Kamran Dadkhah

Kamran Dadkhah

Associate Professor of Economics
617.373.2297
education Ph.D., Economics
Indiana University
Mailing address 317 LA
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Biography

Kamran M. Dadkhah is an associate professor in the Department of Economics at Northeastern University, Boston, where his areas of interest are econometrics, macroeconomics, international economics, and Middle Eastern economies.  Previous positions have included senior economist, Abt Associates, Inc., Cambridge, Mass.; senior economist, Development and Investment Bank of Iran; and director of planometrics and general economy bureau, Plan and Budget Organization of Iran.  He has published in The Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Political Economy, International Journal of Middle East Studies, Applied Economics, Middle Eastern Studies, European Journal of Operational Research, Decision Sciences, Empirical Economics, and Mathematical and Computer Modelling.  He holds a BA degree in economics from Tehran University, MA and PhD degrees in economics from Indiana University, and an MS degree in mathematics from Northeastern University.  He is the author of Foundations of Mathematical and Computational Economics, 2nd ed. (Springer 2011) and The Evolution of Macroeconomic Theory and Policy (Springer 2009).

Selected Publications

Foundations of Mathematical and Computational Economics, 2nd ed., Springer 2011, 1st ed. Thomson/South-Western, 2007.

The Evolution of Macroeconomic Theory and Policy, Springer, 2009.

“Changes in Income Inequality and Economic Growth,” Letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal, April 16, 2012, p.A14.

“China Trade Deficit’s Real Culprit,” Letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal, March 29, 2010, p.A22.

“Economic Highs and Lows,” Letter to the editor of the Economist (online version), January 22, 2009.

“Extolling the Virtues of Trade,” Letter to the Editor of the Boston Globe, November 11, 2007.

“The Case of Erudite Economists,” Journal of Political Economy, 93, December 1985, pp. 1268-1271.

“Confidence Interval for Predictions from a Logarithmic Model,” Review of Economics and Statistics, 66, August 1984, pp. 527-528.

“Futures Market for Crude Oil,” in The Oil Market in the 1980s: A Decade of Decline edited by Katz and Shojai, Pergamon Press, 1992, Pp.207-219.