Michael D. Bradley

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Michael D. Bradley

Professor of Economics and International Affairs

Full-time Faculty


Office Phone: 202-994-8089
Fax: 202-994-6147

Professor Bradley has been teaching in the economics department for 25 years. He received his PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While at GW, he has published over 50 articles and has won awards for his research (e.g. Richard D. Irwin Distinguished Paper Award) and his teaching (e.g. Trachtenberg Prize for Excellence in Teaching). His primary areas of research are non-linear time series techniques, optimal monetary policy, cost function estimation, and postal economics. In addition, Professor Bradley actively works with students in and out of the classroom. He has, for example, served on more than 50 dissertation committees.

Macroeconomic theory and practice, applied econometrics, nonlinear estimation

Ph.D., University of North Carolina

ECON 2102 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

ECON 3505 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory I

ECON 3506 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory II

ECON 6217 Survey of Economics (Intermediate Microeconomic Theory)

ECON 6218 Survey of Economics (Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory)

ECON 8324 Monetary Policy

ECON 8305 Seminar: Macroeconomics