Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Cutsinger, Bryan P. & Ingber, Joshua S., 2019. Seigniorage in the Civil War South,” Explorations in Economic History, Elsevier, vol. 72(C), pages 74-92.

Peer Reviewed White Papers

Bettina H. Aten, Christian Awuku-Budu, Eric B. Figueroa, Joshua Ingber, and Bryan Vengelen (September 2020) “Experimental Estimates of PCE-Weighted Regional Price Parities and Real PCE by State” Survey of Current Business: The Journal of The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (Volume 100 Number 9)

Steven L. Zemanek, Joshua S. Ingber, Elizabeth C. McCormack, and Andres Orozco Restrepo (June 2019) “Arts and Cultural Production Satellite Account” Survey of Current Business: The Journal of The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (Volume 99 Number 6)

Christian Awuku-Budu, Mahsa Gholizadeh, Ledia Guci, Joshua S. Ingber, Christopher A. Lucas, and Levi J. Weible (November 2016) “Personal Consumption Expenditures by State” Survey of Current Business: The Journal of The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis 

Bentley, M. Ingber, J. Kollanthara, N. Fallon,  T.  Kublashvili, S.and Zemanek, S.  (January 2020) “Regional Quarterly Report” Survey of Current Business: The Journal of The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (Volume 100 Number 1)

Working Papers

Testing the Alchian-Allen Theorem: Another Look at Behavior in the Gasoline Market

Assignats or Death (with Bryan Cutsinger and Louis Rouanet)

Scandal (with Slade Mendenhall)

Research Statement:

My research program centers on monetary history. However, it is impossible to isolate monetary history from political economics and the organization of political institutions. Thus, while my focus is on monetary history, my research considers relevant political and institutional frameworks.  To be more specific, my research focuses on monetary policy outcomes as well as the set of incentives and constraints of the underlying policy stakeholders. This twin approach has guided my research on monetary history and offers a promising research agenda. In addition, with my background at the Bureau of Economic Analysis, I have developed a research agenda that focuses on regional economic indicators.