On Leave for Spring 2012
Dr. Casey is a Professor of Economics at Babson College. Dr. Casey’s research interests are in the areas of foreign direct investment, monetary economics, property rights economics and the economics of technological change. He has published a number of articles in academic journals in each of these fields. In addition, he is the author of a book, Beyond the Numbers: Foreign Direct Investment in the United States, the co-author of a second book, Entrepreneurship, Productivity and the Freedom of Information Act. He is also the co-author of a U.S. (Department of Transportation) government study, Multinational Activities of Major U.S. Automotive Producers. In the early and mid-1990s, Dr. Casey co-authored a monthly macroeconomic newsletter, Interest Rate Monitor, which was reprinted in Consensus: National Futures and Financial Weekly. His recent research focuses is on foreign direct investment policy and on factors that govern the flow and direction of US and European FDI. Currently, Dr. Casey teaches microeconomics in Babson’s integrated undergraduate management core program.