Ana María Herrera’s paper, “The Quantitative Effects of Tax Foresight: Not All States are Equal” (joint with Sandeep Kumar Rangaraju, UK alumnus) is forthcoming in the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.
James Ziliak and Christopher Bollinger are the recipients of a new, 3-year, $373,000 National Science Foundation grant that will fund their ongoing research on earnings volatility and inequality.
Ana María Herrera’s paper "The Effect of Oil Supply Shocks on U.S. Economic Activity: What Have We Learned?" (with Sandeep Kumar Rangaraju, UK alumnus) is forthcoming in the Journal of Applied Econometrics.
Ana María Herrera presented "The Effects of Unconventional Monetary Policy on Credit Flows" (with Timothy Bianco, UK alumnus) at the meetings of the International Association for Applied Econometrics in Nicosia, Cyprus.
Ana María Herrera presented "The Effect of Oil Supply Shocks on U.S. Economic Activity: What Have We Learned?" (with Sandeep Kumar Rangaraju, UK alumnus) at the 2019 Workshop on Energy Economics in Seoul, Korea.
Jenny Minier and Alison Davis presented an overview of the economic regions of Kentucky at the Leadership Kentucky orientation in Berea on June 20.
Adib Bagh presented “ Equity-Efficiency Tradeoffs in International Bargaining ” (with Josh Edernigton) at a conference in memory of Marine Quinzii on June 3 in Davis, California.
Adib Bagh and Yoko Kusunose's paper ˜ On The Economic Value of Signals ” is forthcoming in The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics.
Alison Davis (PI, joint appointment with Economics), Jenny Minier (Co-PI), and Michael Clark (Co-PI, Economics and Center for Business and Economic Research) received a $500,000 grant for their project “The Importance of Access to Health Care in Rural Economic Development” from the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Additional Co-PIs include Christina Studts and Jennifer Hunter of UK and Thomas Harris of University of Nevada-Reno.
Felipe Benguria's paper (with Alan M. Taylor,) "After the Panic: Are Financial Crises Demand or Supply Shocks?