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									                                                                                        August 2003
                                     CURRICULUM VITAE

DAVID DUDEN SELOVER

Department of Economics
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529

757-683-3541
FAX: 757-683-5639
E-Mail: dselover@odu.edu
Homepage: http://web.odu.edu/dselover

EDUCATION:

   B.A. in Political Science, San Diego State University, December 1979
   M.A. in Economics, San Diego State University, June 1982
   M.A. in Economics, University of California, San Diego, June 1986
   Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, San Diego, March 1991

EXPERIENCE:

   English Language Conversation Instructor, Senshu Gakuin, Naha, Okinawa, Japan.
       March 1976 – June 1977. Taught English conversation to school children and adults.

   Graduate Assistant, Statistical Consultant, College of Education, San Diego State University.
       September 1980-June 1981; October 1979-June 1980. Consulted graduate students and
       faculty members in their statistical research, did statistical analysis in SPSS, and taught
       a course in SPSS for the faculty.

   Mathematical Statistician, GS-7, Statistical Clerk, GS-4, Bureau of Labor Statistics,
       Washington, D.C., June-August, 1980 and June-August, 1979. Worked on CPI and PPI
       as a programmer and analyst.

   Computer Instructor and Consultant, Social Science Research Laboratory, San Diego State
      University, September 1980-June 1982. Served as computer consultant, taught courses
      in the use of SPSS and TSP, and did survey interviewing.

   Economist, Regional Economic Research, San Diego, June, 1982-September, 1984. Worked
       on various projects as economist and computer programmer. Used SAS, SPSS, Fortran
       and APL. Made econometric estimates, analyzed survey data, and worked with an
       input-output model of the San Diego region.

   Member of Board of Directors and Chairperson (1985), Interschola, San Diego, 1984-1988.
      Helped direct and manage an international exchange student program for high school


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       students.

  Instructor, Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Tijuana, B.C., Mexico, September-December, 1984.
       Taught graduate course in statistics in Spanish.

  Scientist, DP-II, Naval Ocean Systems Center (NOSC), San Diego, California, June-September,
       1985. Worked on project to evaluate a database management system.

  Research Assistant for Professor C.W.J. Granger, University of California, San Diego, June-
      September, 1986. Collected economic and demographic data.

  Research Assistant for Professors C.W.J. Granger and Lawrence Krause, University of
      California, San Diego, January-April, 1987. Worked on project to construct
      econometric model of the Pacific Basin.

  Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of California, San Diego, January,
      1985-December 1988. Served as TA for a variety of economics courses.

  Lecturer in Political Science, University of California, San Diego, January-June, 1989.
       Taught large lecture course in elementary statistics.

  Lecturer in Economics, University of California, San Diego, 1989-1990.
       Taught courses in international trade and on the American economy.

  Assistant Professor of Economics, Wesleyan University, 1990-1998.

  Assistant Professor of Economics, Old Dominion University, 1998-present.


PUBLISHED BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS, BOOK REVIEWS, AND PAPERS:

  Richard T. Baillie and David D. Selover, "Cointegration and Models of Exchange Rate
  Determination," with International Journal of Forecasting, 3, 1987.

  Michael C. Lovell and David D. Selover, "Econometric Accidents," The Economic Journal,
  1994.

  David D. Selover and David K. Round, "Business Cycle Transmission Between Australia and
  New Zealand: A Vector Autoregression Approach," with Australian Economic Papers,
  December 1995.

  David D. Selover and David K. Round, "Business Cycle Transmission and Interdependence
  Between Japan and Australia," Journal of Asian Economics, 7, 4, Winter 1996.

  David D. Selover, "Business Cycle Transmission Between the United States and Japan: A
  Vector Error Correction Approach," Japan and the World Economy, 9, 3, August 1997.


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  David D. Selover and Roderick V. Jensen, "„Mode-Locking‟ and International Business Cycle
  Transmission," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 23, p. 591-618, 1999.

  David D. Selover, "International Interdependence and Business Cycle Transmission in ASEAN,"
  Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 13, p. 230-253, September, 1999.

  Selin Sayek and David D. Selover, "International Interdependence and Business Cycle
  Transmission Between Turkey and the European Union," Southern Economic Journal, 69, 2,
  206-238, 2002.

  David D. Selover, "International Co-Movements and Business Cycle Transmission Between
  Korea and Japan," 2003. Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, In Press.

  David D. Selover, Roderick V. Jensen and John Kroll, "Industrial Sector Mode-Locking and
  Business Cycle Formation," 2003, Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, In Press.


TECHNICAL REPORTS:

  "The Japanese Household Saving Function: A Time Series Econometric Analysis," Japan
  Development Bank Discussion Paper Series, No. 9311, January 1994.

  "The Japanese Saving Rate: Another Literature Review," Japan Development Bank
  Discussion Paper Series, No. 9312, January 1994.


RESEARCH PAPERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

  Presentation at Eastern Economic Association Meetings, New York City, "Interdependence
  Between the United States and Japan: A Vector Autoregression Approach," March 28, 1992.

