Dr. John Burger
Professor of Economics
Sellinger Hall 313
International Finance, Monetary Policy, Sports Economics
Ph D, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
BS, Wake Forest University.
"Emerging Local Currency Bond Markets" (with F.E. Warnock and V.C. Warnock) Financial Analysts Journal 68(4):73-93, July 2012.
"Is America's Pastime Too Time Consuming?" (with Stephen J.K. Walters), Economics Letters 116(2):204-206, May 2012.
"External capital structures and oil price volatility," (with A. Rebucci, F.E. Warnock and V.C. Warnock), Journal of Business, Finance and Economics in Emerging Economies 5(2): 1-37, December 2010.
John Burger, F.E. Warnock and V.C. Warnock, Investing in Local Currency Bond Markets, NBER Working Paper #16249, 2010.
John D. Burger and Stephen J. Walters, Uncertain Prospects: Rates of Return in the Baseball Draft, Journal of Sports Economics, 10(5) 2009, 485-501.
Burger, J. D., Walters, S. J.K., The Existence and Persistence of a Winner's Curse: New Evidence from the (Baseball) Field, Southern Economic Journal, 75, 1, (2008).
Burger, J. D., Warnock, F. E., Warnock, V. C., Ingredients for a Well-functioning Capital Market, Korea's Economy 2008, 24, (2008), p. 31-38.
Burger, J. D., Warnock, F. E., Foreign Participation in Local Currency Bond Markets, Review of Financial Economics, 16, 3, (2007), p. 291-304.
Burger, J. D., Warnock, F. E., Foreign Participation in Emerging Asian Bond Markets, Korea's Economy 2006, 22, (2006), p. 24-28.
Burger, J. D., Warnock, F. E., Local Currency Bond Markets, IMF Staff Papers, 53, (2006), p. 133-146.
Burger, J. D., Walters, S. J.K., Arbitrator Bias and Self-Interest: Lessons from the Baseball Labor Market, Journal of Labor Research, 26 (2), (2005), p. 267-280.
Adam Smith Economic Society