Donald H. Dutkowsky
Ph.D., State University of New York, Buffalo, 1982
Macroeconomics, monetary policy, bank behavior, personal finance, and economics education
ECN 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics
Monday and Wednesday, 12:45 to 2:05, Lyman 132
ECN 481 Money and Banking
Monday and Wednesday, 8:00 to 9:20, Crouse Hinds Hall 001
Grove, Wayne A.,
Donald H. Dutkowsky, and Andrew Grodner. “Survive Then Thrive: Determinants of
Success in the Economics Ph.D. Program,” Economic
Inquiry 45 (October 2007), 864-871.
H. and David D. VanHoose. “Interest on Bank Reserves and Optimal Sweeping,” Journal of Banking and Finance
35 (September 2011), 2491-2497.
H. and David D. VanHoose. “Interest on Bank Reserves, Regime Shifts, and Bank
Behavior,” Journal of
Economics and Business 91 (2017), 1-15.
Donald H. and David D. VanHoose. “Interest on Reserves and Federal
Reserve Unwinding,” Journal of Economics and Business 97 (2018),
Sullivan, Ryan S., Alissa
Dubnicki, and Donald H. Dutkowsky. “Research, Teaching, and ‘Other’: What
Determines Job Placement in Economics?” Applied Economics 50
Monetary Policy, especially under interest on reserves, and Economics Education.