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- Curriculum Vita[PDF]*
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- Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, Economics, 1966
- M.A. University of Pittsburgh, Economics, 1964
- B.S. St. Vincent College, Economics, 1961
Academic & Professional Experience
- Professor of Economics, Miami University (1985-Present).
- Associate and Full Professor, University of Pittsburgh (1972-1985).
- Consultant, U.S.Treasury Department (1973-1972).
- Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University (1967-1972).
- Assistant Professor, Bowling Green University (1966-1967).
- Miller,N. C. & Jing Li, "Foreign Exchange Maarket Ineffiiency and Exchange Rate Anomalies," Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions, and Money, 34, 2015, 311-320.
- Miller, N. C., Exchange Rate Economics: The Uncovered Interest Parity Puzzle and Other Anomalies, Edward Elgar, 2014.
- Miller, N. C. and Bill Craighead, "The Causes of and Gains from Intertemporal Trade", Journal of Economic Education, 41, 2009, 275-91.
- Miller, N. C., "Productivity Shocks, the Real Exchange Rate and the Euro Puzzle", Journal of International Money and Finance, June, 2008. Miller, N. C. (2006). Open Economy Macroeconomics, Vols. I & II, ed., Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Co.
- Miller, N. C. (2005). Can Exchange Rate Variations or Trade Policy Alter the Equilibrium Current Account. Journal of International Money and Finance.
- Miller, N. C. (2002). Balance of Payments & Exchange Rate Theories, London, England: Edward Elgar Publishing Company.
Honors & Awards
- Nominated for the Effective Educator Award seven times since joining Miami.
- 1991, 1990: Outstanding Professor Miami University, Delta, Delta, Delta.
- 1990: Outstanding Professor, Miami University, Alpha Delta Pi.
- 1988: One of Twenty-five Most Outstanding Faculty Members, Miami University, Delta Gamma, Alpha Omicron Chapter.
- 1987: One of the Outstanding Professors at Miami, Order of Omega.
Areas of Expertise
- International finance
- Macro-monetary economics
- Open economy macroeconomics
Norman C. Miller specializes in International Finance and Open Economy Macroeconomics. He has published six books and 35 scholarly articles. The latter include papers in leading journals such as: American Economic Review, Economic Journal, Journal of Finance, Journal of International Money and Finance, Review of Economics and Statistics, and Quarterly Journal of Economics. In addition to teaching Introductory International Economics, and Advanced International Finance, he has consistently taught large (150-300 students)sections of Principles of Macroeconomics. Since joining the faculty at Miami he has taught more than 12,000 students, with very positive feedback from the vast majority of them.
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