Scott T. Fullwiler|
Scott T. Fullwiler
is Associate Professor of Economics and James A. Leach Chair in Banking and
Monetary Economics at Wartburg College and Research Associate at the Center for
Full Employment and Price Stability. Fullwiler was previously a Visiting
Professor at Creighton University, Nebraska Wesleyan University, and the
University of Missouri-Rolla. He studied at Washington State University and
Universität Bonn (Germany) prior to earning B.A. (1994) and Ph.D. (2001) degrees
in economics from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. His dissertation on
the federal funds market was written under the direction of Veblen-Commons Award
recipient F. Gregory Hayden. Fullwiler’s research has been presented at the
Association for Institutional Thought (AFIT) meetings and has appeared in the
Journal of Economic Issues.
Fullwiler, Scott T. “Timeliness and the Fed’s Daily Tactics,” Journal of
Economic Issue, 2003 (forthcoming).
Fullwiler, Scott T. “Financial Innovations, Monetary Policy, and the
Horizontal-Vertical Approach to Money,” presented at the meetings of the
Association for Institutional Thought, April 2003.
Fullwiler, Scott T (with Amy A. Campbell and Gregory N. Dewey). “Further
Simulations of an Employer of Last Resort Policy,” presented at the meetings of
the Association for Institutional Thought, April 2003.
Fullwiler, Scott T. “Timeliness and the Fed’s Daily Tactics,” presented at the
meetings of the Association for Institutional Thought, April 2002.