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Rebecca Neumann

Associate Professor, Undergraduate Advisor
 (414) 229-4347
 Bolton Hall 828

Website: http://people.uwm.edu/rneumann

Degrees

PhD, Economics, University of Colorado-Boulder
MA, Economics, University of Colorado-Boulder
MS, Finance, University of Arizona
BA, International Relations and Business Studies, Bond University, Queensland, Australia

Research Interests

Open Economy Macroeconomics, International Finance, International Trade, Macroeconomics, Public Finance

Current Projects

“Financial Integration, Macroeconomic Volatility, and the Directions of Capital Flows” (with Ping-Hang Fan and Hamid Mohtadi).

“The International Trade Credit Channel: Implications for Industry Investment” (with Sarah Imlau).

Selected Publications

Maskus, K., Milani, S., & Neumann, R. M. (2018, September). The Impact of Patent Protection and Financial Development on Industrial R&D. Research Policy, forthcoming.
Coon, M., & Neumann, R. M. (2018, May). Follow the Money: Remittance Responses to FDI Inflows. Journal of Globalization and Development, forthcoming.
Neumann, R. M., & Ssozi, J. (2016). Political Influence on Fiscal and Monetary Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of African Economies, 25(1), 55-109.
Bose, N., & Neumann, R. M. (2015, March). An Explanation for the Diversity of Financial Structure. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 19(2), 270-287.
Maskus, K. E., Neumann, R. M., & Seidel, T. (2012). How National and International Financial Development Affect Industrial R&D (with Keith E. Maskus and Tobias Seidel. European Economic Review, Elsevier, 56(1), 72-83.
Neumann, R. M., Penl, R., & Tanku, A. (2009, June). Volatility of Capital Flows and Financial Liberalization: Do Specific Flows Respond Differently? International Review of Economics and Finance, 18(3), 488-501.
Neumann, R. M. (2006). The Effects of Capital Controls on International Capital Flows in the Presence of Asymmetric Information. Journal of International Money and Finance, 25(6), 1010-1027.
Neumann, R. M. (2003). International Capital Flows under Asymmetric Information and Costly Monitoring: Implications of Debt and Equity Financing. Canadian Journal of Economics, 36(3), 674-700.