Joint Work of UWM PhDs

Seeing our graduates working together on research is a great treat.  It shows that our students value each other as colleagues and have created a community and network of scholars.  I will not do justice to all the examples but here are just a few recent ones I caught (send me more!):

Sumit Agarwal (PhD 1998) and  Souphala Chomsisengphet  (PhD 2000), Yildiray Yildirim, Jian Zhang 2020, “Interest Rate Pass-Through and Consumption Response: The Deposit Channel,” Review of Economics and Statistics.

Jacqueline Agesa (PhD 1996) and Richard Agesa (PhD 1996) 2019, “Time Spent On Household Chores (Fetching Water) And The Alternatives Forgone For Women in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Kenya,” The Journal of Developing Areas 53(2)

Mehdi Barati (PhD 2017) and Hadiseh Fariditavana (PhD 2016) 2020, Asymmetric Effect of Income on US Healthcare Expenditure: Evidence from the Nonlinear Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) Approach,” Empirical Economics  58: 1979–2008.

Miao Chi (PhD  2011) and Michael Coon (PhD 2012) 2020, “Variation in Naturalization Premiums by Country of Origin,” Eastern Economic Journal 46: 102-125.

Ali Dadpay (PhD  2007) and Saleh Tabrizy (PhD 2015) 2020, “Political Agreements and Exporting Activities: An Empirical Assessment of the Effects of the JCPOA Agreement on Iran’s Exports,” Comparative Economic Studies.