Dr. James Swofford
- Monetary aggregation
- Revealed preference tests
- Microeconomic foundations of common currency areas
- Ph.D. University of Florida, Economics
- M.A. University of Florida, Economics
- B.A. University of Richmond, Economics and Political Science
"Mixed Integer Programming Revealed Preference Tests of Utility Maximization and Weak Separability of Consumption, Leisure, and Money" Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, with Per Hjertstrand and Gerald A. Whitney October 2016 vol 48, Issue 7 Pages 1547–1564
“Are the choices of people stochastically rational? A stochastic test of the number of revealed preference violations” with Per Hjertstrand Empirical Economics, vol 46:4 2014
“Microeconomic Foundations of a North American Common Currency Area,” Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. 420-429, May 2005
“Speculation, Arbitrage and Public Policy Toward Ticket Scalping” Public Finance Review Spring 2000.
“A dynamic asymptotically ideal model of money demand” Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 37, Issue 2, April 1996, Pages 371-380 with Adrian Fleissig
“A Revealed Preference Test for Friedman and Schwartz Money,” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, January 1995.
“A revealed preference test for weakly separable utility maximization with incomplete adjustment” with G. Whitney, Journal of Econometrics, 60, p. 235-249, 1994.
“The Composition and Construction of Monetary Aggregates,” with G. Whitney, Economic Inquiry, vol. 29:4, p. 752-761, October 1991.
“Nonparametric Test of Utility Maximization and Weak Separability for Consumption, Leisure and Money,” with G. Whitney, Review of Economics and Statistics, vol. 69:3, p. 458-564, August 1987.
- ECO 215 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 216 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ECO 490 Mathematical Economics
- ECO 490 Game Theory
- ECO 490 Economics of Sports and Entertainment