Robert TamuraProfessor of Economics
Personal Website: http://people.clemson.edu/~rtamura/
S.B. Math & Economics
ECON 410: Economic Development
ProfileI am professor of economics. I have previously taught at the University of Iowa, and Pepperdine University. I have also taught courses for Keio University, Catholic University Louvain la Neuve. My research interests are long run economic growth and development, fertility, human capital accumulation and economic organization.
economic growth, fertility, human capital, economic organization
Baier, Scott L, Devereux, John, Dwyer, Gerald P., Tamura, Robert. "Recessions, Growth and Banking Crises," Journal of International Money & Finance, 38, 2013: 18-40.
Turner, Chad, Tamura, Robert, Mulholland, Sean. "How Important Are Human Capital, Physical Capital and Total Factor Productivity for Determining State Economic Growth in the United States, 1840-2000?" Journal of Economic Growth 18, 2013: 319-371.
Kendall, Todd, Tamura, Robert. "Unmarried Fertility, Crime and Social Stigma." Journal of Law & Economics 50, 2010: 269-308.
Canaday, Neil, Tamura, Robert. "White Discrimination in Provision of Black Education: Plantations and Towns." Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 33, 2009: 1490-1530.
Simon, Curtis J., Tamura, Robert. "Do Higher Rents Discourage Fertility? Evidence from U.S. Cities, 1940-2000." Regional Science & Urban Economics 39, 2009: 33-42.
Murphy, Kevin M., Simon, Curtis J., Tamura, Robert. "Fertility Decline, Baby Boom and Economic Growth." Journal of Human Capital 2, 2008: 262-302.
Turner, Chad, Tamura, Robert, Mulholland, Sean, Baier, Scott L. "Education and Income of the States of the United States: 1840-2000." Journal of Economic Growth 12, 2007: 101-158.
Baier, Scott L., Dwyer, Gerald P, Tamura, Robert. "How Important Are Capital and Total Factor Productivity for Economic Growth?" Economic Inquiry 44, 2006: 23-49.
Tamura, Robert. "Human Capital and Economic Development," Journal of Development Economics 79, 2006: 26-72.