Dr. Norman Sedgley

Professor of Economics

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Contact:

Sellinger Hall 319
nsedgley@loyola.edu
410-617-2848

Research Areas:

Economic Growth, Applied Econometrics and Time Series Analysis


Academic Degrees

Ph D, University of New Hampshire.
MA, University of New Hampshire.
BA, University of New Hampshire.


Representative Publications

Sedgley, N. H., Scott, C. E., Williams, N. A., Derrick, F. W., Prison's Dilemma: Do Education and Jobs Programs Affect Recidivism?, Economica.

Norman H. Sedgley and Bruce Elmslie, Reinterpreting the Jones Critique: A Time Series Approach to Testing and Understanding Idea Driven Growth Models with Transitional Dynamics, Journal of Macroeconomics, 2010.

Sedgley, N. H., Williams, N. A., Derrick, F. W., The Effect of Educational Test Scores on House Prices in a Model with Spatial Heterogeneity, Journal of Housing Economics, 17, 2, (2008), p. 191-200.

Sedgley, N. H., A Time Series Test of Innovation Driven Growth Models, Economic Inquiry, 44, 2, (2006), p. 318-332.


Awards and Honors

Economics Dept. Research Article of the Year, 2004.
Omicron Delta Epsilon: National Honor Society in Economics.
Dean's Research Symposium, 2007.
Economics Dept. Teaching Award, 2006.
Beta Gamma Sigma: National Honor Society in Business.


Professional Memberships

American Economics Association
Western Economics Association
Southern Economics Association
History of Economic Society

 

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