Steven L. Green

Professor of Economics & Statistics

Hankamer School of Business

Baylor University

(This home page was last updated on 7/1/13) 

 

 

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MAILING ADDRESS:

Department of Economics

 

Hankamer School of Business

 

Baylor University

 

P. O. Box 98003

 

Waco, TX 76798-8003

 

 

STREET ADDRESS:

Department of Economics

(for UPS, etc.)

Hankamer School of Business

 

Baylor University

 

Corner 5th and Speight Streets

 

Waco, TX 76798-8003

 

 

Telephone (Direct):

(254)-710-4543

Telephone (Department):

(254)-710-2263

FAX:

(254)-710-1092

E-Mail Address:

steve_green@baylor.edu

 

EDUCATION:

 

BA (Economics), Baylor University (1979)

 

MS (Economics), Brown University (1981)

 

PhD (Economics), Brown University (1983)

 

EXPERIENCE:

Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN)

·         Instructor in Economics (1983)

·         Assistant Professor of Economics (1984-85)

 

National Bureau of Economic Research (Cambridge, MA)

·         Research Economist (1984-86)

Economics Institute (Boulder, CO)

·         Visiting Professor (Summer 1987, 1988, 1993)

·         Steering Committee Chairman, World Banking & Finance Program (1987-88)

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas (Dallas, TX)

·         Visiting Scholar (1985-86)

 

Baylor University (Waco, TX)

·         Assistant Professor (1986-89)

·         Associate Professor (1989-1998)

·         Professor (1998 – present)

·         Economics Department Chair (2000-2010)

·         Collaborating Faculty, Department of Statistical Science (1991-present)

·         MBA Core Faculty (2011 – present)

 

 

RESEARCH:

 

Publications

 

Working Papers

 

 

COURSES (Fall 2013):

 

Number

Title

Time

Place

Dates

 

ECO 5115.01

Pricing and Economic Rent

MW 8:00-9:15

CB 300

9/18/13 – 10/23/13

 

ECO 5115.02

“

MW 9:30-10:45

CB 300

“

 

ECO 5116.01

Economics of Strategic Interaction

MW 8:00-9:15

CB 300

10/28/13 – 12/2/13

 

ECO 5116.02

“

MW 9:30-10:45

CB 300

“

 

ECO 5117.01

Managerial Macroeconomics

MW 8:00-9:15

CB 300

8/19/13 – 9/16/13

 

ECO 5117.02

“

MW 9:30-10:45

CB 300

“

 

 

OFFICE HOURS

 

 

(Fall 2013):

Tuesdays

1:00-3:00pm

 

Wednesdays

1:00-3:00pm

 

& by appointment

 

 

 

 

Please email me at Steve_Green@baylor.edu if you would like to set up an appointment.

 

ECONOMICS LINKS:

HYPERLINK:

WWW Links for Economists

 

 

Economic Forecasts:

UCLA-Anderson [USA, California, Los Angeles]

 

U. of Michigan [USA]

 

Mexico Consensus Economic Forecast

 

 

Economic Commentary:

First Union Corp.

 

Daily Economic Indicator Report

 

Texas Comptroller's Office

 

Morgan Stanley Global Economic Forum

 

 

Federal Reserve System:

Board of Governors (Washington, DC)

(Economic commentary, data,

Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland,  Dallas

analysis, etc. LOTS and LOTS

Kansas City, Minneapolis, New York

of useful stuff!)

Philadelphia, Richmond, San Francisco

 

St. Louis

 

 

DATA:

Bureau of Labor Statistics (CPI, employment)

 

U.S. Census Bureau (Population)

 

FEDStats (U.S. Federal Govt. Agencies)

 

U.S. Department of Commerce (various)

 

Bureau of Economic Analysis (GDP Accounts)

 

STAT-USA (various)

 

Statistical Agencies, Other Countries

 

Texas Economy

 

 

International Agencies: 

OECD (Org. for Econ. Coop. & Development)

 

IMF (International Monetary Fund)

 

World Bank

 

 

News Media:

Business Week Online, The Economist

[NOTE: For full access to some

Financial Times, Wall Street Journal

of these, you must subscribe.]

USA Today, London Times

 

Dallas Morning News , Houston Chronicle

 

New York Times, Washington Post

 

Christian Science Monitor (entire paper!)

 

Los Angeles Times, MSNBC

 

Cable News Network (CNN)

 

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

 

Washington Times

 

Access Waco (Waco Tribune-Herald)

 

 

Miscellaneous:

National Association for Business Economics

 

American Economic Association

 

Economics Departments on the Internet

 

American Universities

 

Student Economic Review (Univ. of Dublin)

 

FairModel (large econometric model of the U.S. economy that you can use online to do policy simulations, etc.)

 

Economist Screen Saver

 

Send a Postcard via E-Mail

  

OTHER LINKS:

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church