Hassan Mohammadi is Professor and Director of Graduate program in the Economics Department. He joined Illinois State University in 1988 after receiving his PhD from Washington State University. His areas of specialty include macroeconomics, economics of financial markets and intermediaries, and applied econometrics. His research on business cycles, fiscal and monetary policies, and energy markets have appeared in Southern Economic Journal, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Economic Letters, Journal of Economic Studies, several issues of Energy Economics and a number of other academic outlets. He teaches graduate courses in econometrics and time-series forecasting, as well as undergraduate courses in macroeconomics and principles of economics. He is on the editorial board of the Energy Economics. He has done collaborative work with the United Nations and the US Department of Agriculture.
ECO 492Sec 1 Grad Readings Econ
ECO 495Sec 1 Grad Rsch Appl Econo
ECO 438Sec 1 Microeconometrics
Applied Econometrics and Time Series Forecasting, Research Methods, Macroeconomics
Open-economy Macroeconomics, Applied Econometrics, Energy Markets
Hickey, E., Loomis, D. G., & Mohammadi, H. (2012). Forecasting hourly electricity prices using ARMAX-GARCH models: An application to MISO hubs, Energy Economics, 34, 307-315.
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