Amy Henderson
Assistant Professor of Economics

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Departments: Economics
Office: Anne Arundel Hall, Room 119A
Email: abhenderson@smcm.edu
Phone: (240) 895-2256

Publications

“Pollution Control and the Housing Market in a Mono-Centric City” (with M.H. Ye and A.M. Yezer)

Presented at the 72nd International Atlantic Economic Conference, Washington, D.C., October 2011.

 

How to Work Less and Learn More:  Using Data Already at Hand to Inform Effective Decision Making

April 2010, Presented at the National Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts, New Brunswick, NJ.

 

“Equal Employment Opportunity”  section of the Minority Participation chapter of the 2008-2009 Report of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Minority Concerns

 

“Five Keys to Assessing Economic Damages”, Employment Law Strategist, June 2003.

 

Nonlinear Dynamic Systems and Macroeconomics:  Applications to Exchange Rate Determination

July 1995, Dissertation, George Washington University

 

“STAR Modeling for Stocks and Currencies” (co-authored with Michael D. Bradley)

July / August 1995, The Journal of International Fund Management: Global Investor.  Reprinted in Applying     Quantitative Discipline to Asset Allocation, B. Putnam, ed., Euromoney Publications, 1995.

 

“Sailing off the Edge of the Linear World”

July / August 1994, The Journal of International Fund Management: Global Investor.  Reprinted in Applying Quantitative Discipline to Asset Allocation, B. Putnam, ed., Euromoney Publications, 1995.

 

Chaos Theory:  How can it be empirically applied to macroeconomic concepts?

February 1992, Macroeconomics Seminar, George Washington University

 

Inflationary Consequences of Deficit Finance:  The Case of Peru ( co-authored with B. Putnam and E. Tarazona)

November 1991, Southern Economics Association Conference (working paper)

 

An Economic Analysis of Expanding Prison Populations

September 1990, Office of Management and Budget