Professor of Economics

ASB 374


B.S. – Bowling Green State University (1999)
M.A. – University of Notre Dame (2001)
Ph.D. – University of Notre Dame (2004)

Areas of Specialization

  • Primary: schools of economic thought and methodology
  • Secondary: economic history; economic education


  • Interlocking Turnover Continua and the Structure of Capital, Review of Radical Political Economics, 46(3), 380-401, September 2014
  • The Circulation of Bank Capital and the General Rate of Interest, Review of Radical Political Economics, 45(2), 149-161, June 2013
  • Teaching Undergraduate Money and Banking: T-Bill Auctions and Stock Market Models, Journal of Economic Education, 40(3), 315-330, July 2009
  • The Turnover Continuum: A Marxist Analysis of Capitalist Fluctuations, Review of Radical Political Economics, 40(2), 189-211, February 2008
  • The Price-Form as a Fractional Reflection of the Aggregate Value of Commodities, Review of Radical Political Economics, 39(3), 407-415, Summer 2007


Professional Affiliations

  • Association for Social Economics (ASE)
  • Southwestern Social Science Association (SSSA)
  • Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE)
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Daniel E. Saros, Ph.D.