Assistant Professor, Economics
Dr. Wemy is originally from Burkina Faso. He received his B.A. in Economics and Mathematics at Ohio Dominican University, and his Ph.D. in Economics in 2015 from Emory University.
Dr. Wemy is an active member of the American Economics Association and a fellow of the Diversity Initiative for Tenure in Economics (DITE) - an NSF funded program aimed at increasing the representation of minorities in the economics field.
Dr. Wemy's research interests are in macroeconomics and time series with applications in business cycles and total factor productivity and the emphasis on the importance of technological progress embodied in capital equipment. He teaches macroeconomics at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
- Ph.D. in Macroeconomics, Emory University, 2015
- B.A. in Economics and Mathematics, Ohio Dominican University, 2009
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Cyclical Behavior of the Relative Price of investment through the Unobserved Components Model
Output Measurement and Technological Shocks in Business Cycles
Published in Applied Economics
Where is it Heading? Forecasting the Labor share Using An Unobserved Component Model
Trends in Technology And Business Cycle Fluctuations
Neutral and Investment-Specific Technological Changes: An Unobserved Components Approach
Published in Macroeconomic Dynamics
Capital Labor Substitution Elasticity: A Simulated Methods of Moments Approach
Published in Economic Modelling