting of the National Association of Forensic Economics at the meeting of the American Economic Association, Boston, MA, January 5-8, 2006.

46. "R&D Spending and U.S. Economic Growth: A Disaggregated Analysis" with Rajeev Goel and Rati Ram at the meeting of Technology Transfer Society Conference, Kauffman Foundation, Kansas City, MO, September 28-30, 2005.

45. "Turkish Budget Deficit Sustainability and the Tax-Spend Debate" with Hassan Mohammadi and Murat Cak invited panel presentation at Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey, May 18,2005.

44. "Capital Mobility and the Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle: Re-Examination ofLDCs" with Risa Kumazawa at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Myrtle Beach, SC, February 9-12, 2005.

43. "Have the REIT Markets Experienced Periodically Collapsing Bubbles?" with George A. Waters at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Myrtle Beach, SC, February 9-12, 2005 and at the meeting of the Southern Economic

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Association, Washington, DC, November 18-20,2005. Also served as session chair and discussant.

42. "Wagner's Law: The Literature and Additional Time Series Evidence on the U.S." at the meeting of the International Atlantic Economic Association, Chicago, IL, October 7-10,2004. Also served as a discussant.

41. "Asymmetric Responses of the Current Account to Monetary and Fiscal Policy Shocks: Some Empirical Evidence" with Hassan Mohammadi at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Chicago, IL, March 19-21, 2004.

40. "Government Expenditures and Revenues: Evidence from Symmetric and Asymmetric Modeling" with Bradley T. Ewing and Omar M. Al-Zoubi at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Biloxi, MS, February 11-14, 2004. (Best Paper Prize). Also served as a discussant and editor panel session.

39. "Money Demand and Currency Substitution: New Evidence from the Iranian Economy" with Marzieh Bolhassani and Hassan Mohammadi at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Biloxi, MS, February 11-14,2004. Also served as a discussant.

38. "Random Walks and the Transmission of Conditional Volatility Across Global Real Estate and Stock Markets" with Robert T. Kleiman and Anandi P. Sahu at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, St. Louis, MO, March 28-30, 2003.

37. "Random Walks, Efficiency, and Diversification Benefits: Evidence from International Real Estate Markets" with Robert T. Kleiman and Anandi P. Sahu at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Chicago, IL, March 14-16,2002.

36. "NAFTA and North American Stock Markets" with Bradley T. Ewing and Farooq Malik at the meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, FL, February 13-17,2002. Also served as a discussant.

35. "Forecasting Medical Net Discount Rates" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael 1. Piette at the National Association of Forensic Economics at the meeting of the American Economic Association, Atlanta, GA, January 3-6, 2002.

34. "The Integration of the Antebellum Slave Markets: A Time Series Analysis" with Bradley T. Ewing, Mark Thornton, and Mark A. Yanochik at the meeting of the Southern Economic Association, Tampa, FL, November 17-19,2001.

33. "The Time Series Behavior of Medical Care Costs Net Discount Rate: Implications for Total Offset and Forecasting" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael 1. Piette at the National Association of Forensic Economics at the meeting of the Southern Economic Association, Tampa, FL, November 17-19,2001.

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32. "Tests of Weak-Form Efficiency, and Comovements in Global Real Estate Securities Markets" with Anandi P. Sahu and Robert T. Kleiman at the International Business and Economics Research Conference, Reno, NV, October 8-12,2001.

31. "Total Offset Method: Is It Appropriate? Tests of the Underlying Assumptions" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael 1. Piette at the National Association of Forensic Economics at the meeting of the American Economic Association, New Orleans, LA, January 4-7,2001.

30. "An Inquiry into the Time Series Properties of Net Discount Rates: Trend versus Difference Stationary Processes" with Bradley T. Ewing and Michael 1. Piette at the National Association of Forensic Economics at the meeting of the American Economic Association, New York, NY, January 2-5, 1999.

29. "Explaining Change in the Natural Rate of Unemployment: A Regional Approach" with Kevin 1. Murphy at the meeting of the Kentucky Economics Association, Lexington, KY, October 9, 1998 and at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Chicago, IL, March 18-22, 1998.

28. "Comovements of the Prime Rate, CD Rate, and Financial Service Stocks" with Bradley T. Ewing and Shawn M. Forbes at the meeting of the Eastern Finance Association, Williamsburg, VA, April 22-25, 1998.

27. "The Long-Run Relation between the Personal Savings Rate and Consumers Sentiment" with Bradley T. Ewing at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Chicago, IL, March 18-22, 1998.

26. "Long-Run Diversification Potential of the Emerging Stock Markets of Latin America" with Bradley T. Ewing and Gilbert Bickum at the meeting of the American Academy of Accounting and Finance, New Orleans, LA, December 5-7,1997.

25. "NAFTA and Stock Market Linkages: U.S., Canada, and Mexico" with Bradley T. Ewing and Clifford Sowell at the meeting of the Southern Economics Association, Atlanta, GA, November 2-23, 1997.

24. "The Trade-off between Supervision and Wages: Evidence of Efficiency Wages from the NLSY" with Bradley T. Ewing at the meeting of the Kentucky Economics Association, Lexington, KY, October 3, 1997. Also served as session chair.

23. "Evidence on the Benefits of Diversification in the Emerging Stock Markets of Latin America" with Bradley T. Ewing at the meeting of the Missouri Valley Economic Association, S1. Louis, MO, February 27-March 1, 1997. Also served as a discussant for two papers.

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22. "Government Revenue-Expenditure Nexus: Evidence from LDCs" with Bradley T. Ewing at the meeting of the Kentucky Economics Association, Lexington, KY, October 11, 1996. Also served as a discussant.

