Associate Professor and MA Director
Office: CMC 208A
Michael Loewy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of South Florida. His areas of research include dynamic macroeconomics, monetary economics, and growth theory. He has published in the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Journal of Macroeconomics, the Journal of Economic Growth, Oxford Economics Papers, and Economic Inquiry, among others. Professor Loewy’s teaching includes macroeconomic theory, international macroeconomics, monetary economics, and economic growth. He received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Minnesota and previously held positions at The George Washington University and the University of Houston. Professor Loewy is a member of the American Economic Association and the Society for Economic Dynamics.
While the following may not strictly be a "teaching philosophy," it nevertheless seems to sum up things rather nicely:
"If a picture is supposed to replace a thousand words, it is quite likely that five good difference equations could replace a thousand pictures." ( Mark Perlman, 'Editor's Note,' Journal of Economic Literature, March 1981, p. 2
|13292||ECO 4270||001||Economic Growth|
|10639||ECO 6206||001||Macroeconomics I|
For ECO MA and PhD students and FIN PhD students.