Nelson Mark

Nelson Mark

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Alfred C. DeCrane Jr. Professor of International Economics

Office: 437 Flanner Hall
Phone: 574- 631-0518

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Areas of Expertise

International macroeconomics, exchange rate economics

Mark’s primary research interests are in the areas of international macroeconomics, exchange rate economics and international asset pricing. As a concurrent professor of finance, Mark’s expertise also includes international trading and finance, with a focus on the changing landscape of global economies and the emerging economies of India and China. He has published in the “American Economic Review,” “Review of Economic Studies,” “Economic Journal,” “International Economic Review,” “Journal of Monetary Economics,” “Journal of Finance,” and “Journal of International Economics.” He also is associate editor of the Journal of International Economics; International Journal of Finance and Economics; Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking; Pacific Economic Review and New Zealand Economic Papers. Mark is listed in Who’s Who in Economics 4th ed. (2003) and in Marquis Who’s Who in America (2003). He is ranked 670 for publications (1990-2000) and 186 for citations (1990-2000) in Tom Coupe’s study of the top 1000 economists. Professor Mark is research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research.


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