I completed my PhD in Economics with a specialty in Monetary Policy and Public Finance from The City University of New York/The Graduate Center. In my PhD dissertation, I estimated the Taylor rule with an implicit inflation target. I applied this method to Jordan Monetary Policy and tried to find considerable variation in the implicit target. In this study, I measured how policy interest rates react to deviations of inflation and real activity from their target levels.
I was employed as an economic researcher in the Ministry of Planning of Jordan and Jordan Investment Corporation. I worked as an Economics Professor in Baruch College and Pace University in New York City/USA. . I also worked at Yarmouk University as an assistant Professor and currently I am the head of management department at GJU
International Economics, Money and Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy.
Teaching Interest: International Finance, international Trade, Managerial Economics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Mathematics for Business.
|2018||Hamad A. Kasasbeh, Metri Mdanat, Raed Alkhasawneh,"Corruption and FDI Inflows: Evidence from a Small Developing Economy",Asian Economic and Social Society,Asian Economic and Financial Review, Vol. 8, No. 8, pp. 1075-1085,2018 [View]|
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