Carnegie Hall, Room 310
Macroeconomics, Economic History, and Behavioral & Experimental Economics
Carnegie Hall, 306
Professor Ferderer is a macroeconomist and economic historian with particular interests in the role that financial markets play in the business cycle. His current research focuses on the development of the over-the-counter security markets during the early part of the 20th century and their malfunctioning during the Great Depression. Professor Ferderer teaches a variety of courses, including principles of economics, intermediate macroeconomics, international macroeconomics and finance, and behavioral and experimental economics.
BA: University of St. Thomas, 1983
MA: Washington University in St. Louis, 1985
PhD: Washington University in St. Louis, 1989