In spring 2015, I'll be teaching an undergraduate economic development course (ECO 473) and a seminar on the economics of Africa (ECO 499).
I have a great macro/monetary student on the market this year - Emily Marshall is currently completing her Ph.D. and teaching at Bates College.
In spring 2012, I was on sabbatical in Belgium. I received a Fulbright grant to do research on poor regions of the rich countries of the European Union at CORE (Center for Operations Research and Econometrics) at the
I normally teach in the first-year Ph.D. macro sequence (ECO 602) every fall, and in the macro Ph.D. field (ECO 762) every other year. In addition, I regularly teach intermediate macro (ECO 402) and an undergraduate class on economics development (ECO 473), and have recently taught an undergraduate topics course on the economics of Africa (ECO 410/499). Recent syllabi for all are attached at left.
Areendam Chanda (LSU) and I co-organized the Southern Growth Conference at the SEA meetings in 2012, 2010, and 2008.
Since October 2011, I've been a co-editor of the Southern Economic Journal, and hope that you'll consider submitting good growth/macro/trade papers there!
Contact: jminier at uky dot edu