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William D. Lastrapes
updated: December 26, 2014
505 Brooks Hall
706 542 3569
[email protected]
people.terry.uga.edu/last/personal/
Contact
Department of Economics
Terry College of Business
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
Education
Ph.D. Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1986
Dissertation: Time-Varying Risk Premia in Forward Foreign Exchange Markets and Conditional Heteroskedasticity: An Empirical Investigation (under the direction of Michael K. Salemi)
B.S. Finance (cum laude), Louisiana State University, 1980
Current
Positions
Professor of Economics, University of Georgia, since June 2002
Editor, Journal of Macroeconomics, since January 2014
Professional
Experience
Department Head, Department of Economics, University of Georgia, June
2002 to July 2008.
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Georgia, 1994
to 2002.
Visiting Scholar, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 1999, 2001 - 2004
Visiting Lecturer, University of Lyon III, Lyon, France, Winter 1998, Winter
2001.
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Georgia, 1990 to
1994.
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Louisiana State University,
1986 to 1990.
Instructor, Department of Economics, Louisiana State University, Fall 1985
to Summer 1986
Visiting Instructor, Department of Economics, North Carolina State University, Fall 1984.
Instructor, Department of Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, 1983.
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Research Assistant, Carolina Population Center, Chapel Hill, NC, 1981 to
1983.
Grants
Terry-Sanford Research Award, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2010
University of Georgia Research Foundation Faculty Research Grant, 1991,
1992.
University Council of Research Faculty Research Grant, Louisiana State University, 1987.
College of Business Administration Faculty Research Grant, Louisiana State
University, 1987, 1989
Real Estate Research Institute Research Grant, Louisiana State University,
1988.
Honors
and Awards
Who’s Who in Economics, 4th edition (Edward Elgar, 2003).
Kamerschen-Hampton Award for Outstanding Research in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Georgia, 2000 and 2010.
Terry Fellowship, University of Georgia, 1991-1996, 1998-99.
Swift Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, Department of Economics, University of Georgia, 1995, 2014
Outstanding Teacher Award, Department of Economics, Louisiana State University, 1988.
Refereed
Publications
W. David Bradford and William D. Lastrapes. A Prescription for Unemployment? Recessions and the Demand for Mental Health Drugs. Health
Economics, 23:1301-25, 2014.
Chadi S. Abdallah and William D. Lastrapes. Evidence on the relationship
Between Housing and Consumption in the US: A State-Level Analysis. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 45(4):559-89, June 2013.
William D. Lastrapes and George Selgin. Banknotes and Economic Growth,
Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 59(4): 390-418, September 2012.
Chadi S. Abdallah and William D. Lastrapes. Home-Equity Lending and
Retail Spending: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Texas. American
Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 4(4):94-125, October 2012.
George Selgin, William D. Lastrapes and Lawrence H. White. Has the Fed
Been a Failure? Journal of Macroeconomics, 34(3):569-96, September 2012.
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Doh-Khul Kim and William D. Lastrapes. The Cost Channel of Monetary
Transmission - Revisited. Applied Economics Letters, 14(10):725-30, August
2007.
William D. Lastrapes. Inflation and the Distribution of Relative Prices: The
Role of Productivity and Money Supply Shocks. Journal of Money, Credit
and Banking, 38(8):2159-98, December 2006.
William D. Lastrapes and Todd B. Potts. Durable Goods and the ForwardLooking Theory of Consumption: Estimates Implied by the Dynamic Effects
of Money. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 30(8):1409-30, August
2006.
William D. Lastrapes. Estimating and Identifying Vector Autoregressions
Under Diagonality and Block Exogeneity Restrictions. Economics Letters,
87:75-81, April 2005.
William D. Lastrapes and W. Douglas McMillin. Cross-Country Variation in
the Liquidity Effect: The Role of Financial Markets. The Economic Journal,
114(498):890-915, October 2004.
Claudia E. Halabi and William D. Lastrapes. Estimating the Liquidity Effect in Post-reform Chile: Do Inflationary Expectations Matter? Journal of
International Money and Finance, 22(6):813-833, November 2003.
William D. Lastrapes. Real Wages and Aggregate Demand Shocks: Contradictory Evidence from VARs. Journal of Economics and Business, 54(4):389414, July/August 2002.