21. "Budgetary Disequilibria: Additional Econometric Evidence" with Kevin L. Ross at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Chicago, IL, March 22-24, 1996.

20. "Measuring Efficiency in the National Football League: A Stochastic Frontier Approach" with Richard A. Hofler at the meeting of the Southern Economics Association, New Orleans, LA, November 18-20, 1995.

19. "Kentucky Budgetary Adjustments: Tax and Spend or Spend and Tax?" at the meeting of the Kentucky Economics Association, Lexington, KY, October 13, 1995.

18. "How Close to Their Offensive Potential Do National Football League Teams Play?" with Richard A. Hofler at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Cincinnati, OIl, March 30-Aprill, 1995. Also served as a discussant.

17. "Further Evidence on the Military Expenditure and Inflation Debate" at the meeting of the Missouri Valley Economics Association, Kansas City, MO, February 23-25, 1995. Also served as session chair and discussant.

16. "Measuring Efficiency in the National Basketball Association" with Richard A. Hofler at the meeting of the Kentucky Economics Association, Frankfort, KY, October 7, 1994.

15. "Defense Spending and Economic Performance: Problems and Issues" at the National Air Intelligence Center, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH, August 2, 1994.

14. "Exploitable Information in Monetary and Fiscal Policies: Budget and Fed Reaction Functions" with Clifford Sowell and Stewart Mounts at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Chicago, IL, March 24-26, 1994. Also served as a discussant.

13. "The Economic Impact of Military Activities in Kentucky" with J.F. O'Connor at the meeting of the MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, TN, February 9-12,1994.

12. "Forecasting Yearling Prices: A Comparison of Alternative Time Series Models" with Robert Sharp at the meeting of the Kentucky Economics Association, Louisville, KY, September 17,1993.

11. "The Federal Budget Deficit: An Instrument in Search of Targets?" with Clifford Sowell at the meeting of the American Economic Association, Anaheim, CA, January 4- 7, 1993.

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10. "A Fiscal Policy Reaction Function: Some Further Empirical Evidence" with Clifford Sowell at the meeting of the Kentucky Economics Association, Lexington, KY, October 16, 1992. Also served as session chair and discussant.

9. "Defense versus Nondefense Spending: A Macroeconomic Comparison" with Kevin L. Ross at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Chicago, IL, March 26-28, 1992 and at the meeting of the Missouri Valley Economics Association, St. Louis, MO, February 27-29,1992.

8. "Predictive Accuracy ofNonnested Models of Velocity: An Econometric Analysis" at the meeting of the MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance, Mobile, AL, February 19-22, 1992. Also served as a discussant.

7. "The Effect of Money Growth and Interest Rate Volatility upon Inflation: Using the IS-LM Framework" at the meeting of the Eastern Economics Association, Pittsburgh, P A, March 15 -17, 1991. Also served as a discussant.

6. "The Stock Price Impact of Dual Listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange" with Anandi P. Sahu and Robert T. Kleiman at the meeting of the American Statistical Association, Anaheim, CA, August 6-9,1990.

5. "Defense Spending and Inflation: A Test of Causality and Exogeneity" with Anandi P. Sahu at the meeting of the Midwest Economics Association, Chicago, IL, March 29-31, 1990.

4. "Velocity and Money Growth Variability: Some Further Evidence" at the meeting of the Eastern Economics Association, Cincinnati, OH, March 30-April 1, 1990.

3. "Some Policy Experiments for Improving Yugoslav Economic Performance" at the meeting of the Eastern Economics Association, Baltimore, MD, March 3-5, 1989.

2. "Tests of Real Balances as an Input in Yugoslav Industrial Production" at the meeting of the MidSouth Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, TN, February 15-19, 1989.

1. "Price Inflation in Yugoslavia, 1952-1985: An Empirical Analysis" presented at the Junior Scholars Training Seminar co-sponsored by the East European Program, The Woodrow Wilson International Centerfor Scholars, Washington, DC; and the Joint Committee on Eastern Europe of the American Council of Learned Societies, The Aspen Institute, MD, August 18-21, 1988.

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References:

Dr. James V. Koch

Board of Visitors Professor of Economics

and President Emeritus Department of Economics

College of Business and Public Administration Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA 23529

Email: ikoch@odu.edu

(Virginia) 757-683-3458

(Montana) 406-721-6343

Dr. Bradley T. Ewing

Jerry S. Rawls Professor of Operations Management Chair, ISQS Area

Rawls College of Business Texas Tech University Lubbock, TX 79409

Email: bradley.ewing@ttu.edu 806-742-3939

Dr. William Hoyt

Director, Martin School of Public Policy

& Administration University of Kentucky

423 Patterson Office Tower Lexington, KY 40506-0027 Email: whoyt@uky.edu 859-257-2518

Dr. Larry W. Long

Director, School of Communications College of Arts and Sciences

Illinois State University

Normal, 1L 61790-4480

Email: lwlong@ilstu.edu 309-438-3671 (office)

309-438-5171 (direct)

Dr. Kevin J. Murphy Professor of Economics Department of Economics

School of Business Administration Oakland University

Rochester, MI 48309-4401

Email: Murphy@oakland.edu 248-370-3294

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Dr. Richard Robinson Professor of Finance School of Business E354 Thompson Hall SUNY-Fredonia Fredonia, NY 14063

Email: Richard.Robinson@fredonia.edu 859-3 51-4683 (cell)

716-673-4813 (office)

716-992-4102 (home)

Dr. Frank Beck

Director, Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development Illinois State University

Normal,IL 61790-4200

Email: fdbeck@ilstu.edu

309-438-7770

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