John Z. Drabicki

Assistant Department Head
Associate Professor of Economics
McCoy/Rogers Faculty Fellow

Degrees

Ph.D. in Economics, Purdue University, 1974

Areas of Expertise

  •  Macroeconomics
  •  International Economics
  •  Applied Microeconomic Theory

Courses

ECON 332 Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECON 597C Teaching Methods in Economics

Current Research

Professor Drabicki is studying international trade in the presence of public goods and continuing his work on the general robustness of the law of comparative advantage.

Selected Publications

  • “The Stability of a Neoclassical Monetary Growth Model,” Economic Studies Quarterly, 1985.
  • “Money, Debt, and Economic Growth,” with Akira Takayama, Journal of Economic Theory, 1984.
  • “The Theory of Comparative Advantage in a Monetary World,” with Akira Takayama, Southern Economic Journal, 1983.
  • “An Optimal Monetary Policy in an Aggregate Neoclassical Model of Economic Growth,” with Akira Takayama, Journal of Macroeconomics, 1983.