College of Business and Economics
Upham Hall


  • Office Location: Timothy J Hyland Hall
  • Phone: (262) 472-1361
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  • Department(s): Economics

Esmaeil received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. His research interests lie in the areas of applied macroeconomics and open economy macroeconomics. During his teaching career he taught a broad range of courses such as introductory econometrics, money and banking, statistics, principles of micro- and macroeconomics, and economics of globalization. In his free time, Esmaeil enjoys reading, doing research, watching movies, fishing, and biking.

University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee
University of Tehran
University of Tehran

American Economic Association
2015 - Current

Does the Turbulence of the Stock Market Terrify Consumers? Evidence from a Panel of U.S. States Using Pooled Mean Group Estimation
Is Health Care a Necessity or Luxury? Evidence from a Panel of U.S. States Using Pooled Mean Group Estimation
Comparison of the Marshall-Lerner Condition in OECD and Asian Countries: New Evidence from Pooled Mean Group Estimation
Economics Bulletin
Vol. 40 Iss. 2 Pg. 1332-1348
Does Government Spending Affect Money Demand in the United States?
Economic Research Guardian
Vol. 9 Iss. 1 Pg. 35-45
On the Measurement of the Government Spending Multiplier in the United States: an ARDL Cointegration Approach,
Economic Research Guardian
Vol. 8 Iss. 1 Pg. 2-10
Has Technological Advances Reduced Response Time of Trade Flows to Changes in the Exchange Rate and Relative Prices?
The International Trade Journal
Vol. 32 Iss. 2 Pg. 115-131
Impulse Response Analysis and Orcutt’s Hypothesis in Trade
Vol. 42 Iss. 3 Pg. 673-683
Impulse Response Analysis and Orcutt’s Hypothesis in Trade: Evidence from Developing Countries
Applied Economics
Vol. 47 Iss. 53 Pg. 5739-5747