William D. Lastrapes. The Real Price of Housing and Money Supply Shocks:
Time Series Evidence and Theoretical Simulations. Journal of Housing Economics, 11(1):40-74, March 2002.
William D. Lastrapes. The Dynamic Effects of Money: Combining ShortRun and Long-Run Identifying Restrictions using Bayesian Techniques. The
Review of Economics and Statistics, 80(4):588-99, November 1998.
W. Scott Frame and William D. Lastrapes. Abnormal Returns in the Acquisition Market: The Case of Bank Holding Companies, 1990-93. Journal of
Financial Services Research, 14(2):145-63, October 1998.
William D. Lastrapes. International Evidence on Equity Prices, Interest Rates
and Money. Journal of International Money and Finance, 17(3):377-406, June
1998.
Clifton M. Loo and William D. Lastrapes. Identifying the Effects of Money
Supply Shocks on Industry-Level Output. Journal of Macroeconomics, 20(3):43149, Summer 1998.
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William D. Lastrapes and George Selgin. The Check Tax: Fiscal Folly and
the Great Monetary Contraction. Journal of Economic History, 57(4):859-78,
December 1997.
Jeffrey H. Dorfman and William D. Lastrapes. The Dynamic Responses of
Crop and Livestock Prices to Money Supply Shocks: A Bayesian Analysis
using Long-Run Identifying Restrictions. American Journal of Agricultural
Economics, 78(3):530-51, August 1996.
William D. Lastrapes and George Selgin. The Liquidity Effect: Identifying
Short-Run Interest Rate Dynamics using Long-Run Restrictions. Journal of
Macroeconomics, 17(3):387-404, Summer 1995.
Christopher G. Lamoureux and William D. Lastrapes. Endogenous Trading
Volume and Momentum in Stock Return Volatility. Journal of Business and
Economic Statistics, 12(2):253-60, April 1994.
William D. Lastrapes and George Selgin. Buffer-Stock Money: Interpreting
Short-Run Dynamics Using Long-Run Restrictions. Journal of Money, Credit
and Banking, 26(1):34-54, February 1994.
Christopher G. Lamoureux and William D. Lastrapes. Forecasting Stock Return Variance: Toward an Understanding of Stochastic Implied Volatilities.
Review of Financial Studies, 6(2):293-326, 1993. [Reprinted in: Robert Jarrow (editor), Volatility: New Estimation Techniques for Pricing Derivatives,
Risk Publications, 1998; Terence C. Mills (editor), Economic Forecasting, in
The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, edited by Mark
Blaug, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000.]
Kenneth F. Kroner and William D. Lastrapes. The Impact of Exchange
Rate Volatility on International Trade: Reduced Form Estimates Using the
GARCH-in-Mean Model. Journal of International Money and Finance, 12(3):298318, June 1993.
William D. Lastrapes. Sources of Fluctuations in Real and Nominal Exchange
Rates. Review of Economics and Statistics, 74(3):530-39, August 1992.
William D. Lastrapes and Faik Koray. International Transmission of Aggregate Shocks Under Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rate Regimes: United Kingdom, France and Germany, 1959 to 1985. Journal of International Money and
Finance, 9(4):402-23, December 1990.
William D. Lastrapes and Faik Koray. Exchange Rate Volatility and U.S.
Multilateral Trade Flows. Journal of Macroeconomics, 12(3):341-62, Summer
1990.
Christopher G. Lamoureux and William D. Lastrapes. Persistence-in-Variance,
Structural Change and the GARCH Model. Journal of Business and Eco4
nomic Statistics, 8(2):225-34, April 1990.
Christopher G. Lamoureux and William D. Lastrapes. Heteroskedasticity in
Stock Return Data: Volume Versus GARCH Effects (with Christopher G.
Lamoureux). Journal of Finance, 45(1):221-29, March 1990.
Faik Koray and William D. Lastrapes. Real Exchange Rate Volatility and
U.S. Bilateral Trade: A VAR Approach. Review of Economics and Statistics,
71(4):708-12, November 1989.
William D. Lastrapes. Exchange Rate Volatility and U.S. Monetary Policy:
An ARCH Application. Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking. 21(1):66-77,
February 1989.
