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Norman Miller



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Academic Background

  • Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, Economics, 1966
  • M.A. University of Pittsburgh, Economics, 1964
  • B.S. St. Vincent College, Economics, 1961

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Julian Lange 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).

Recent Publications

  • Miller, N. C. (2006). Open Economy Macroeconomics, Vol. II, ed., Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Co.
  • Miller, N. C. (2006). Open Economy Macroeconomics, Vol. I, ed., London, England: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • 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.
  • Miller, N. C. (1997). Sterilization, International Reserve Flows, & Monetary Autonomy in the Bretton Woods System. Indian Economic Journal, 44, 22-38.

Honors & Awards

  • 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
  • Macroeconomics
  • Open economy macroeconomics