Dr. Zinn joined the College of Business at Clayton State University in 2014. He earned his PhD in economics from University of California, Santa Barbara and has research interests in macroeconomics, mathematical economics, and public economics. He has published research articles studying mathematical models on psychological biases, the money multiplier, and real interest rates.
Ph D, Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2013
Jesse Zinn, Information-Theoretic Foundation for the Weighted Updating Model, Review of Behavioral Economics – February 26 2019
Jesse Zinn, An Alternative Framework for a Textbook Analysis of the Comparative Statics of the Money Multiplier, Economics Bulletin – November 7 2018
Jesse Zinn, A Lower Bound on Real Interest Rates, Business Quest – November 7 2018
Jesse Zinn, Expanding the Weighted Updating Model, Economics Bulletin – 2015
Reza Kheirandish, Jesse Zinn, H Lari Arjomand, Nikki M. Finlay, Gay Solomon, Affordable Learning Textbook Transformation , University System of Georgia, State, 25800, Funded – January 2015 to May 2016