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Phone:563-333-6102
Postal address:Department of Economics 518 W. Locust Street Davenport, IA 52803
Workplace:Department of Finance, Economics and Decision Science, St. Ambrose University, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2018

  1. Hollowing Out the Middle? Remittances and Income Inequality in Nigeria
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (1)

2013

  1. Financial Liberalization and Remittances: Recent Longitudinal Evidence
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (9)

2011

  1. Financial Liberalization and the Brain Drain: A Panel Data Analysis
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads

2010

  1. Brain Drain and Institutions of Governance: Educational Attainment of Immigrants to the US 1988-1998
    Middlebury College Working Paper Series, Middlebury College, Department of Economics Downloads View citations (3)
    See also Journal Article in Economic Systems (2011)
  2. Civil War, Ethnicity, and the Migration of Skilled Labor
    Middlebury College Working Paper Series, Middlebury College, Department of Economics Downloads View citations (2)
    See also Journal Article in Eastern Economic Journal (2013)
  3. Gender bias and the female brain drain
    Middlebury College Working Paper Series, Middlebury College, Department of Economics Downloads
    See also Journal Article in Applied Economics Letters (2011)

2009

  1. Brain Drain and Institutions of Governance: Educational Attainment of Immigrants to the US 1988-2000
    Middlebury College Working Paper Series, Middlebury College, Department of Economics Downloads View citations (2)

Journal Articles

2021

  1. Do remittances reduce women’s acceptance of domestic violence? Evidence from Pakistan
    World Development, 2021, 138, (C) Downloads

2019

  1. Does a free media protect labour rights?
    Applied Economics Letters, 2019, 26, (9), 741-744 Downloads
  2. Transnational remittances and state protection of human rights: A case for caution
    Economic Notes, 2019, 48, (3) Downloads View citations (1)

2018

  1. Predicting Terrorism with Machine Learning: Lessons from “Predicting Terrorism: A Machine Learning Approach”
    Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy, 2018, 24, (4), 8 Downloads

2017

  1. Institutions, information, and commitment: the role of democracy in conflict
    Defence and Peace Economics, 2017, 28, (2), 165-187 Downloads View citations (2)

2016

  1. Civil war and economic growth: the case for a closer look at forms of mobilization
    Applied Economics Letters, 2016, 23, (15), 1057-1061 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Do remittances improve income inequality? An instrumental variable quantile analysis of the Kenyan case
    Economic Modelling, 2016, 58, (C), 394-402 Downloads View citations (16)

2015

  1. Financial liberalization and remittances: Recent panel evidence
    The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 2015, 24, (8), 1077-1102 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Gender Equality and Economic Growth: Is it Equality of Opportunity or Equality of Outcomes?
    Feminist Economics, 2015, 21, (1), 110-135 Downloads View citations (4)

2014

  1. Financial liberalization and the selection of emigrants: a cross-national analysis
    Empirical Economics, 2014, 47, (1), 199-226 Downloads View citations (2)

2013

  1. Civil War, Ethnicity, and the Migration of Skilled Labor
    Eastern Economic Journal, 2013, 39, (3), 387-401 Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Working Paper (2010)
  2. Insurance and remittances: New evidence from Latin American immigrants to the US
    Migration Letters, 2013, 10, (3), 383-398 Downloads View citations (3)

2012

  1. Marriage, fertility and the selection of women into high-skill industries
    Applied Economics Letters, 2012, 19, (9), 829-834 Downloads View citations (1)

2011

  1. Brain drain and institutions of governance: Educational attainment of immigrants to the US 1988-1998
    Economic Systems, 2011, 35, (3), 335-354 Downloads View citations (11)
    See also Working Paper (2010)
  2. Gender bias and the female brain drain
    Applied Economics Letters, 2011, 18, (9), 829-833 Downloads View citations (11)
    See also Working Paper (2010)

2007

  1. Determinants of the method of sale in privatization
    Economic Systems, 2007, 31, (3), 272-291 Downloads

2002

  1. Privatization and Equity in Brazil and Russia
    Kyklos, 2002, 55, (4), 495-522 Downloads

Books

2017

  1. Machine-learning Techniques in Economics
    SpringerBriefs in Economics, Springer

Chapters

2017

  1. Data, Variables, and Their Sources
    Springer
  2. Methodology
    Springer
  3. Predicting Economic Growth: Which Variables Matter
    Springer
  4. Predicting Recessions: What We Learn from Widening the Goalposts
    Springer
  5. Predicting a Country’s Growth: A First Look
    Springer
  6. Why This Book?
    Springer
 
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