Alison Kelly, PhD
Professor Department of Economics
Office: 73 Tremont St., Rm. 1010
- PhD, Boston College
- MA, University of Southern California
- BA, College of the Holy Cross
- Productivity Growth
- Issues in Education
- Applied Statistical Methods
Suffolk University, Boston, MA Professor (2003-present) Associate Professor (1997-2003) Assistant Professor (1992-1997)
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA Adjunct Professor (1991-present)
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®, 2003)
Boston Security Analyst Society Curriculum Coordinator and Instructor (2001-present)
“Modeling aggregate productivity growth: A note on returns to scale,” in Focus on Economic Growth and Productivity, ed. L.A. Finley, New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2005.
“A Note on Modeling Aggregate Productivity Growth: The Importance of Imperfect Markets,” The Journal of Macroeconomics, 23 (Winter 2001).
“The Use of Frontier Estimation in Direct Marketing,” co-authored with Dominique Haughton, Jonathan Haughton and Tim Moriarty, Journal of Interactive Marketing, 14 (April 2000).
“An Analysis of the Factors that Influence Student Performance: A Fresh Approach to an Old Debate,” co-authored with Sanjiv Jaggia, Contemporary Economic Policy, 17 (April 1999).
“Patterns of State Productivity Growth in the U.S. Farm Sector: Linking State and Aggregate Models”, co-authored with Frank Gollop, Eldon Ball and Greg Swinand, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 81 (February 1999).
“Sectoral productivity growth and price-marginal cost margins in the intermediate goods market,” Review of Income and Wealth, 43 (June 1997).
“Skewness and Kurtosis – An examination of Exchange-traded funds’ returns using g and h distributions.”
“Practical Considerations when Estimating in the Presence of Autocorrelation” (co-authored with Sanjiv Jaggia).
“Exploring the Relationship between Regional Productivity Growth and Wage Differentials: The United States Farm Sector 1960-90.”