  Presentation, with Michael Lovell, of "Econometric Accidents," at the Seventh New England
  Statistics Symposium, April 17, 1993.

  Presentation at the Japan Association of Economics and Econometrics, in Tokyo,
  "Interdependence Between the United States and Japan: A Vector Autoregression Approach", in
  Japanese, October 16, 1993.

  Presentation at the Eastern Economics Association Conference in Boston, Massachusetts,
  "Econometric Accidents" with Michael Lovell, March 17, 1994.

  Presentation at the Eastern Economics Association Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, "The
  Japanese Household Saving Function: A Time Series Econometric Analysis", March 18, 1994.

  Presentation at the Eastern Economics Association Conference in New York City, "Business
  Cycle Transmission Between the United States and Japan: A Vector Error Correction Analysis",

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March 18, 1995.

Presentation at the Eastern Economics Association Conference in Boston, "Saving and
Consumption in Japan: A Vector Autoregression Approach", March 17, 1996.

Presentation at the Japan Economic Seminar at Harvard University, “Business Cycle
Transmission and Interdependence Between Japan and Australia”, September 21, 1996.

Presentation at the Eastern Economics Association Conference, Nonlinear Science Symposium
in Crystal City, Virginia, "„Mode-Locking‟ and International Business Cycle Transmission ",
April 4, 1997.

Presentation at the Eastern Economics Association Conference in Crystal City, Virginia,
"International Interdependence and Business Cycle Transmission in ASEAN", April 5, 1997.

Presentation at the Eastern Economics Association Conference in Boston, Massachusetts,
"International Interdependence and Business Cycle Transmission in Latin America", March 13,
1999.

Presentation at the Western Economics Association International Conference in San Diego,
California, "International Interdependence and Business Cycle Transmission in Latin America",
July 10, 1999.

Presentation at the Southern Economic Association Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana,
"International Interdependence and Business Cycle Transmission in Latin America", November
22, 1999.

Presentation at the Eastern Economic Association Conference in Washington, DC,
"International Co-Movements and Business Cycle Transmission between Korea and Japan",
March 25, 2000.

Presentation at the Eastern Economic Association Conference in Washington, DC,
"International Interdependence and Business Cycle Transmission between Turkey and the
European Union", with Selin Sayek, March 26, 2000.

Presentation at the Western Economic Association International Conference in Vancouver,
British Columbia, "International Co-Movements and Business Cycle Transmission between
Korea and Japan", July 3, 2000.

Presentation at the International Atlantic Economic Society Conference in Charleston, South
Carolina, "International Interdependence and Business Cycle Transmission Between Turkey and
the European Union", October 17, 2000.

Presentation at the Southern Economics Association Conference in Crystal City, Virginia,
"Industrial Sector Mode-Locking and Business Cycle Formation", November 12, 2000.



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  Presentation at the Western Economic Association International Conference in San Francisco,
  California, "Industrial Sector Mode-Locking and Business Cycle Formation", July 8, 2001.

  Presentation at the Western Economic Association International Conference in Seattle,
  Washington, "Regional Sector Mode-Locking and Business Cycle Formation", July 8, 2002.

  Presentation at the Washington and Southeastern Regional Japan Seminar at the College of
  William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, "International Co-Movements and Business Cycle
  Transmission between Korea and Japan", November 16, 2002.

  Presentation at the Western Economic Association International Conference in Denver,
  Colorado, "The Diffusion of Fashion", July 13, 2003.


GRANTS AWARDED:

  Old Dominion University Summer Research Fellowship, $6000, Approved: January 13, 2000.
  Title: “Mode-Locking and Business Cycle Formation.” I am sole investigator.


GRANTS APPLIED FOR:

  Old Dominion University Summer Research Fellowship Proposal, $6000, Oct. 20, 1999.
  Title: “Mode-Locking and Business Cycle Formation.”

  Old Dominion University Faculty Development Funds Proposal, $3150, Oct. 12, 1999.
  Title: “Development of a Study Abroad Class to Korea.”


RESEARCH AND MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS:

  Under Submission:

  "Mode-Locking and Regional Business Cycle Synchronization," with Roderick V. Jensen and
  John Kroll, under revision for the Journal of Regional Science, March 31, 2003.

  "Does El Nino Affect Business Cycles?" with Thanarak Laosuthi, submitted to the Eastern
  Economic Journal, August 7, 2003.

  "Patterns of Economic Interdependence in Latin America," with Trisha L. Bezmen, submitted
  to the International Trade Journal, August 8, 2003.

  "Incentives to Share Knowledge in an R&D Competition," with Haiwen Zhou, submitted to the
  International Journal of Industrial Organization, August 17, 2003.




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  In Preparation:

  “Earthquakes and Financial Crises,” with Tikamphon Paramavej and Selin Sayek.

  “Avalanches and Banking Crises,” with Richard Grossman.

  “The Coke and Pepsi Competition,” with Anil Nair.

  “The Diffusion of Fashion,” with Wanniya Sereeviriyakul.

  “Mode-Locking in Financial Markets,” with Larry Filer.

   “Historical Economic Interdependence between the United States and United Kingdom,
  1870 – 2000,” with Richard Grossman.

