|Dept:||Milgard School of Business|
- Ph.D., Cornell University, 2006.
- M.A., Cornell University, 2004.
- B.S., Brigham Young University, 2000.
Stephen Norman received his PhD in economics from Cornell University in 2006. Most recently, Dr. Norman was a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Economics at Brigham Young University where he worked for two years. His teaching interests include microeconomics, macroeconomics, and statistics.
Dr. Norman's research focuses on exchange rate determination and the statistical tools used to study macroeconomic data.
- NORMAN, STEPHEN (2006). Systematic Small Sample Bias in Two Regime SETAR Model Estimation, Economics Letters.
- NORMAN, STEPHEN (2007). How Well does Nonlinear Mean Reversion Solve the PPP Puzzle?
- NORMAN, STEPHEN (2007). Testing for a Unit Root Against STAR Nonlinearity with a Delay Parameter Greater than One.