Brief Curriculum Vitae

David O. Cushman

McKee Professor of Economics and Business, Westminster College, PA, USA
Visiting Professor of Business (nonresident), Oxford Brookes University, UK
Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada



Education

M.A., Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, 1977, 1980.
B.A., Stetson University, 1973 (magna cum laude).


Experience


Regular positions:

Westminster College (2006-         )
University of Saskatchewan (1992-2007)
University of South Florida (1987-1992)
University of New Orleans (1978-1985)

Visiting positions:

Oxford Brookes University (nonresident, 2010-         )
Westminster College (2005-2006)
Vanderbilt University (1986-1987)
University of North Carolina (1985)


Publications

• 2013: “Paul Krugman Denies Having Concurred With an Administration Forecast: A Note,” Econ Journal Watch 10 (January), 108-115.

• 2012: “Mankiw vs. DeLong and Krugman on the CEA’s Real GDP Forecasts in Early 2009: What Might a Time Series Econometrician Have Said?” Econ Journal Watch 9 (September), 309-349.

• 2012: “Exchange Rate Regimes and FDI Flows to Developing Countries,” (with A. Abbott and G. De Vita) Review of International Economics 20 (February), 95-107.

• 2011: “Nonlinear Trends in Real Exchange Rates: A Panel Unit Root Test Approach,” (with N. Michael) Journal of International Money and Finance, 30 (December), 1619-1637.

• 2008: “Long-Run PPP in a System Context: No Favorable Evidence after all for the U.S., Germany, and Japan,” Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money 18 (December), 413-424.

• 2008: “Real Exchange Rates May Have Nonlinear Trends," International Journal of Finance and Economics 13 (April), 158-173.

• 2007: “A Portfolio Balance Approach to the Canadian-U.S. Exchange Rate,” Review of Financial Economics 16 (no. 3), 305-320.

• 2007: “Exchange rates and international financial assets: A special issue in honor of Stanley W. Black,” (with J.B. Breuer) Review of Financial Economics 16 (no. 3), 231-234.

• 2003: “Further Evidence on the Size and Power of the Bierens and Johansen Cointegration Procedures,” Economics Bulletin 3 (no. 25, October), 1-7.

• 2002: “Nonlinear Trends and Co-trending in Canadian Money Demand,” Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics 6 (April), 1-27.

• 2001: “The Law of One Price for Transitional Ukraine,” (with R. MacDonald and M. Samborsky) Economics Letters 73 (November), 251-256.

• 2001: “Western Deficits: Common Causes?” (with R.F. Lucas) in Deficit Reduction in the Far West: The Great Experiment, ed. P. Boothe and B. Reid, University of Alberta Press, 49-87.

• 2001: “Bayesian and DF-GLS Unit Root Tests of Real Exchange Rates over the Current Floating Period,” Economics Bulletin 6 (May), 1-7.

• 2000: “The Failure of the Monetary Exchange Rate Model for the Canadian-U.S. Dollar,” Canadian Journal of Economics 33 (August), 591-603.

• 1997: “Identifying Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy under Flexible Exchange Rates,” (with T. Zha) Journal of Monetary Economics 39 (August), 433-448.

• 1996: “Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Cointegration in Exchange Rate Models for Seven Inflationary OECD Countries,” (with S.S. Lee and T. Thorgeirsson) Journal of International Money and Finance 15 (June), 337-368.

• 1993: “Single-Equation Maximum Likelihood Estimates of the Cointegrating Vector In a Dollar-Lira Exchange Rate Model,” Applied Economics 25 (February), 165-171.

• 1991: Review of Floating Exchange Rates: Theories and Evidence, by Ronald MacDonald (Unwin Hyman: 1988), in International Trade Journal 5 (Spring), 435-440.

• 1990: “U.S. Bilateral Trade Equations: Forecasts and Structural Stability,” Applied Economics 22 (August), 1093-1102.

• 1990: “The Liquidity Trap Theory: Comment,” Southern Economic Journal 56 (January), 807-811.

• 1989: “U.S.-Japanese Bilateral Trade and the Yen-Dollar Exchange Rate: Comment,” Southern Economic Journal 56 (October), 511-523.

• 1988: “Exchange Rate Uncertainty and Foreign Direct Investment in the United States,” Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv [Review of World Economics] 124 (June) 322-336.

• 1988: “U.S. Bilateral Trade Flows and Exchange Risk during the Floating Period,” Journal of International Economics 24 (May), 317-330.

• 1987: “U.S. Bilateral Trade Balances and the Dollar,” Economics Letters 24, 363‑367.

• 1987: “The Effects of Real Wages and Labor Productivity on Foreign Direct Investment,” Southern Economic Journal 54 (July), 174-185.

• 1986: “Has Exchange Risk Depressed International Trade?  The Impact of Third-Country Exchange Risk,” Journal of International Money and Finance 5 (September), 361-379.

• 1985: “Real Exchange Rate Risk, Expectations, and the Level of Direct Investment,” Review of Economics and Statistics 67 (May), 297-308.

• 1983: “The Effects of Real Exchange Rate Risk on International Trade,” Journal of International Economics 15 (August), 45-63.

• 1983: “Making It Financially in South Louisiana Presbytery: An Analysis of Ministerial Salaries,” Presbytery of South Louisiana (October), 14 pp.


Presentations

48 at conferences, universities, and research institutions since 1981.

Awards

Who's Who in Economics (1996, 1999)

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