Detailed Information for John Martinez

Dr. John Martinez 
Economics Finance General Business
 » Professor
Office Location
Dillard College of Business Administration 274H
Office Hours

 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4722
Fax: (940) 397-4280
 
 

Bureau of Business and Government Research
 » Director
Office Location
Dillard College of Business Administration 274H
Office Hours

 
Voice: (940) 397-4722
 
 

Contact Information

john.martinez@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

Research Interests

Regional and Industry Studies

Teaching Interests

History of Economic Thought


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Summer I 2014 ECON 3703  301  Money-Banking-Monetary Policy    Dillard College of Business Administration 178

MTWR 1430 1630

Details Summer I 2014 ECON 2333  301  Macroeconomic Principles    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

MTWR 1220 1420

Details Spring 2014 ECON 3323  201  Intermediate Macroeconomics    Dillard College of Business Administration 131

MW 1400 1520

Details Spring 2014 ECON 2333  201  Macroeconomic Principles    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

MW 930 1050

Details Fall 2013 ECON 3713  101  History of Economic Thought    Dillard College of Business Administration 129

TR 930 1050

Details Fall 2013 ECON 2333  1H1  Macroecon Principles-Honors    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

TR 1100 1220

Details Fall 2013 BUAD 3033  180  Business and Economic Stats    Dillard College of Business Administration 329

TR 1730 1850

Details Summer I 2013 ECON 4723  370  Comparative Economic Systems    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

MTWR 1640 1840

Details Summer I 2013 ECON 2333  301  Macroeconomic Principles    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

MTWR 1220 1420

Details Spring 2013 ECON 3323  201  Intermediate Macroeconomics    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

MW 1400 1520

Details Spring 2013 ECON 2333  201  Macroeconomic Principles    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

MW 930 1050

Details Fall 2012 ECON 3713  101  History of Economic Thought    Dillard College of Business Administration 133

TR 930 1050

Details Fall 2012 ECON 2333  1H1  Macroecon Principles-Honors    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

TR 1100 1220

Details Summer II 2012 6663  B40  Spec Grad Topics in Busn Admin    Dillard College of Business Administration 
Details Summer II 2012 4993, 5993  B40, B41  Internatl Issues in Business    Dillard College of Business Administration 
Details Summer I 2012 ECON 4723  370  Comparative Economic Systems    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

MTWR 1640 1840

Details Summer I 2012 ECON 2333  301  Macroeconomic Principles    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

MTWR 1220 1420

Details Spring 2012 3323  201  Intermediate Macroeconomics    Dillard College of Business Administration 131

TR 14:00-15:20

Details Spring 2012 2333  202  Macroeconomic Principles    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

TR 9:30-10:50

Details Fall 2011 3713  101  History of Economic Thought    Dillard College of Business Administration 133 TR 0930am-1050am
Details Fall 2011 2333  1H1  Macroeconomic Principle-Honors    Dillard College of Business Administration 133 TR 1100am-1220pm
Details Summer I 2011 4723  370  Comparative Economic Systems     Dillard College of Business Administration 121 MTWR 16:40-18:40
Details Summer I 2011 2333  301  Macroeconomic Principles     Dillard College of Business Administration 121 MTWR 12:20-14:20
Details Spring 2011 3323  201  Intermediate Macroeconomics    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

TR 2:00-3:20pm

Details Spring 2011 2333  202  Macroeconomic Principles    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

TR 9:30-10:50am

Details Fall 2010 3713  101  History of Economic Thought    Dillard College of Business Administration 129

TR
9:30a - 10:50a

Details Fall 2010 2333  103  Macroeconomic Principles    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

TR
8:00a - 9:20a




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
University of Texas, Austin B.A., Economics 1967 
University of Oklahoma M.S., Economics 1973 
University of Oklahoma Ph.D., Economics 1984 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
  Oklahoma Economic Development Administration  Research Associate  1972  1973
 Cameron University  Professor of Economics  1973  1997
 Webster University  Professor  1982  1986
 Martinez and Associates  Partner  1985  1985
 Cameron University  Graduate Coordinator  1989  1990
 Midwestern state University  Professor of Economics  1997  Present



Research and Publications

Refereed Articles 

Martinez, J. (in press, 2010).  Martinez, J. & Li, Q. (2010, August). Community bank Use of FHLB Advances across the Kansas City and San Francisco Federal Reserve Districts, 2002-2008.  Southwestern Economic Review.  