Other
Publications
Autoregression. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition, Macmillan, 2007.
Time Series Regression. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences,
2nd edition, Macmillan, 2007.
New Classical Economics. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences,
2nd edition, Macmillan, 2007.
Comment on ‘A Vector Error-Correction Forecasting Model of the U.S. Economy’, Journal of Macroeconomics, 24(4), December 2002, 607-11.
Review of A European Central Bank? Perspective on Monetary Unification
After Ten Years of the EMS, Marcello de Cecco and Alberto Giovannini (editors), Cambridge University Press, 1989, in Southern Economic Journal, July
1990.
Review of New Keynesian Economics, Mankiw and Romer (editors), Vol. II,
MIT Press, 1991, in International Review of Economics and Finance, 2(4),
1994, 425-27.
Working
Papers
Emerging market economies and the world interest rate (with Berrak Bahadir).
Women and Poverty in India: Evidence from the National Family Health
Survey (with Ramaprasad Rajaram).
Does National Flood Insurance Program Participation Induce Housing Development? (with Mark J. Browne, Carolyn A. Dehring, and David L. Eckles).
Citation
Counts
(as of 1/30/14)
Web of Science (includes SSCI, CPCI, BCI): 974
Google Scholar: 4248
CitEc: 871
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Microsoft Academic Search: 1364
Conference
Presentations
Home-Equity Lending and Retail Sales: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
in Texas, Econometric Society European Meetings, Oslo, Norway, August
2011.
Evidence on the Relationship Between Housing and Consumption in the US:
A State-Level Analysis, Southern Economic Association Annual Meetings,
Atlanta, GA, November 2010.
Banknotes and Economic Growth, Southern Economic Association Annual
Meetings, New Orleans, LA, November 2007.
Inflation and the Distribution of Relative Prices: The Role of Productivity
and Money Supply Shocks, Southern Economic Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., November 2005.
Durable Goods and the Forward-Looking Theory of Consumption: Estimates
Implied by the Dynamic Effects of Money, Southern Economic Association
Meetings, San Antonio, Texas, November 2003.
Cross-Country Variation in the Liquidity Effect, Econometric Society European Meetings, Venice, Italy, August 2002.
Estimating the Liquidity Effect in Post-reform Chile: Do Inflationary Expectations Matter? Academy of International Business, San Juan, Puerto Rico,
June 2002.
Cross-Country Variation in the Liquidity Effect, Southern Economic Association Meetings, Tampa, November 2001.
The Real Price of Housing and Money Supply Shocks: Time Series Evidence and Theoretical Simulations, Southern Economic Association Meetings,
Tampa, November 2001.
The Real Price of Housing and Money Supply Shocks: Time Series Evidence
and Theoretical Simulations, Econometric Society European Meetings, Lausanne, Switzerland, August 2001.
The Dynamic Effects of Money: Combining Short-Run and Long-Run Identifying Restrictions using Bayesian Techniques, Southern Economic Association
Meetings, Atlanta, GA, November 1997.
International Evidence on Equity Prices, Interest Rates and Money, Econometric Society European Meetings, Istanbul, Turkey, August 1996.
The Check Tax and the Great Contraction, NBER Workshop on Macroeco-
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nomic History, Cambridge, Mass., October 1995.
An Empirical Analysis of Stock Price and Interest Rate Dynamics: The Role
of Money. Econometric Society European Meetings, Maastricht, Netherlands,
August 1994.
The Liquidity Effect: Identifying Short-Run Interest Rate Dynamics using
Long-Run Restrictions. Australasian Meetings of the Econometric Society,
Sydney, Australia, July 1993.
Endogenous Trading Volume and Momentum in Stock Return Volatility. American Finance Association Meetings, Anaheim, California, January 1993.
Sources of Fluctuations in Real and Nominal Exchange Rates. Southern Economic Association Meetings, Nashville, Tennessee, 1991.
The Impact of Exchange Rate Volatility on International Trade: Reduced
Form Estimates Using the GARCH-in-Mean Model. World Congress of the
Econometric Society, Barcelona, Spain, 1990.
