James Feigenbaum is a visiting professor for 2008-09 at the Huntsman School of Business. He has been teaching at the University of Pittsburgh since 2003 teaching classes on macroeconomics and mathematical methods for economic analysis. He has dual majors at the bachelor's, master's and doctorate levels in economics and physics, most recently completing his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Iowa in 2003. His research revolves around understanding the observed hump in lifecycle profiles of household consumption.
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Lifecycle Dynamics of Income Uncertainty and Consumption (with Geng Li), Geng Li (2011)
Optimal Irrational Behavior (with Frank N. Caliendo and Emin Gahramanov), Journal
of Economic Behavior and Organizations (2011)
Precautionary Saving or Denied Dissaving, Economic Modeling (2011)