Professor Temisan Agbeyegbe

Professor Agbeyegbe, Research Associate, Caribbean Center for Money and Finance, joined the economics department at Hunter College, City University of New York in 1989 after spending six years on the faculty of Rutgers University , New Brunswick, New Jersey. He has held advisory and consulting positions with international agencies, such as United Nations (UNDP, UNECA) and the International Monetary Fund. Professor Agbeyegbe has served as Executive Editor of the Journal of Asian Economics, Associate Editor Evaluation Review, Associate Editor Journal of African Finance and Economic Development, now Journal of African Development, and Associate Editor, New Economic Papers-Caribbean. One of Professor Agbeyegbe's main research interest is in time series econometrics with emphasis in natural resource, commodity and financial markets. He regularly teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in development economics, macroeconomics, econometrics and financial engineering.

Recent Publications and Presentations

On the feasibility of a monetary union in the Southern Africa Development Community

International Journal of Finance and Economics, volume 13.2, (2008), 150-157

Editor’s Introduction: Trade, Taxes an Economic Growth: The Case of Asia and Africa

Journal of Asian Economics, volume 17.2, (2006)

Trade liberalization and tax revenue relationship in Sub-Saharan

joint with J. Stotsky and A. WoldenMariam, Journal of Asian Economics, volume 17.2, (2006)

Real exchange rate volatility and the choice of regimes in emerging markets

joint with Patrick Osakwe“ Journal of Asian Economics, volume 15, (2005): 1005-1022

Estimation of threshold time series models using efficient jump MCMC

joint with Elena Goldman, "Bayesian Statistics and its Application", edited by S.K. Upadhyay, U. Singh and Dipak Dey (2005)

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