Summary of WFU Faculty Information Forms
Department of Economics
“Impact of Regional Integration on
Trade and Firm Performance in
“Technical Progress and Growth in
“The Impact of Microbicides and Changes in Condom Usage on HIV Prevalence in Men and Women,” AIDS 20 (2006),1551-1553. July.
“A Susceptible-Infected Epidemic Model with Voluntary Vaccinations,” Journal of Mathematical Biology 53 (2006), 253, 272. August.
Review of The Resilient City: How Modern Cities Recover from Disaster, by L. Vale and T. Campanella. In EH.NET. November 2006.
Hammond, J. Daniel
“Friedman, Rose Director (1911- ),” pp. 307-08, and “Friedman, Milton (1912 ),” pp. 299-307, Biographical Dictionary of American Economists, London and New York, Thoemmes Continuum, 2006.
“More Fiber Than
Thread? Evidence on the Mirowski-Hands Yarn,” in P. Mirowski and D.W. Hands,
eds., pp. 130-52. Agreement on Demand:
Consumer Theory in the Twentieth Century. Annual Supplement to Volume 38, History of Political Economy.
Review of Sandra J. Peart and David M. Levy, The “Vanity of the Philosopher”: From Equality to Hierarchy in Post-Classical Economics, EH.NET, September 2006.
Review of Michael Szenberg, Aron Gottesman, and Lall
Ramrattan, Paul Samuelson: On Being An
Review of Robert B. Ekelund, Jr., Robert F. Hébert, and
Robert D. Tollison, The Marketplace of
“Do Economists Differ from Political Scientists on Public Choice? Evidence from a Survey,” (with Robert Whaples) Korean Journal of Public Choice 1: 35-41, 2006
“A Pivotal Voter from a Pivotal State: Roger Sherman at the Constitutional Convention,” (with Keith Dougherty) American Political Science Review 100: 297-302, 2006
“Another Look at the Evidence for Rational Partisan Cycles,” Public Choice 126: 257-274, 2006 (lead article)
Economics of Keynes in Historical Context: An Intellectual History of the
Review of Joan Robinson’s Economics on EH-Net, October, 2006.
Editor, EH.NET’s Encyclopedia of Economic and Business History. (Contents by the end of May 2007 exceed 1800 pages.)
“Do Economists Differ from Political Scientists on Public Choice: Evidence from a Survey” (with Jac Heckelman), Korean Journal of Public Choice 1 (1), July 2006: 35-41.
“Collapse? The ‘Dismal’ Science Doesn’t Think So: Economists’ Views of the Future,” The Independent Review, 11 (2), Fall 2006.
“Do Economists Agree on Anything?” The Economists’ Voice, 3 (9), November 2006. This paper became the most downloaded article in the journal’s three-year history and was featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education on January 15, 2007. .
“Time to Eliminate the Penny from the
Book Reviews written this year
Plows, Plagues and Petroleum: How Humans Took Control of Climate by William F. Ruddiman, EH.NET, July 2006.
Individual Accounts for Social Security Reform: International
Perspectives on the
Death in the Haymarket: A Story of Chicago: The First Labor Movement, and the Bombing that Divided Gilded Age America by James Green, History: Reviews of New Books, forthcoming.
Envy of the World: A History of the
Economic Turbulence: Is a Volatile Economy Good for
Depression, War, and Cold War: Studies in Political Economy, by Robert Higgs, Choice: Current Reviews of Academic Books, 44 (6), March 2007.
The Marketplace of Christianity, by Robert B. Ekelund, Jr., Robert F. Hébert, and Robert D. Tollison, Choice: Current Reviews of Academic Books, 44 (8), May 2007.
The Baseball Economist: The Real Game Exposed, by J. C. Bradbury, Books and Culture, July/August 2007.
What Do Unions Do? A Twenty-year Perspective, edited by James T. Bennett and Bruce E. Kaufman, Choice: Current Reviews of Academic Books, forthcoming.
“Why Keeping the Penny No Longer Makes Sense,”
Wall Street Journal, letter to the editor, August 1, 2007.
Wall Street Journal, Econoblog debate with Ray Lombra on eliminating the penny, November 17, 2006.
“Should We Eliminate the Penny?” Costco Connection, December 2006.
“Do Economists Agree on Climate Change? Yes,” Technology Central Station Daily, December 18, 2006.
“Why Economists Would Veto the Stadium Deal,”
Martin, Jr.: A Reevaluation, Region
Focus, Federal Reserve Bank of
Independent Central Banks: New and Old, Cato Journal, Fall 2006.
Presented papers on economic development in Africa at several conferences, and universities, including the American Economic Association, the Eastern Economic Association, the International Atlantic Economic Association, the University of North Florida, North Carolina A&T University, UNC-Greensboro, UNC-Chapel Hill World View Program, Stellenbosch University (South Africa), the UN African Institute of Economic Development and Planning (Dakar, Senegal). Titles available upon request.
Organizer and Chair of Conference on
“Sector-led Growth in
Lectures on “Governance and Economic
Policy in Africa,” UNIDEP,
“Socialismo del Siglo XXI: Efficient socialist planning,” Primer Encuentro de Pueblos y Estados por a Liberación de la Patria Grande, Sucre, Bolivia, October 2006.
“Demography and Marx’s Falling Rate
of Profit,” Economics Department Seminar, The New School for Social Research,
Invited paper: " The Social Gospel Economics of Richard Ely: Prophet to the Protestant Mainline." History of Political Economy/Duke Press conference called "Keeping Faith: Economics and Religion," April 19-21, 2007.
Hammond, J. Daniel
Discussant, Chicago Economics in Historical and Philosophical Perspective, ASSA conference, Chicago, IL, Jan. 5-7, 2007.
“Transcendental Commitments of Economists: Friedman, Knight, and Nef,” Summer Institute for the Preservation of the History of Economics, George Mason Univ., June 4-7, 2007 and History of Economics Society annual conference, July 8-11, 2007.
“In the Shadows of Vanity: Religion and the Debate over Hierarchy,” History of Economics Society annual conference, July 8-11, 2007.
“Foreign Aid and Market Reform” International Atlentic Economics Society, October 2006
“Voting on Voting with the Feet” International Atlentic Economics Society, October 2006
“Costs analysis of Diabetes Prevention Programs.” Presented to the Masters of Epidemiology class, Wake Forest School of Medicine, April, 2007.
Discussant, Economic History Association meetings, Pittsburgh, September 2006.
Discussant, Southern Economic Association meetings, Charleston, SC, November 2006.
Discussant, Conference in World
History and Economics,
Discussant, Southern Economics Association Meeting, November, 2006.
Stability of the Federal Reserve,
1914-2006, 11th International Conference on Macroecononic Analysis,
2007 - The African Finance and Economic Association – Chairman of the Board of Directors
Hammond, J. Daniel
Editorial Board, Journal of the History of Economic Thought
Advisory Board, History of Economics Working Paper Series
Book Review Editor, EH.NET
BB&T Bank, taught one-week course for BB&T Banking School at Wake Forest University (July 2006)
Foundation for Teaching Economics, taught one-week course on economic history to high school teachers, Charleston, SC (July 2006)
2006-2007 ACC Faculty Development Grant. Title: Post-conflict Reconciliation and
Reconstruction in Africa (with Craig Brookins of NC State).
Amount: $70,000. Funds used to lead a group of faculty and researchers from the
12 ACC universities and colleges to
“Translating Research Into the Prevention of Diabetes Trial:
National Institutes of Health
(over 5 years)