Martinez, J. E., McNiel, D. W., & Patin, R. P. (2009).  Community Bank Use of FHLB Advances in the Kansas City Federal Reserve District, 2002-2008.  Central Business Review, XXVIII (1-2), 17-23.  

Martinez, J., Patin, R. R., & Barger, J. L. (2008).  Impact of a Subchapter S Designation as a Competitive Measure: Small community Banks versus Credit Unions in Texas.  Midwestern Business and Economic Review.  

Martinez, J. E. & Owen, J. (in press, 2009).  Income Inequality Trends in Texas: 1969-2004: Do They Really Matter?  Southwest Business and Economics Journal.  

Martinez, J. E., Patin, R. P., & McNiel, D. W. (2007).  Viability of Commercial Banks in Dallas Federal Reserve District: Evidence of Relationship and Transactional Orientation.  Journal of Applied Business Research, 23 (2), 93-100.  

Martinez, J. E. & Fukasawa, Y. (2005).  Economic Impact of the Dallas Cowboys Training Camp on the North Texas Region, 1998-2001.  Southwestern Journal of Economics, VII (1), 96-114.  

McNiel, D. W., Patin, R. P., & Martinez, J. E. (2004).  Membership Diversity in Educational Credit Unions: Impact on Risk and Performance.  Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, xxx (1), 40-49.  

McNiel, D. W., Patin, R. P., & Martinez, J. E. (2004).  Occupational Credit Unions and Common Bond Requirements: Does Membership Diversity Impact Risk and Performance.  Southern Business and Economic Journal, 27 (3&4), 138-153.  

Martinez, J. E. & Horner, J. (2002).  Economic Development Projections for South Central Oklahoma.  Southwest Business and Economics Journal, 10, 14-25.  

Refereed Proceedings 

Full Paper

Martinez, J., Patin, R. P., & McNiel, D. W. (2008).  Community Bank Use of FHLB Advances, 2002-2005.  Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings, 31, academy of Economics and Finance, 240-246.  

Martinez, J. E., Patin, R. P., & McNiel, D. W. (2007).  Transactional and relationship banking among Community Banks in the Dallas Federal Reserve District.  Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings, 30, 175-181.  

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

National

Martinez, J. E., Patin, R. P. , & McNiel, D. (2007, March). Use of Federal Home Loan Bank Advances by Agricultural Banks, 2001-2006.   Southwestern Social Sciences Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Martinez, J. E., Patin, R. P. , & McNiel, D. W. (2007, February). The Use of Federal Home Loan Bank Advances by Community Banks: 2001-2006.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Jacksonville, Florida.

Martinez, J. E. & Patin, R. P. (2006, April). Local Credit Union Competition on Community Bank Performance.   Southwestern Social Sciences Association, San Antonio, Texas.

Martinez, J., Patin, R. P. , & Barger, J. L. (2006, March). Impact of SubChapter S Designation as a Competitive Measure: Banks vs Local Credit Unions in the Dallas Federal reserve district.   The Federation of Business Disciplines, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Regional

Martinez, J. E., Owen, J. R. , & Fukasawa, Y. (2006, April). Economic Impact of 2005 BRAC Recommendations on North Texas Region.   Southwestern Social Sciences Association, San Antonio, Texas.

Martinez, J. & Barger, J. (2006, March). Banks Versus Credit Unions in Oklahoma.   Southwest Business Symposium, Edmond, Oklahoma.

Martinez, J. E., Patin, R. P. , & McNiel, D. W. (2006, February). Transactional and Relationship Banking among Community Banks in the Dallas Federal Reserve District.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Houston, Texas.

Martinez, J. E. & Patin, R. P. (2006, February). Transactional and Relationship Banking among Community Banks in the Dallas Federal District.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Houston, Texas.

Presentation of Non-Refereed Papers 

National

Martinez, J. & Li, Q. (2009, April). Real Estate Lending Practices of Young vs Mature Banks A Matched Pair Analysis.   Southwestern Economic Association, Denver, Colorado.

Martinez, J. E. & Owen, J. (2009, April). The Risk Vulnerability of FDIC-Insured Mortgage Lenders.   Southwest Economic Association, Denver, Colorado.

