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David Hakes
Professor of Economics
Office: CBB 214
319-273-3597
david.hakes@uni.edu


Education
Ph.D. (Economics -- Monetary and International) Iowa State University; B.S.  (Economics and Industrial Administration) Iowa State University.

Teaching Interests
Principles and Intermediate Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, History of Economic Thought.

Research Interests
Monetary Policy, Central Banking, Financial Markets, Macroeconomics.

Recent Publications

Responsibilities
Editor, Journal of Economics.

Professional Accomplishments
Professor Hakes's macroeconomic and monetary policy research has been published in a variety of academic journals, such as the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Southern Economic Journal, Public Choice, Journal of Macroeconomics, Eastern Economic Journal, and History of Political Economy. He also writes the study guides that accompany the most popular principles of economics and money and banking textbooks. He is well respected as an outstanding teacher, and was recognized with the 2003 College of Business Administration Faculty Teaching Award. Professor Hakes also earned the CBA Scholarly Achievement Award in 1995, the CBA Service Award in 2000, and the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence in 2000.

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Photo of David HakesDavid Hakes
Professor of Economics

Office: CBB 214
319-273-3597
david.hakes@uni.edu
 

Education
Ph.D. (Economics -- Monetary and International) Iowa State University; B.S.  (Economics and Industrial Administration) Iowa State University.

Teaching Interests
Principles and Intermediate Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, History of Economic Thought.

Research Interests
Monetary Policy, Central Banking, Financial Markets, Macroeconomics.

Recent Publications

Responsibilities
Editor, Journal of Economics.

Professional Accomplishments
Professor Hakes's macroeconomic and monetary policy research has been published in a variety of academic journals, such as the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Southern Economic Journal, Public Choice, Journal of Macroeconomics, Eastern Economic Journal, and History of Political Economy. He also writes the study guides that accompany the most popular principles of economics and money and banking textbooks. He is well respected as an outstanding teacher, and was recognized with the 2003 College of Business Administration Faculty Teaching Award. Professor Hakes also earned the CBA Scholarly Achievement Award in 1995, the CBA Service Award in 2000, and the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence in 2000.

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David Hakes
Professor of Economics

Education
Ph.D. (Economics -- Monetary and International) Iowa State University; B.S.  (Economics and Industrial Administration) Iowa State University.

Teaching Interests
Principles and Intermediate Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, History of Economic Thought.

Research Interests
Monetary Policy, Central Banking, Financial Markets, Macroeconomics.

Recent Publications

Responsibilities
Editor, Journal of Economics.

Professional Accomplishments
Professor Hakes's macroeconomic and monetary policy research has been published in a variety of academic journals, such as the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Southern Economic Journal, Public Choice, Journal of Macroeconomics, Eastern Economic Journal, and History of Political Economy. He also writes the study guides that accompany the most popular principles of economics and money and banking textbooks. He is well respected as an outstanding teacher, and was recognized with the 2003 College of Business Administration Faculty Teaching Award. Professor Hakes also earned the CBA Scholarly Achievement Award in 1995, the CBA Service Award in 2000, and the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence in 2000.

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