The Impact of Exchange Rate Volatility on International Trade: Reduced
Form Estimates Using the GARCH-in-Mean Model. Southern Economic Association Meetings, Orlando, Florida, 1989.
Stock Returns Evolving in Local Time: Volume Versus GARCH Effects. Western Finance Association Annual Meetings, Seattle, Washington, 1989.
Weekly Exchange Rate Volatility and U.S. Monetary Policy: An Application
of the ARCH Model. Southern Economic Association Meetings, Washington,
D.C., 1987.
Time-Varying Risk Premia in Foreign Exchange Markets: Tests Using a Multivariate Latent Factor ARCH Model. Southern Economic Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., 1987.
Invited
Lectures
Evidence on the Relationship Between Housing and Consumption in the US:
A State-Level Analysis. West Virginia University, Department of Economics,
April 2012
Home-Equity Lending and Retail Sales: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
in Texas. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, October 2011.
Banknotes and Economic Growth. Lehigh University, Department of Economics, April 2008.
Inflation and the Distribution of Relative Prices: The Role of Productivity and
Money Supply Shocks. Middle Georgia Seminar Series, Macon, GA, November
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2005.
Money, Consumer Durables, User Costs and the Forward-Looking Theory of
Consumption. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, October 2002.
The Real Price of Housing and Money Supply Shocks: Time Series Evidence
and Theoretical Simulations. West Virginia University, Department of Economics, November 2001.
The Real Price of Housing and Money Supply Shocks: Time Series Evidence
and Theoretical Simulations. Department of Statistics, University of Georgia,
March 2001.
The Dynamic Effects of Domestic and Foreign Money Supply Shocks in a
Small Open Economy. Miami University, October 1999.
The Dynamic Effects of Money: Combining Short-Run and Long-Run Identifying Restrictions using Bayesian Techniques. University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, NC, October 1998.
Gold Price Targeting by the Fed. Louisiana State University, April 1995.
Endogenous Trading Volume and Momentum in Stock Return Volatility. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, April 1994.
An Empirical Analysis of Stock Price and Interest Rate Dynamics: The Role
of Money. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, October 1993.
The Liquidity Effect: Identifying Short-Run Interest Rate Dynamics using
Long-Run Restrictions. University of Alabama, March 1993.
The Liquidity Effect: Identifying Short-Run Interest Rate Dynamics using
Long-Run Restrictions. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Oct. 1992.
The Liquidity Effect: Identifying Short-Run Interest Rate Dynamics using
Long-Run Restrictions. Florida State University, Sept. 1992.
Buffer-Stock Money: Interpreting Short-Run Dynamics Using Long-Run Restrictions. University of Kentucky, December 1991.
Sterilization and Monetary Control During the Bretton Woods Period: Evidence from Structural VAR’s. Florida State University, January 1990.
Sterilization and Monetary Control During the Bretton Woods Period: Evidence from Structural VAR’s. University of Georgia, January 1990.
Other
Conference
Participation
Discussant, “Instead of the Fed: Past and Present Alternatives to the Federal
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Reserve System,” Mercatus Center conference, Arlington, VA, November 1,
2013.
Invited participant, “Fiscal Policy and Monetary/Fiscal Policy Interactions”,
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Center for Applied Economics and Policy
Research, April 19-20, 2007.
Session Organizer and Chair, “Topics in Empirical Macroeconomics”, Southern Economic Association Meetings, Charleston, SC, Nov. 20, 2006.
Discussant, “Information in Data Revision Processes: Payroll Employment
and Real-Time Measurement of Employment Conditions” (by Tallman and
Zadrozny), Southern Economic Association Meetings, Charleston, SC, Nov.
20, 2006.
Discussant, “Monitoring Financial System Stability using Fama-French Factors and Bond Market Data for Large Financial Institutions,” (by Diana Hancock and Wayne Passmore), Modern Financial Institutions, Financial Markets, and Systemic Risk, conference organized by the Federal Reserve Bank
of Atlanta and the International Association of Financial Engineers, Atlanta,
GA, April 17-18, 2006
Discussant, “Federal Deficits and Interest Rates,” (by Bachmeier, Thomas and
Kiani), Southern Economic Association Meetings, Washington, DC, November 2005.
