2006 Sessions for Robert E. Moore

10:00 - 11:45 a.m.
Session 180P
Foreign and Domestic Investment

Session Chairs:

Stephen L. S. Smith, Gordon College


"Can Foreign Direct Investment Be Predicted?"
Bruce Seaman, Georgia State University
Robert E. Moore, Georgia State University (Contact Author)

"Debt Maturity Choices When Capital Inflows Can Suddenly Stop: Multiple Maturities in an Infinite Horizon Open Economy Macro Model"
Christopher P. Ball, Quinnipiac University (Contact Author)

"The Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on Domestic Investment in Host Countries"
Miao Wang, Marquette University (Contact Author)


Daniel L. Thornton, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Henric Axel Adey, Georgetown University

2:15 - 4:00 p.m.
Session 215R
Growth in Industrialized Economies

Session Chairs:

Dennis Pearson, University of Tennessee - Chattanooga


"Economic Freedom, Entrepreneurship, Migration, and Economic Growth"
J. R. Clark, Probasco Chair of Free Enterprise, University of Tennessee - Chattanooga
Dennis Pearson, University of Tennessee - Chattanooga (Contact Author)

"Leisure Externalities: Implications for Growth and Welfare"
Mihaela Iulia Pintea, Florida International University (Contact Author)

"Is There Evidence of the Resource Curse in the U.S. and Canada?"
Leslie J. Dunn, West Virginia University (Contact Author)

"Community Development and Local Social Capital"
Jeffrey L. Jordan, University of Georgia (Contact Author)
Abdul Munasib, Assistant Professor, Oklahoma State University


Robert E. Moore, Georgia State University
Amy D. Gibson, Christopher Newport University