Paul Hallwood

Professor


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Subject Areas: International Economics, Economics of the Oceans

Education:
Ph.D., Economics, Aberdeen, 1988

Honors and Appointments:
— B.Sc.(Econ), Honors, University of Hull, 1968.

Courses Taught:
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
MONEY AND BANKING
ECONOMICS OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
ECONOMICS OF THE OCEANS
AMERICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY

Research Interests: International Finance, Organizational Forms, Economics of the Oceans, Fiscal Federalism

Selected Publications
Economics of the Oceans: Rights, Rents and Resources (2014) Routledge.

“The Determination of Optimum Buffer Stock Rules,”The Quarterly Journal of Economics (1980) 94(1), 151-166 (with Ronald Edwards).

“Realignment Expectations and the US Dollar 1890-1897: Was there a Peso Problem?,” Journal of Monetary Economics (2000) 46(3), 605-620 (with Ronald MacDonald and Ian W. Marsh).

“Murky Waters: The Law and Economics of Salvaging Historic Wrecks,”Journal of Legal Studies (2006) 35(2), 285-302 (with Thomas Miceli).

“Contractual Difficulties in Environmental Management: The Case of Wetland Mitigation Banking,”Ecological Economics (2007) 63(2-3), 446-451.

“OPEC’s Developing Relations with the Third World,”International Affairs (1982) 58(2), 271-286 (with Stuart W. Sinclair).

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Contact Information
Emailpaul.hallwood@uconn.edu
Phone+1 860 405 9078
Office LocationAvery Point