Discussant, “The Transmission of Monetary Policy Through Housing and
Mortgage Markets” (by Michael Fratantoni and Scott Schuh) at Housing,
Mortgage Finance, and the Macroeconomy, conference at the Federal Reserve
Bank of Atlanta , May 2005.
Chair of session on Demand Analysis, Econometric Society European Meetings, Istanbul, Turkey, August 1996.
Chair of session on Money Demand Econometric Society European Meetings,
Maastricht, Netherlands, August-September 1994.
Invited participant: Conference on Statistical Models for Financial Volatility.
San Diego, California, April 6-7, 1990.
Discussant: Issues in Macro and Financial Economics, Spring Academic Conference of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, April 26-27, 1990.
Discussant: Southern Economic Association Meetings. Dallas, Texas 1985;
Washington, D.C. 1987; San Antonio, Texas 1988; Orlando, Florida 1989.
Discussant: Middle East Economic Association Annual Meeting (ASSA). Washington, D.C. 1990.
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Editorial
Service
Editorial board : Journal of Economics and Business, since January 1999; Journal of Macroeconomics, January 1999 to December 2013.
Refereeing: Canadian Journal of Economics; Contemporary Economic Policy;
Economic Inquiry; Economic Journal; Empirical Economics; European Economic Review; International Economic Review; Journal of Applied Econometrics; Journal of Banking and Finance; J. of Business and Economic Statistics;
Journal of Economics and Business; Journal of Empirical Finance; Journal of
Finance; J. of Financial and Quantitative Analysis; Journal of International
Economics; J. of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money; J.
of International Money and Finance; Journal of Macroeconomics; Journal of
Money, Credit, and Banking; Journal of Risk and Insurance; Management Science; Review of Economics and Statistics; Scandinavian Journal of Economics;
Southern Economic Journal; Weltwirshatliches Archiv.
Graduate
Macroeconomic Theory I (PhD)
Macroeconomic Theory II (PhD)
Time Series Econometrics (PhD)
Economic Analysis for Business Leaders (MBA)
Courses
Taught
Undergraduate
Principles of Macroeconomics
Money and Banking
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Monetary Economics
Introduction to Econometrics
Graduate
Student
Advising
PhD advisor
Kuhelika De (In progress)
Chadi Abdallah (2011)
Rajaram Ramaprasad (2010)
Hakan Danis (2009)
Elkin Nurmammadov (2009)
Sharri Byron (2009)
Tom Littlefield (2009)
Won Joong Kim (2006)
Darrin Gulla (2005)
Joo Young Lee (2004)
Todd Potts (2002)
Andrew Fisher (2002)
Doh-Khul Kim (2001)
Scott Frame (1996)
Cliff Loo (1995)
Other PhD
Committees
Economics: Michelle Fleming, Keith Bycholski, David Li, Jim Michaels, Jorge
Reis, Jason Taylor, Yih-Pin Tang, Nainish Gupta, Jens Waechter, Lois Allen,
David Porter, Claudia Halabi, Paul Cowgill, Robert Mason, Matt Gregg, John
Chapman, David Beckworth, Syed Hussein, Ilker Kaya, Greg Evans.
MA advisor
Matt Gibson (2010)
Brooks Andrews (2007)
Andrew Vesper (2007)
Jacob Piersol (2005)
Rongrong Liu (2002)
Detlef Schnirring (2000)
Julietta Georgakis (1999)
Dean Aker (1999)
Peter Oertmann (1991)
Finance, Risk and Insurance, Accounting, Agricultural and Applied Economics: Thomas Arnold, Randy Howard, Matej Blesko, Lichen Sun, Andy
Puckett, Sviatoslav Moskalev, Albert Williams, Xuecai Wang, Vahe Heboyan,
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Wesley Burnett, Andre Leibenberg, Isabel Wang.
Undergraduate Carter Economic Policy group: Undergraduate policy paper presented at The
Advising
Carter Presidency: Lessons for the 21st Century, UGA, Athens, GA, January
19-21, 2007.
Roosevelt Institution and Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities
(CURO) advisor, Patrick Dever, “The Economic Implications of a Marijuana
Decriminalization Policy in the United States,” 2007.
CURO advisor for Patrick Dever, “Reforming Subsidies in the Federal Budget“, 2008.