Patin, R. P. & Martinez, J. E. (2009, April). Effects of the Sub-Prime Mortgage Crisis on Low-Income Designated Credit Unions in High Default States.   Southwestern Economic Association, Denver, Colorado.

Patin, R. P. & Martinez, J. E. (2009, February). Effects of the Sub-Prime Mortgage Crisis on Low Income Designated Credit Unions.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, Florida.

Patin, R. P. & Martinez, J. E. (2008, February). Relative Performance of Low-Income Designated Credit Unions in Locally Defined Geographic Markets.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, Tennessee.

Martinez, J. E. & Li, Q. (2008, February). A Comparative Analysis of Recently Chartered Banks' Vulnerability to Real Estate Crisis.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, Tennessee.

Owen, J. R. & Martinez, J. E. (2008, March). Income Inequality Trends in Texas: 1969 through 2004.   Southwest Economic Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Patin, R. P. & Martinez, J. E. (2008, March). Funding Constraints at Community Banks and the Role of the Federal Home Loan Bank Lending.   Southwestern Economics Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Regional

Martinez, J. E. (2008, March). Presented paper: Community Bank Use of FHLB Advances in Oklahoma and Kansas, 2002-2006.   Southwest Business Symposium, Edmond, Oklahoma.

Martinez, J. E. & Patin, R. P. (2005, November). Assessing Credit Union Competition on Performance Texas Banks Using Simultaneous Regression Estimation .   MSU College of Business Administration Working Paper Presentation , Wichita Falls, Texas.

Martinez, J. & Sanderson, P. (2002, March). The Relative Perfomance of Low-Income Designated Credit Unions.   Southwest Economic Association Meeting, Session: Urban and Regional Economics, Corpus Christi, Texas.

Martinez, J. & Fukasawa, Y. (2002, March). Economic Impact of the Dallas Cowboy Training Camp on North Texas.   Southwestern Economic Association Meeting, Session: Economics of Sport, Corpus Christi, Texas.

Martinez, J. & Horner, J. (2002, January). The Harrison Act of 1914: Consumer Protection or Just More Racist Legislation?   Association for Evolutionary Economics Annual Program, Session Social Policy, Corpus Christi, Texas.

Research Grants 

Funded

2006: Martinez, J. E. & Patin, R. P. , The Viability of Community Banks in the Dallas-Federal Reserve District: an Empirical Assessment ($2,900.00), Midwestern State University

Research Reports 

2009: Martinez, J., Analysts Report for the First Quarter, 2009.

2009: Martinez, J., Non-current Loan Rates for the National, State, and Local Banking Industry.

2009: Martinez, J. E., Newly Developed Cross-sectional Cost of Living Indices for Metropolitan Areas.

2009: Martinez, J., Economic Outlook Report, 2nd Quarter, 2009.

2008: Martinez, J. E., & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for the Second Quarter, 2008.

2008: Martinez, J. E., Measuring Local Economic Performance Using New GDP Statistics.

2008: Martinez, J. E., Rising Home Ownership is No Local Myth.

2008: Martinez, J. E., Economic Impact Analysis of Vetrotex Plant Closing on Local Area Economy.

2008: Martinez, J. E., & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for the First Quarter, 2008.

2008: Martinez, J. E., & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for the Third Quarter, 2008.

2008: Martinez, J., Analysts Report for the Fourth quarter, 2008.

2008: Martinez, J., Growth Model of the Wichita Falls MSA.

2007: Martinez, J. E., Profile on Wages: Impact of $7.25 Minimum Wage proposal.

2007: Martinez, J. E., & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for the Third Quarter, 2007.

2007: Martinez, J. E., Regional Economic Growth in Wichita Falls: A Comparative Assessment across MSAs in the U.S., 2004-2006.

2007: Martinez, J. E., Five-Year Demographic Projections for North Texas.

2007: Martinez, J. E., Local Area Income Growth Trends.

2007: Martinez, J. E., & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for Second Quarter, 2007.

2007: Martinez, J. E., & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for Fourth Quarter, 2007.

2007: Martinez, J. & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for First Quarter, 2007.

2006: Martinez, J. E., Distribution of Household Income for Selected Metro areas in texas, 2005.

2006: Martinez, J. E., & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for the Third Quarter, 2006.

2006: Martinez, J. & Fukasawa, Y., Analysts Report for Fourth Quarter, 2006.