Dr. Ehsan Ahmed
Academic Unit Head, Professor
Started at JMU: 1983
Ph.D. (Economics), Michigan State University
M.A. (Economics), Roosevelt University, Chicago
M.A. (Economics), Government College, Lahore, Pakistan
B.A. (Economics, Political Science), Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
Research and teaching: Monetary Macroeconomics, Global Financial Market, Applied Econometrics, Economic Growth
Interfaith and intercommunity dialogue. Promotion of Pakistani-American cultural and political understanding and interaction.
Current Courses Taught:
GECON 200 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 332 Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECON 432 Advanced Macroeconomics (Economic Growth)
“Are There Nonlinear Speculative Bubbles in Commodities?” (Coauthored), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Spring 2014, Volume 36, No 3415, pp 415-437.
“Financial Development and Bubbles: The Case of the Karachi Stock Exchange of Pakistan” Co-authored, Journal of Emerging Markets, Summer 2010, Volume 15, Number 2, pp 33-48.
“Emerging Markets and Stock Market Bubbles: Nonlinear Speculation?” Coauthored, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, July-August 2010, Volume 46, No 04, pp 23-40.
“Nonlinear Bubbles in Chinese Stock market in the 1990’s “, Co-authored, Eastern Economic Journal, winter 2006, Volume 32, Number 1, pp 1-18.
Multiple Unofficial Economy Equilibria and Income Distribution Dynamics in Systemic Transition (with Barkley Rosser and Marina Rosser), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, (2003), Volume 25, No. 3, pp 425-
January 1998 - present, Head, Economics Department, James Madison University
1997 - present, Professor of Economics, James Madison University
1989-1997, Associate Professor of Economics, James Madison University
1983-1989, Assistant Professor of Economics, James Madison University
Recipient of Madison Scholar Award 2002-03 James Madison University, College of Business, James Madison University. (Madison Lecture delivered in College of Business, fall 2002: Title “Islamic Economics: Past, Present and Future).
Community Service Award, College of Business, James Madison University, 2010-11
Business Community Service Award, 1995-96, College of Business, James Madison University.