- Financial Systems
- Economic Forecasting
- Economic History
Dr. Dan Giedeman earned his B.A. in economics and history and his M.S. in economics from Southern Illinois University and his Ph.D. in economics from Washington University in St. Louis. His research and teaching interests include banking, the determinants of long-run economic growth, inequality, and economic history. He also has an interest in comparing the economic systems of different nations and he has been a guest professor in Germany at the University of Konstanz as well as the Duale Hochschule, Baden-Württemberg. Dan is a member of several economic organizations including the American Economic Association. He is the former Chair of the Board of Trustees of The Economic and Business History Society and he is currently the co-editor of Essays in Economic & Business History.
- PH.D., Economics, Washington University in Saint Louis (2001)
- MA, Economics, Washington University in Saint Louis (1995)
- MS, Economics, Southern Illinois University (1994)
- BA, Economics, Southern Illinois University (1992)
- BA, History, Southern Illinois University (1992)
- Money and Banking
- Comparative Economic Systems
- Economic History
- Economic Inequality
- Financial Development
- Economic Growth
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R., Hoover, G., Xi, C. (2018). Banking and Inequality: US State Evidence. The Social Science Journal.
- Giedeman, D., Muller, L., Compton, R. (2018). Racial Differentials in the Long-term Wealth Effects of the Financial Crisis of 2007-2009 and the Great Recession. Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy.
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R. (2018). “Steam Engines of Credit: The Role of Banks in Switzerland, 1850-1913”. Essays in Economic & Business History.
- Giedeman, D., Hoover, G. A., Compton, R. C., Gu, J. (2016). A Note on Economic Freedom and Political Ideology. Applied Economics Letters.
- Giedeman, D., Hoover, G. A., Compton, R. C. (2016). More on the Impact of Economic Freedom on the Black/White Income Gap. Public Finance Review.
- Giedeman, D. (2016). Lynne Pierson Doti’s Intellectual Contributions to the Fields of Economic and Business History. Journal of Business and Management.
- Sturgill, B., Giedeman, D. (2016). Factor Shares, Economic Growth and the Industrial Revolution. Essays in Economic & Business History.
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R., Hoover, G. (2015). The Impact of Economic Freedom on the Black/White Income Gap. American Economic Review Paper & Proceedings.
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R. A., Hoover, G. A. (2014). A Distributional Analysis of the Benefits of Economic Freedom. European Journal of Political Economy.
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R. (2011). “Panel Evidence on Finance, Institutions, and Economic Growth”. Applied Economics.
- Giedeman, D. (2011). "Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Freedman’s Savings Bank". Review of Black Political Economy.
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R. A., Hoover, G. A. (2011). Panel Evidence on Economic Freedom and Growth in the United States. European Journal of Political Economy.
- Giedeman, D., Johnson, N., Compton, R. (2010). Investing in Institutions. Economics and Politics.
- Giedeman, D., Hoover, G., Dibooglu, S. (2009). Income Inequality and the Business Cycle: A Threshold Cointegration Approach. Economic Systems.
- Goldberg, S. R., Giedeman, D. (2009). Healing the Global Financial Crisis. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance.
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R. A. (2009). A Note on Finance, Inflation, and Economic Growth. Economics Bulletin.
- Giedeman, D., Lowen, A. (2008). Incorporating Economic History into Economics Courses. Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research.
- McKendall, M., Bhagwat, Y., Giedeman, D., Klein, H., Levenburg, N. (2006). Identifying the Gap Between Student and Faculty Expectations: Report from a Business School. Journal of the Academy of Business Education.
- Giedeman, D., Isely, P., Simons, G. (2006). Innovation and the Business Cycle: A Comparison of the U.S. Semiconductor and Automobile Industries. International Advances in Economic Research.
- Dalmia, S., Giedeman, D., Klein, H., Levenburg, N. (2005). Women in Academia: an Analysis of Their Expectations, Performance and Pay. Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Round Table.
- Giedeman, D. (2005). Branch Banking Restrictions and Firm Finance Constraints in Early-Twentieth-Century America. Journal of Economic History.
- Giedeman, D. (2004). J.P. Morgan, The Clayton Anti-Trust Act and Industrial Finance Constraints in the Early Twentieth Century. Essays in Business and Economic History.
- Professional: Co-editor of Essays in Economic & Business History
- College: International Business Committee
- Department: Economics Department Advisory Board