My current research interests include macroeconomics, monetary economics, fiscal policy, Bayesian and time series econometrics.
education and training
- Zubairy, S. (2014). ON FISCAL MULTIPLIERS: ESTIMATES FROM A MEDIUM SCALE DSGE MODEL. International Economic Review. 55(1), 169-195.
- Owyang, M. T., Ramey, V. A., & Zubairy, S. (2013). Are government spending multipliers greater during periods of slack? Evidence from twentieth-century historical data. The American Economic Review. 103(3), 129-134.
- Owyang, M. T., & Zubairy, S. (2013). Who benefits from increased government spending? A state-level analysis. REGIONAL SCIENCE AND URBAN ECONOMICS. 43(3), 445-464.
- Rossi, B., & Zubairy, S. (2011). What Is the Importance of Monetary and Fiscal Shocks in Explaining U.S. Macroeconomic Fluctuations?. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. 43(6), 1247-1270.
- Engemann, K. M., Owyang, M. T., & Zubairy, S. (2008). A primer on the empirical identification of government spending shocks. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review. 90(2), 117-132.
recent teaching activities
Texas A&M University; Economics; 4228 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4242