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Jay Squalli, Associate Professor
PhD, University of Delaware, 2004


SqualliAddress:
Department of Economics
School of Business and Management (SBM)
American University of Sharjah
P.O. Box 26666
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Room: NAB124

 

 


Research Interests:

Industrial organization, international trade, environmental economics, economics of the Middle East.

Selected Publications:

Industrial Organization (Airlines)

  1. "Advertising Expenditure, Enplanement, and Market Concentration'', forthcoming in International Journal of the Economics of Business.
  2. Mutual Forbearance, the Representativeness Heuristic, and Airline Safety”, forthcoming in Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. *
  3.  “Measuring the Safety Elasticity of Advertising”, Applied Economics Letters, November 2009, Volume 16, No. 17, 1773-1776. *
  4. Restorative Advertising in the Airline Sector”, Journal of Air Transport Management, January 2009, Volume 15, No. 1, 47-51. *
  5. Accidents, Airline Safety Perceptions, and Consumer Demand”, Journal of Economics and Finance, December 2006, Volume 30, No. 3, 297-305 (Co-authored with M. Saad). *
  6. Optimal Fares under Uncertainty about Airline Safety”, Applied Economics Letters, March 2005, Volume 12, No. 4, 223-226. *
  7. Do Consumers Have Imperfect Recollection about Airline Accidents?Applied Economics Letters, February 2005, Volume 12, No. 3, 169-176. *

 

Trade

  1. An Analysis of Market Access”, forthcoming in Applied Economics (Co-authored with K. Wilson and S. Hugo). *
  2. Openness and Access”, Applied Economics, February 2009, Volume 41, No. 3, 363-379 (Co-authored with K. Wilson). *
  3. An Analysis of Growth Competitiveness”, International Review of Applied Economics, January 2008, Volume 22, No. 1, 105-126 (Co-authored with K. Wilson and S. Hugo). *
  4. An Examination of European Growth Competitiveness”, Economic and Business Review, June 2007, Volume 9, No. 2, 127-146 (Co-authored with K. Wilson and S. Hugo). *

 

Ecology, Energy, and Environment

 

  1. An Empirical Assessment of U.S. State-level Emissions and Environmental Emissions”, Ecological Economics, March 2010, Volume 69, Issue 5, 1170-1175. *
  2. Immigration and Environmental Emissions: A U.S. County-Level Analysis”, Population and Environment, July 2009, Volume 30, No. 6, 247-260. *
  3. Electricity Consumption and Economic Growth: Bounds and Causality Analyses of OPEC Members”, Energy Economics, November 2007, Volume 29, No. 6, 1192-1205. *

 

Economics of the Middle East

  1. “An Estimate of the Private Returns to Education in the United Arab Emirates”, forthcoming in Human Capital Problems of the Middle East and North Africa, Jeffrey Nugent and Hassan Aly (ed.) (with K. Wilson and N. Vellinga).
  2. Do General Indexes Mask Sectoral Efficiencies? A Multiple Variance Ratio Assessment of Middle Eastern Equity Markets”, International Journal of Managerial Finance, 2008, Volume 4, No. 2, 136-151 (Co-authored with H. Benjelloun). *
  3. Sectoral Cointegration and Causality Analyses of the UAE Financial Markets”, Applied Financial Economics Letters, September 2007, Volume 3, No. 5, 327-334. *
  4. A Sectoral Efficiency Analysis of the Amman Stock Exchange”, Applied Financial Economics Letters, December 2006, Volume 2, No. 6, 407-411 (Co-authored with M. Rawashdeh). *
  5. A Nonparametric Assessment of Weak-Form Efficiency in the UAE Financial Markets”, Applied Financial Economics, December 2006, Volume 16, No. 18, 1365-1373. *

 

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