Kansas State University
Jehu Mette is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics and Financial Studies in the David D. Reh School of Business at Clarkson University.
He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Kansas State University in 2021, where he wrote his dissertation under the direction of William F. Blankenau.
His research focuses on issues of economic growth, public expenditures, taxation, job creation and renewable energy. His work features a mixture of U.S. state, U.S. national and global data with various econometric applications. What he enjoys most about his job along with teaching is research with his colleagues.
During his free time, Jehu enjoys the guitar, non-fiction books and soccer.
- Energy Economics
- Education Economics
- Applied Econometrics
- 2018 International Leadership Award, Kansas State Alumni Association.
- 2022 Faculty Research Grant, Office of the Provost, PI.
- 2022 Sustainable Development Research Grant, Co-PI with Guoyu Lin
- Atems, B., & Mette, J. (2022). The propagation of public health spending shocks. Applied Economics Letters, 1-5.
- Lin, G., Menoher, J., Lin, G., & Mette, J. (2022). Autoregression of Bilateral Trade Flow Matrices. International Journal of Business and Economics, 7(2), 9-16.
- Lin, G., Liu, C., Mette, J., & Crichton, R. (2022). The Effect of Option Grants on Managerial Risk Taking: A Review. Risks, 10(8), 143.