Zubairy, Sarah individual record
- Associate Professor, Economics, College of Arts and Sciences
- Assistant Professor, Economics, College of Arts and Sciences
My current research interests include macroeconomics, monetary economics, fiscal policy, Bayesian and time series econometrics.
education and training
- Ph.D. in Economics, Duke University - (Durham, North Carolina, United States) 2010
- B.A. in Mathematics, University of Rochester - (Rochester, New York, United States) 2004
- Jo, Y. J., & Zubairy, S. (2022). State dependent government spending multipliers: Downward nominal wage rigidity and sources of business cycle fluctuations.
- Ma, E., & Zubairy, S. (2021). HOMEOWNERSHIP AND HOUSING TRANSITIONS: EXPLAINING THE DEMOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION. INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC REVIEW. 62(2), 599-638.
- Alpanda, S., Granziera, E., & Zubairy, S. (2021). State dependence of monetary policy across business, credit and interest rate cycles. EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW. 140, 103936-103936.
- Alpanda, S., & Zubairy, S. (2021). Business Cycle Implications of Firm Market Power in Labor and Product Markets. Available at SSRN 3973661.
- Alpanda, S., Song, H., & Zubairy, S. (2021). Household debt and the effects of fiscal policy.
in the news
- Texas' June unemployment rate falls to 8.6%, but experts warn unemployment could worsen next month Texas Tribune July 17, 2020
recent teaching activities
- ECON410 Macroeconomic Theory Instructor
- ECON491 Research Instructor
- ECON637 Advanced Macroeconomics Ii Instructor
- ECON646 Macroecon Theory Ii Instructor
- ECON685 Directed Studies Instructor
Texas A&M University; Economics; 4228 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4242