  “Culture and the Economy,” with Chawin Amerase.


FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS, AWARDS AND PRIZES:

  University of Maryland Gold Medal Award for Academic Achievement, Kadena AB, Okinawa,
  Japan, 1977.

  Excellent Teaching Award, Department of Economics, University of California, San Diego,
  1986, 1988, 1989.

  Shimomura Fellowship of the Japan Development Bank, October 1992, awarded to finance
  research at the Japan Development Bank in Tokyo, Japan, July-December 1993. Did
  research on the Japanese saving rate and lectured in Japanese at various institutions.

  Caleb T. Winchester Award for Outstanding Teaching from Psi Upsilon Fraternity, Wesleyan
  University, 1995.


MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

     American Economic Association
     Econometric Society
     The Japan Seminar
     Southern Economic Association
     Western Economic Association International
     Eastern Economic Association
     The Washington and Southeastern Regional Japan Seminar
     The Japan Economics and Econometrics Association




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UNIVERSITY SERVICE:

Co-Founder of the CPBA Dean‟s Research Seminar
Member of the Asian Studies Major Committee
   - Gave presentation on the Economies of Southeast Asia
Led Study-Tours of ODU students to Yeungnam University, our sister university in Korea
Lectures for Deutsche Telekom personnel for the ODU English Language Program
Helped with Visiting International Faculty

University Service Presentations:

   Presentation at Department of Economics Seminar at Wesleyan University, "Interdependence
   Between the United States and Japan: A Vector Autoregression Approach," March 25, 1992.

   Presentation at the Department of Economics Seminar at Wesleyan University, "The Japanese
   Household Saving Function: A Time Series Econometric Analysis", February 23, 1994.

   Presentation at the Wesleyan University PAC Luncheon Seminar, "Touring in Japan: Some
   Observations on the Japanese Economy," April 7, 1994.

   Presentation at the Wesleyan University PAC Luncheon Seminar, "Reflections on the Japanese
   Saving Rate," February 23, 1995.

   Presentation at Department of Economics Summer Workshop at Wesleyan University, "„Mode-
   Locking‟ and International Business Cycle Transmission," July 31, 1996.

   Presentation at CSS Seminar, Wesleyan University, "In Pursuit of Economic Growth: The Case of
   Japan," 1997.

   Presentation at Old Dominion University for Deutsche Telekom executives, “Globalization and
   the American Economy,” May 2000.

   Presentation at the College of Business and Public Administration Dean‟s Research Seminar,
   Old Dominion University, “The Use of E-Views and the DRI Database.” September 8, 2000.

   Presentation at Old Dominion University for Deutsche Telekom executives, “Globalization and
   the American Economy,” September 20, 2000.

   Presentation at Old Dominion University for Deutsche Telekom executives, “The State of the
   Global Economy,” May 7, 2001.

   Presentation at the College of Business and Public Administration Dean‟s Research Seminar,
   Old Dominion University, “Does El Nino Affect Business Cycles?” April 12, 2002.

   Presentation at Old Dominion University for Deutsche Telekom Executives, “The US Economy
   and September 11,” April 24, 2002.


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   Presentation at the College of Business and Public Administration Dean‟s Research Seminar,
   Old Dominion University, “Patterns of Interdependence in Latin America” April 25, 2003.


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

Refereeing
       Japan and the World Economy
       Journal of the Japanese and International Economies
       Journal of Comparative Economics
       Journal of International Money and Finance
       Southern Economic Journal
       Journal of Global Awareness
       Journal of Macroeconomics

Discussant
   Many Conferences

Professional Service Presentations

   Presentation in the University of Delaware Economics Department Seminar, "Interdependence
   Between the United States and Japan: A Vector Autoregression Approach," March 25, 1993.

   Presentation at Nihon University, Tokyo, "Interdependence Between the United States and
   Japan: A Vector Autoregression Approach", October 21, 1993.

   Presentation at the Japan Development Bank, Tokyo, "The Japanese Household Saving
   Function: A Time Series Econometric Analysis", in Japanese, December 27, 1993.

   Presentation at Hitotsubashi University, Kunitachi, Tokyo, "The Household Japanese Saving
   Function: A Time Series Econometric Analysis", in Japanese, January 10, 1994.

   Presentation at Yokohama National University, Yokohama, "The Japanese Household Saving
   Function: A Time Series Econometric Analysis", in Japanese, January 13, 1994.

   Presentation at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, "International Co-Movements
   and Business Cycle Transmission between Korea and Japan", April 12, 2000.

   Presentation for the College of Commerce and Economics, Yeungnam University in Korea:
   "International Co-Movements and Business Cycle Transmission between Korea and Japan",
   May 25, 2000.

   Presentation at KEI Panel Program on the Korean Economy at Wesleyan University,
   Middletown, Connecticut, “South Korean Industrial Structure: History and Reform,” March 2,
   2001.


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COMMUNITY SERVICE:

  Presentation at Tunxis Community-Technical College, Farmington, Connecticut, "Japanese
  Society: An Economist's Personal Viewpoint," March 8, 1994.


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