McKinney, Joseph A. 1943-
McKINNEY, Joseph A. 1943-
Born May 21, 1943, in Marion, NC; son of Henry Clay (a grocer) and Mary (a teacher; maiden name, Greene) McKinney; married Nancy Petersen (a nurse), 1966; children: Laura McKinney Joseph, David John Michael. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Berea College, B.A., 1965; Michigan State University, M.A., 1967, Ph.D., 1970. Politics: Republican. Religion: Baptist. Hobbies and other interests: Travel, studying Christian theology.
Home—9515 Stony Point, Waco, TX 76712. Office—Department of Economics, Hankamer School of Business, Box 98003, Baylor University, Waco, TX 76798-8003; fax: 254-710-1092. E-mail—[email protected].
U.S. Department of State, research assistant, 1967; Michigan State University, East Lansing, instructor in economics, 1969-70; University of Virginia, Charlottesville, assistant professor of economics, 1970-76; Baylor University, Waco, TX, faculty member, 1976—, currently Ben H. Williams Professor of International Economics. Seinan Gakuin University, exchange professor, 1977-78; University of Caen, visiting professor at Institut d'Administration des Enterprises, 1996; Middlesex University, Fulbright professor at Center for the Study of International Affairs, 1996; guest lecturer at other institutions, including University of Paris, Upper Business School of Grenoble, University of Montpellier, Friedrich Schiller University, University of Ghent, Texas A & M University, and University of Houston. Testified before U.S. Trade Deficit Review Commission, U.S. International Trade Commission, and other government agencies.
International Trade and Finance Association, European Community Studies Association, American Economic Association, Association of Christian Economists (founding member), Association of Japanese Business Studies (founding member), Association for Canadian Studies in the United States.
Woodrow Wilson fellow; designated outstanding university professor, Baylor University, 1985; grants from Embassy of Canada, 1988, 1991, 1994, 1997, U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee, 1990, and Max Kade Foundation, 1992; best paper award, international education division, American Marketing Association, 1994, for "Is the Japanese Marketing System Changing? An Empirical Investigation of the Experiences of U.S. Firms Operating in Japan"; grants from International Research and Exchanges Board and Government of Canada, both 2000.
(Editor with Keith A. Rowley) Readings in International Economic Relations, Stipes Publishing, 1989.
(Editor with Rebecca M. Sharpless) Implications of a North American Free Trade Region: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Program in Regional Studies, Baylor University (Waco, TX), 1992.
(Editor with Melissa Essary, and contributor) Free Trade Area for the Americas: Issues in Economics, Trade Policy, and Law, Baylor University (Waco, TX), 1995.
Created from NAFTA: The Structure, Function, and Significance of the Treaty's Related Institutions, M. E. Sharpe (Armonk, NY), 2000.
Contributor to books, including Biblical Principles and Economics: The Foundations, edited by Richard C. Chewning, Navpress, 1989; North America without Borders?, edited by Stephen J. Randall, University of Calgary Press (Calgary, Alberta, Canada), 1992; The Challenge of NAFTA: North America, Australia, New Zealand, and the World Trade Regime, edited by Robert G. Cushing and others, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas—Austin (Austin, TX), 1993; The North American Free Trade Agreement, edited by Khosrow Fatemi, St. Martin's Press (New York, NY), 1993; and The Future of the Atlantic Community: Expansion, Integration, Security, and Trade, edited by Douglas Eden, St. Martin's Press (New York, NY), 2000. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals, including Journal of Business Ethics, International Business Review, International Journal, Journal of World Trade, Business Horizons, Venture Japan, Organizational Dynamics, Atlantic Economic Journal, Business Economics, and Applied Economics.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
Research on dispute settlement under the side accords of the North American Free Trade Agreement; research on the dispute settlement experience of less-developed countries at the World Trade Organization.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Hispanic American Historical Review, May, 1995, Jose Cuello, review of Implications of a North American Free Trade Region: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, p. 317.
Latin American Research Review, summer, 1994, Manuel Pastor, Jr., review of Implications of a North American Free Trade Region, p. 154.