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Yamin Ahmad

  • PhD, Associate Professor
  • Visiting Professor
  • University of Wisconsin Madison
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Recent publications

  • Government digital information discovery and exploration: the case of unraveling tourism-led-growth paradox in China

    • Hsu M
    • Zhang J
    • Ahmad Y
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  • Causes of nonlinearities in low-order models of the real exchange rate

    • Ahmad Y
    • Lo M
    • Mykhaylova O
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Professional experience

Visiting Professor

University of Wisconsin-Madison

February 2013 - Present

Associate Professor

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

August 2010 - Present

Visiting Scholar

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

January 2013 - February 2013(a month)

Assistant Professor

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

August 2004 - July 2010(6 years)



Georgetown University

August 1999 - July 2004(5 years)

MA Economics

Georgetown University

August 1999 - May 2001(2 years)

MSc in Economics and Econometrics

University of Bristol

September 1998 - August 1999(a year)

BSc Economics

London School of Economics and Political Science

September 1995 - June 1998(3 years)


I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. I got my Ph.D. and a Masters Degree (MA) in Economics from Georgetown University, a Masters Degree in Econometrics (MSc in Economics and Econometrics) from the University of Bristol, and a Bachelors Degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science. My primary field of research lies in monetary economics. I also have research interests that lie in the area of international macroeconomics, heterogenous agent models, threshold models and models that incorporate nonlinear dynamics. I have published the results of my research in peer reviewed journals like the Journal of International Money and Finance, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Economics Letters, Journal of Economics and Finance, Applied Economics, and am currently working on several research projects. Broadly speaking, much of my current research involves examining the dynamics of macroeconomic variables and the underlying persistence of shocks hitting the macroeconomy. I am interested in understanding the transmission mechanism of monetary policy and its effects on the macroeconomy. In one project, I am currently trying to back out the inflation target that the Federal Reserve had been targeting historically. Other research is examining the time series properties and dynamics of both nominal and real exchange rates, as well as the impact of temporal aggregation in estimating the dynamics of aggregated data. At UW-Whitewater, I teach courses on Business Cycles, Mathematical Economics, Advanced International Economics and Business Conditions Analysis. I have also taught Principles of Macroeconomics, Money and Banking and Intermediate Macroeconomics. In addition to those classes, I have previously taught Macroeconomic Theory, Graduate Level Mathematical Economics, and Linear Algebra at Georgetown University.

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