The Twelfth Annual Missouri Economics Conference

Friday, October 5, 2012

"Male income inequality and female marital decision in recent 20 years in China"
Xue Li (Louisiana State University)

"Is moving high-performing teaching to low-performing schools feasible? Evidence from Missouri public schools"
Shishan Shi (University of Missouri-Columbia)

"The effect of economic reform and industrial policy in a panel of Chinese cities"
Lin Shao (Washington University in St. Louis)

"Are people really against trade liberalization? Cross-country evidence"
Channary Khun (Southern Illinois University)

"Do trade flows interact in space? Spatial origin-destination modeling of gravity"
Shali Luo (University of Missouri-Columbia)

"Chinese immigrant fertility"
Jing Fu (Kansas University)

"Developing price discovery measures within a volatility-based model"
Guangli Lu (Louisiana State University)

"How does speculation affect the oil price and does it matter to the U.S. economy?"
Junchuan (Jesse) Zeng (University of Missouri-Columbia)

"Advance selling in the presence of experienced consumers"
Oksana Loginova (University of Missouri-Columbia)

"Centralization or decentralization in multi-agency non-exclusive contracting games"
Yu Chen (Indiana University)

"Illegal immigration and fiscal competition"
Subhayu Bandyopadhyay (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)

"How important is target leverage? A study of determinants of firms' capital structure adjustments"
Doruk Ilgaz (University of Houston)

"Panics and growth: a cross-country analysis"
Nam T. Vu (Vanderbilt University)

"Imperfect information, lending standards and macroprudential policies"
Natalie Tiernan (Georgetown University)

"Liquidity, collateral constraint and financial intermediation"
Yulei Peng (Texas A&M University)

"Impact of monetary policy in the presence of theft"
Devika Hazra (Texas A&M University)

"Explaining the durable goods co-movement puzzle with non-separable preferences: A Bayesian approach"
Jaya Dey (Oklahoma State University)

"Monitoring U.S. States business cycle synchronization: When and how a recession is coming?"
Danilo Leiva-Leon (University of Alicante)

"Extensive and intensive trade margins: A state-by-state view"
Cletus Coughlin (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)

"A test of private information in life insurance markets"
Xi Wu (Texas A&M University)

"Does HIV increase the risk of spousal violence in sub-Saharan Africa?"
Yoo-Mi Chin (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

"Temporary Help Work: Compensating Differentials and Multiple Job-Holding"
Peter Mueser (University of Missouri-Columbia)

"Effect of wage inequality between high and low educated males on females' martial decision since 1990 in US"
Xue Li (Louisiana State University)

"International trade and the polarization of wage earnings"
Achala Acharya (University of Florida)

"Working (and studying) day and night: Heterogeneous effects of working on the academic performance of full-time and part-time students"
Rajeev Darolia (George Washington University)

"Asymmetric interest rate pass-through from monetary policy: The role of bank regulation"
Sebastian Roelands (University of Notre Dame)

"Carry trading strategies with Taylor rule and non-linear dynamic factor: A dynamic factor Markov-switching model"
Gokcen Ogruk (University of Houston)

"Financial shocks and the natural rate: A role for money in Taylor rules"
Andrew Smith (Kansas University)

"Solving generalized multivariate linear rational expectations models"
Fei Tan (Indiana University)

"Identification failure in a structural VAR with intervention: Alternative Identification and estimation"
Christopher Neely (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)

"Conditionally efficient estimation of long-run relationships using mixed-frequency time series"
J. Isaac Miller (University of Missouri-Columbia)

"Optimal monetary policy under fiscal dominance"
Xuan Zhou (Indiana University)

"Optimal fiscal and monetary policy with heterogeneous agents and nonlinear taxation"
Yulei Peng (Texas A&M University)

"Capital income tax reforms in a global economy under uninsured idiosyncratic risk and borrowing constraints"
Ayse Kabukcuoglu (University of Texas-Austin)

"Barger's revised quarterly NIPA data revisited: 1921-41"
Conway Lackman (Duquesne University)

"On measurement of business cycles and long-term trends"
Shawn Ni (University of Missouri-Columbia)

"Comparing general and partial equilibrium approaches to the study of real business cycles"
Kan Chen (Vanderbilt University)

Saturday, October 6, 2012

"The case for an M2 growth rate of 10 %"
William H. Carlson (Duquesne University)

"Monetary policy evaluation with real-time date: U.S.A. and its trading neighbors"
Amlan Datta (University of Memphis)

"Greenspan’s conundrum and the Fed’s ability to affect long-term yields"
Daniel Thornton (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)

"International channels of the Fed's unconventional monetary policy"
Christopher Neely (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)

"Leveraging the capital stock: Asset securitization and external borrowing"
Jason Rastovski (University of Notre Dame)

"Third-country effects on the exchange rate"
Kimberly Berg (University of Notre Dame)

"Dynamic portfolio choices and monetary policy for small open economy"
YoungJin Choi (North Carolina State University)

"Excess reserves during the U.S. financial crisis: A bank-level perspective"
Silvio Contessi (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)

"Characteristics of the unbanked and underbanked: An analysis of the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics across three surveys"
Elizabeth Breitbach (University of Nebraska)

"How do money market conditions affect shadow banking activity? Evidence from security repurchase agreements"
Karl Boulware (University of Alabama)

"Asymmetric effects of monetary policy on stock returns in bull and bear markets: The evidence from intraday data"
Dennis Jansen (Texas A&M University)

"The time varying leading properties of the high yield spread in the United States"
Pierangelo De Pace (Pomona College)


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