Old Dominion University
United States Virgin Islands
David Selover is a Professor of Economics. He completed his BA in Political Science and his MA in Economics at San Diego State University, and his PhD in Economics at the University of California at San Diego. His research interests include international economics, macroeconomics, the economies of East Asia, US adoption of the metric system, the economics of the US space program, and the effect of culture upon the economy.
International economics, macroeconomics, econometrics, economies of East Asia, effect of culture on the economy, modeling and simulation, US adoption of the Metric System, the economics of space exploration
Li, S., Wu, J., and Selover, D. D. (2012). Foreign Direct Investment vs. Foreign Portfolio Investment: The Effect of the Governance Environment. Management International Review, 52 (5), (pp. 643-670).
Filer II, L. H., and Selover, D. D. (2014). Why Can Weak Linkages Cause International Stock Market Synchronization? The Mode-Locking Hypothesis. International Journal of Financial Research, 5 (3), (pp. 20-42).