Tax policy expert, Roosevelt Institution Conference, Athens, GA, April 2008.
Honors Theses directed (partial listing): Nicholas Mizauer (2014), Kristen
Tullos (2009), Yves Bouillet (2007), Joshua Adam Sandler (2007).
Public
Lectures
“The Election and the Economy” SGA Vote to Empower Panel Discussion,
October 2004.
“Leadership” Keynote address, Golden Key International Honour Society,
New Member Induction Ceremony, November 21, 2004.
Forum on Global Warming, Economics Society, Fall 2007
“Sub-Prime Mortgages and the Lehman Collapse,“ Oconee County Rotary
Club, September 2008
“ ’What Just Happened?” Terry College and Department of Economics Panel
on the Financial Crisis, October 2008.
“The Stimulus Package,” UGA Economics Society Panel Discussion, February
2009
“America’s Economic Meltdown” Brown Bag Seminar, Athens Public Library,
March 2009
“Recession, Financial Crisis and the Fed’s Response,” Jefferson Area Business
Association, April 2009
“Recession, Financial Crisis and the Fed’s Response,” Athens Chamber of
Commerce, April 2009
“Recession, Financial Crisis and the Fed’s Response,” UGA Alumni Association, Athens, April 2009
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“American Values and the Current Recession” UGA Willson Center Roundtable
Discussion, September 2009
“ ‘Whatever it takes’: The Fed’s response to the financial crisis of 2008,”
Address to the General Assembly, Industrial Minerals Association - North
America Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, September 2009
“ ‘Whatever it takes’: The Fed’s response to the financial crisis of 2008,” UGA
Parents and Families weekend, October 16, 2009
“ ‘Whatever it takes’: The Fed’s response to the financial crisis of 2008,”
Athens First Bank and Trust Customer Breakfast, Nov. 4, 2009.
“ ‘Whatever it takes’: The Fed’s response to the financial crisis of 2008,” UGA
Alumni Association, San Francisco, CA, January 2010.
Panel on the Haitian Earthquake, UGA Roosevelt Institute, January 2010.
The Great Recession Three Years In, UGA Economics Society, October 2011.
Has the Fed Been a Failure? Honors Program Lunchbox Lecture, October
2011.
University
Service
Program Review Committee for the Warnell School of Forestry, 2014-15
University Review Committee for Promotion and Tenure, 2013-2015 (Professional and Applied subcommittee chair in 2014)
University Review Committee for Promotion and Tenure, 2004-2006 (Professional and Applied subcommittee chair in 2006)
University Curriculum Committee, 2011 – 2014
University Facilities Committee, 2011 – 2013
Program Review Committee for the Terry College Music Business Certificate
Program, 2011-12.
Program Review Committee for the Tull School of Accounting (Chair), 200910.
Reviewer, Excellence in Research by Graduate Students Awards, 2009.
Member, Department Head Search Committee, Agricultural and Applied Economics Department, Fall 2007.
Honors Program mentor, 2007 - 2010.
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Office for Internal Diversity mentor, 2007 - 2009.
Foundation Fellows dinner seminar host, Spring 2005 and Fall 2005.
Economics Society, guest speaker annually since 2003.
Roosevelt Seminar guest lecturer, Fall 2007.
Terry College
Service
MBA Committee, 2010 – present
Business Learning Community Task Force, 2008-09
Dean’s Advisory Committee, 2007-09
Mentor in the Leonard Leadership Scholars Program, 2004-07
Academic Programs committee, 2007-08
Terry-Sanford Awards Committee, 2002-08
Executive Committee, 2002-08
Educational Policy Committee 2000-02
Dean’s Leadership Council, 1998-99
Graduate Programs Committee, 1998-2002
Undergraduate Admissions Committee, 1997
Economics
Department
Service
Department Head, June 2002 - June 2008
Director of Graduate Studies (Graduate Coordinator), 1998-2002
Research support committee, 1997-1999
Faculty recruitment committee, 1990, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2008, 2009, 2011
Honors and Awards committee, 2000-2001
Macro prelim committee, 1990 – present
Econometrics prelim committee, various years
Chair of graduate programs committee, 1994-95
Graduate programs committee, 1994-2002
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