Carnegie Hall, Room 310
Edward J Noble Professor and Chair
Macroeconomics, economic history, and behavioral & experimental economics
Carnegie Hall, 310F
Professor Ferderer is a macroeconomist and economic historian. His earlier research focused on the development of over-the-counter financial markets during the early 20th century and the impact of uncertainty on economic activity. More recently, he has shifted his focus to behavioral economics and studies social learning and collective wisdom. Professor Ferderer teaches a variety of courses, including Principles of Economics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, International Macroeconomics and Finance, World Economic History, 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