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John Mullen

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Professor
Economics & Financial Studies

381 Bertrand H. Snell Hall
Clarkson University
PO Box 5795
Potsdam, NY 13699-5795

Phone: 315-268-4283
E-mail: mullenj@clarkson.edu

Education
Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton

Research/Teaching Interests
Financial economics, and international cost of capital comparisons. Teaching includes courses in financial management, public finance, and microeconomics. Professor Mullen has held a Senior Research Fellowship at the Rockefeller Institute of Government.

Courses Taught
    * EB501 — Corporate Finance
    * EC366 — The Economics of Public Finance
    * FN361 — Corporate Finance

Recent Publications


“Captive Offshoring by U.S. Multinationals: Measuring the Domestic Employment Impacts of  Vertical FDI”, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Vol. 4, Nos.1/2,  2012, pp.21-34  (with Martin Williams). 

“Bilateral Foreign Direct Investment and Canadian Export Activity”, The International Trade Journal, Vol.25(3), July/August 2011, pp.349-371 (with M. Williams).

“Relationship Lending: Evidence from a Business Development Program in a Small State Caribbean Economy”, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol.14(2), 2011 (with M. Williams and T. Carmichael).

“Foreign Sourcing of Intermediate Inputs: Impacts on Unskilled Labor in U.S. Manufacturing Industries”, Eastern Economic Journal, Vol.35(2), Spring 2009, pp.160-73 (with J. Panning).

"Foreign Direct Investment and Regional Productivity Spillovers in U.S. Manufacturing”, Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, Vol.19(3), November 2007, pp.185-96.

“Foreign Direct Investment and Regional Economic Performance,” Kyklos, Vol. 58(2), April 2005, pp.265-82 (with M. Williams).

 “Regional Skill Structure and the Diffusion of Technology,” Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol.33(1), March 2005, pp.115-131(with S. Nord and M. Williams).

 “Maintenance and Repair Expenditures: Determinants and Tradeoffs with New Capital Goods,” Journal of Economics and Business, V.56(6), Nov./Dec. 2004, pp.483-99 (with M. Williams).

“Human and Knowledge Capital: A Contribution to the Empirics of State Economic Growth,” Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol. 30(1), March 2002, pp.48-60 (with R. Moomaw and M. Williams).

 “Regional Efficiency Wages: Are They a Source of Real Earnings Differentials?” Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, Vol.13(3), November 2001, pp.244-60 (with M. Williams).

 “Long-Run Technical Change and Multifactor Productivity Growth in U.S. Manufacturing”,   Applied Economics, Vol.33(3), February 2001, pp.301-308. 

“Foreign Sourcing of Intermediate Inputs: Impacts on Unskilled Labor in U.S. Manufacturing Industries”, Eastern Economic Journal, Vol.35(2), Spring 2009, pp.160-73 (with J. Panning).

 “Foreign Direct Investment and Regional Productivity Spillovers in U.S. Manufacturing”,  Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, Vol.19(3), November 2007, pp.185-96.

 “Foreign Direct Investment and Regional Economic Performance,” Kyklos, Vol. 58(2), April 2005, pp.265-82 (with M. Williams).

 “Regional Skill Structure and the Diffusion of Technology,” Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol.33(1), March 2005, pp.115-131(with S. Nord and M. Williams).

 “Maintenance and Repair Expenditures: Determinants and Tradeoffs with New Capital Goods,” Journal of Economics and Business, V.56(6), Nov./Dec. 2004, pp.483-99 (with M. Williams).

 “Human and Knowledge Capital: A Contribution to the Empirics of State Economic Growth,” Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol. 30(1), March 2002, pp.48-60 (with R. Moomaw and M. Williams).

“Regional Efficiency Wages: Are They a Source of Real Earnings Differentials?” Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, Vol.13(3), November 2001, pp.244-60 (with M. Williams).

 “Long-Run Technical Change and Multifactor Productivity Growth in U.S. Manufacturing”,   Applied Economics, Vol.33(3), February 2001, pp.301-308.