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Dr. Dan Giedeman earned his B.A. in economics and history and his M.S. in economics from Southern Illinois University -- Carbondale, and his Ph.D. in economics from Washington University in St. Louis. His research and teaching interests include banking--particularly banking regulation and how banking may have influenced economic development, the determinants of long-run economic growth, 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 and he is the current Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Economic and Business History Society.
- 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
- Economic History
- Giedeman, D. and Sturgill, B (2016) “Factor Shares, Economic Growth and the Industrial Revolution” Essays in Economic and Business History
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R. A., Hoover, G. A. (2015) “The Impact of Economic Freedom on the Black/White Income Gap” American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings
- Giedeman, D., Compton, R. A., Hoover, G. A. (2014) “A Distributional Analysis of the Benefits of Economic Freedom” European Journal of Political Economy
- Professional: Economic & Business Historical Society, Chair of the Board of Trustees
- College: International Business Committee
- Department: Economics Department Advisory Board