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Dr Esmaeil Ebadi

Dr Esmaeil Ebadi

Lecturer in Economics

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Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK

Dr. Esmaeil Ebadi is a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Exeter Business School. His research field is Open Economy Macroeconomics. He has previously taught and researched at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Illinois State University, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and Grand Valley State University. His work has been published in academic journals such as Applied Economics, Empirica, the Journal of International Trade, and Economic Research Guardian.

Nationality: American

Qualifications

Ph.D. , M.A. (Uni. Wisconsin-Milwaukee), M.Sc. , B.A. (Uni. Tehran)

Research interests

  • Open Economy Macroeconomics
  • Applied Macroeconomics
  • Applied Time Series Econometrics

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Ebadi E (In Press). On the Measurement of the Government Spending Multiplier in the United States: an ARDL Cointegration Approach. Economic Research Guardian, 1, 2-10. Full text.
Bahmani-Oskooee M, Ebadi E (2016). Have Technological Advances Reduced Response Time of Trade Flows to Changes in the Exchange Rate and Relative Prices?. International Trade Journal, 30(2), 115-131. Abstract. DOI.
Bahmani-Oskooee M, Ebadi E (2015). Impulse response analysis and Orcutt’s hypothesis in trade. Empirica, 42(3), 673-683. Abstract. DOI.
Bahmani-Oskooee M, Ebadi E (2015). Impulse response analysis and Orcutt’s hypothesis in trade: evidence from developing countries. Applied Economics, 47(53), 5739-5747. Abstract. DOI.

Publications by year


In Press

Ebadi E (In Press). On the Measurement of the Government Spending Multiplier in the United States: an ARDL Cointegration Approach. Economic Research Guardian, 1, 2-10. Full text.

2016

Bahmani-Oskooee M, Ebadi E (2016). Have Technological Advances Reduced Response Time of Trade Flows to Changes in the Exchange Rate and Relative Prices?. International Trade Journal, 30(2), 115-131. Abstract. DOI.

2015

Bahmani-Oskooee M, Ebadi E (2015). Impulse response analysis and Orcutt’s hypothesis in trade. Empirica, 42(3), 673-683. Abstract. DOI.
Bahmani-Oskooee M, Ebadi E (2015). Impulse response analysis and Orcutt’s hypothesis in trade: evidence from developing countries. Applied Economics, 47(53), 5739-5747. Abstract. DOI.

Invited lectures

Conference Presentations

  • Wisconsin Economic Association, Annual Conference, 2015.
  • Midwest Economic Association, Annual Conference,2016.

Professional Service

  • Discussant, Midwest Economic Association, Annual Conference, 2016.

I have served as a teaching assistant for Statistics and a research assistant at the University of Tehran-Iran. During my Ph.D. program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, I taught Principles of Macroeconomics. As an Instructional Assistant Professor of Economics at Illinois State University I instructed undergraduate and graduate students in Introductory Econometrics, Money and Banking, and Principles of Economics. I have also had the opportunity to teach Introductory Macroeconomics at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Before joining the University of Exeter as a Lecturer, I have taught Introductory Macroeconomics and Microeconomics at Grand Valley State University. This term at the University of Exeter I have been assigned to teach Basic Quantitative Methods.

Given my research interests, I would be most interested in teaching courses in Open Economy Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, Microeconomics, and Statistics/Econometrics.

Modules

2018/19