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Professor of Economics
Professor Daniels received his Ph.D. in International Finance and Trade from Indiana University in 1992 and has been a faculty member at Marquette University since that time. He has also served as a distinguished visiting professor at Wake Forest University, Fulbright Scholar in International Affairs at the University of Toronto, and is a member of the G8/G20 Research Groups at the University of Toronto. Daniels published several books on the G8 and numerous articles on international money and finance in journals such as the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, the Journal of International Money and Finance and the Journal of Economics and Business. Daniels has served as a consultant for a number of private firms and banks and co-authored two textbooks on international economics.
International currency markets, exchange rate management, globalization and monetary policy, G8/G20 policymaking, the economics of religion.
“Transportation Costs and U.S. Manufacturing FDI,” forthcoming, Review of International Economics, 2013
“Exchange Rate Pass-Through, Openness, Inflation, and the Sacrifice Ratio,” Journal of International Money and Finance, 36, 2013, pp. 131-150
“Trust in Others: Does Religion Matter?” Review of Social Economy, 68(2), June 2010, pp. 163-186
International Monetary and Financial Economics, 2014, Pearson Education Inc., Boston,
Marquette University: Excellence in Executive Education Award, College of Business Administration Miles Research Scholar, Gettle Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, College of Business Administration Faculty Teaching Award. Fulbright Institute for International Education Research Scholar. Indiana University Lieber Memorial Award for Outstanding Instructor, Department of Economics Outstanding Associate Instructor Award.