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Eric Kam

Associate Professor
EducationPh.D., York University, 2000
Areas of ExpertiseMacroeconomics, Monetary Economics, International Monetary Economics, Implications of Monetary Growth

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Teaching Fields 
Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, International Monetary Economics, Implications of Monetary Growth 

Selected Publications

Kam, E., "A tale of two motives: endogenous time preference, cash-in-advance constraints and monetary policy," Modern Economy, 4(6), 427-430, 2013.

Kam, E., "Causality between international trade, export instability and economic growth in Bangladesh," (with M. Rahman), Journal of International Finance Studies, 12(3), 59-65, 2012.

Kam, E., "A simple theory of banking and the relationship between commercial banks and the central bank," (with J. Smithin), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 34(3), 547-552, 2012.

Kam, E., “Monetary policy and endogenous time preference," (with M. Mohsin), Journal of Economic Studies, 33(1), 52-67, 2006.

Kam, E., "A note on time preference and the Tobin effect," Economics Letters, 89(1), 127-132, 2005.