W. McMillin

W. Douglas McMillin

Mack H. Hornbeak Endowed Professor in Economics
Emeritus Faculty, Department of Economics
2315 Business Education Complex South
501 South Quad Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Office Hours: 3:00 pm -4:00 pm MW or by appointment orvirtually anytime by email (eodoug@lsu.edu)

Education

  • PhD Economics, Louisiana State University
  • BS Economics, McNeese State University
  • MS Economics, Louisiana State University

Awards

  • Tiger Athletic Foundation Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, Louisiana State University, 2015
  • Excellence In Teaching Award, Department of Economics, Louisiana State University, 2007
  • Tiger Athletic Foundation Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, Louisiana State University, 2007
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Economics, Louisiana State University, 2003
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Economics, Louisiana State University, 1995
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Economics, Louisiana State University, 1990

Interests

  • Teaching Interests: Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics, Fiscal Policy
  • Research Interests: Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics, Fiscal Policy

Selected Research Publications

  • McMillin, W. Douglas and Fackler, J. S. (2015). (2015). Bernanke vs. Taylor: A Post Mortem. Applied Economics, V. 47, No. 43, 2015.
  • Fackler, J. S. and McMillin, W. Douglas (2011). Inflation Forecast Targeting: An Alternative Approach to Estimating the Inflation-Output Variability Tradeoff. Southern Economic Journal, 78(October), 424-51.
  • Lastrapes, W. D. and McMillin, W. Douglas (2004). Cross-Country Variation in the Liquidity Effect: The Role of Financial Markets. The Economic Journal, 114, 890-915.
  • McMillin, W. Douglas (2001). The Effects of Monetary Policy Shocks: Comparing Contemporaneous Versus Long-Run Identifying Restrictions. Southern Economic Journal, 67, 618-36.
  • Koray, F. and McMillin, W. Douglas (1999). Monetary Shocks, the Exchange Rate, and the Trade Balance. Journal Of International Money And Finance, 18, 925-40.
  • McMillin, W. Douglas and Parker, R. E. (1994). An Empirical Analysis of Oil Price Shocks In the Interwar Period. Economic Inquiry, 32, 486-97.
  • Raynold, P., Beard, T. R., and McMillin, W. Douglas (1993). The Nonmonetary Effects of Financial Factors During the Interwar Period. Economic Inquiry, 31, 87-99.
  • Raynold, P., McMillin, W. Douglas, and Beard, T. R. (1991). The Impact of Federal Government Expenditures in the 1930s. Southern Economic Journal, 58, 15-28.
  • McMillin, W. Douglas and Parker, R. E. (1991). Federal Debt, Tax-Adjusted q, and Macroeconomic Activity. Journal Of Money, Credit, And Banking, 23, 100-109.
  • Laumas, G. S. and McMillin, W. Douglas (1984). Anticipated Fiscal Policy and Real Output. Review Of Economics And Statistics, 66, 468-71.
  • McMillin, W. Douglas (1981). A Dynamic Analysis of the Impact of Fiscal Policy on the Money Supply. Journal Of Money, Credit, And Banking, 13, 221-26.

Books

  • McMillin, W. Douglas (2013). Monetary policy in the crisis of 2008 and beyond.in Handbook of Major Events in Economic History

Professional and Service Activities

  • Journal of Macroeconomics,, Editor, Journal Editor (, 1990 - , 2013)
  • Pacific Economic Review, Editorial Review Board Member, Editorial Review Board Member (, 1996 - , 2009)
  • Board of Trustees of the Southern Economic Association, (, 1993 - , 1995)
  • Journal of Macroeconomics, Editorial Advisory Board, 2016 - present, Editorial Review Board Member (January, 2016)

Employed by LSU since

August 17, 1983