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Chambers, Dustin

Faculty, Economics and Finance

Perdue Hall (PH) 221
410-543-6320 or ext 36320
dlchamberssalisburyedu


Education:
Ph.D. Economics, University of California - Riverside, June 2004

Interests:
Dr. Chambers' research interests include econometrics, data science, development economics, and public policy.


Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • ECON 212-614 MACRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
    Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • ECON 212-615 MACRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
    Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • ECON 212-616 MACRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
    Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • ECON 338-001 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ECONOMICS
    In-depth study of varying economic issues not covered in other economics courses. Students may repeat this course under a different topic. Prerequisites: ECON 211, 212. Three hours per week.
  • FINA 338-001 SPECIAL TOPICS IN FINANCE
    Advanced study of varying finance topics based on students’ interests and needs. May be repeated once for credit under different subtitle. May substitute for finance major elective depending on the topic (see director of undergraduate studies). Major Prerequisites: Varies by topics and Admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: Varies by topics and junior standing. Three hours per week.

2014 Summer I

  • ECON 211-701 MICRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
    Introduction to the ideas and tools economists use to understand human behavior constrained by scarce resources. Analytical tools introduced include supply and demand analysis, elasticities, models of perfect and imperfect competition. These tools will be used to study topics such as consumer and producer decision making, taxation, environmental quality and health care. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

2014 Summer II

  • ECON 212-701 MACRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
    Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

2014 Fall

  • ECON 212-613 MACRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
    Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • ECON 212-614 MACRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
    Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • ECON 430-001 ECONOMETRICS
    Principles of econometric model building, empirical testing and statistical inference. Introduction to the theory and application of time series and limited dependents variable models. Prerequisites: C or better in all of the following: ECON 211, ECON 212, MATH 155, MATH 160 (or 201), INFO 281. Three hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Caviglia-Harris, J., Chambers, D. & Kahn, J. 
(2009). 
Taking the "U" out of Kuznets: A comprehensive analysis of the EKC & environmental degradation. 
Ecological Economics, 
68(4), 
1149-1159. 
Chambers, D. L., Wu, Y. & Yao, H. 
(2008). 
The Impact of Past Growth on Poverty in Chinese Provinces. Named one of the Journal of Asian Economics' "Top 25 Hottest Articles" in the category of economics, econometrics and finance. 
Journal of Asian Economics, 
19(4), 
348-357. 
Chambers, D., Wu, Y., & Yao, H. 
(2008). 
A Tale of Two Provinces: How Growth Can Help or Hinder Equality in China? 
International Research Journal of Finance & Economics, 
Issue 12, 
214-219. 
Chambers, D. 
(2007). 
Trading places: Does past growth impact inequality? 
Journal of Development Economics, 
82(1), 
257-266. 

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