Ilir Miteza, Ph.D.
Research Areas:International / Global Economics
Biography and Education
Ilir Miteza is a Professor of Economics. His research interests are mainly in international macroeconomics, with a focus on the economics of exchange rates. Dr. Miteza has also published research in monetary economics and international macroeconomic issues for developing countries and economies in transition. He has served as Associate Provost for Graduate, Global and Digital Education and Associate Dean in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters. Prior to joining the University of Michigan-Dearborn in 2001, Dr. Miteza held senior economist positions at the Central Bank of Albania’s Monetary Policy Department, and Issue and Treasure Department.
Ph.D., (Economics) University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Miteza, I. (2014) “How do American exports to Japan react to exchange rate volatility? A nonlinear error correction investigation,” Journal of International Finance and Economics, Vol. 14/2, p173.
Miteza, I. (2012) “The Law of One Price in Six Central and Eastern European Economies,” Comparative Economic Studies, Vol.54, pp. 581-596.
Miteza, I. (2012) “Fiscal Deficits, Current Deficits and Investment: A Panel Causality Framework of 20 OECD Countries,” Applied Econometrics and International Development, Vol. 12/1, pp. 5-18.
Bahmani-Oskooee, M., Miteza, I., and Goswami, G. (2008) “Could Changes in Black Market Exchange Rates be Expansionary in LDCs?" Economics Bulletin, Vol. 6/13, pp. 1-9.