Justin Dubas

Justin

Department of Business Administration & Economics

Asst. Professor

Contact

Justin Dubas
Tschoepe Hall

Phone: 830-372-6052

EMAIL


Education

Ph.D. in International Economics, University of Notre Dame

M.A. in International Economics, University of Notre Dame

B.S., B.A. in Economics and Finance, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Research

& Recognitions

Student Government Association Faculty Member of the Year: 2011-2012

Faculty of the Year: Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society 2011-2012

Publications

“Exchange Rate Misalignment and Economic Growth,” Southwestern Economic Review 39(1), Spring 2012, pp. 121-136.

“A Multinomial Logit Approach to Exchange Rate Policy Classification with an Application to Growth,” (with B.J. Lee and Nelson C. Mark). Journal of International Money and Finance 29(7), November 2010,pp. 1438-1462.

Presentations

Invited Presentations:

  • “Using Marzano’s Taxonomy to Enhance Feedback Strategies for Faculty and Students,” Wakonse South Teaching Conference,Texas A&M, Marble Falls, Texas, April 2013
  • “Using Marzano’s Taxonomy to Enhance Feedback Strategies for Faculty and Students,” Innovative Course Building Group Summer Institute, Macon, Ga., June 2012
  • “Using Marzano’s Taxonomy to Enhance Feedback Strategies for Faculty and Students,” Workshop for San Jacinto College, Houston, Texas, May 2012

Other Presentations:

  • “Targeting and Assessing Higher Levels of Learning,” SACS Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, December 2012
  • “Mind Maps in the Economics Classroom,” Southern Economics Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, La., November 2012
  • “Using Marzano’s Taxonomy to Enhance Feedback Strategies for Faculty and Students,” Texas A&M Assessment Conference, College Station, Texas, February 2012
  • “Teaching Money and Banking through a Mock FOMC,” Southwestern Social Sciences Association, Houston, Texas, March 2010