College of Business

Jane S. Himarios

Clinical Professor
Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic University, 1988
Telephone: 817-272-3293    Office: COB 315
Email: jhimarios@uta.edu

Personal Website

Research/Teaching Interests: Principles of Macro- and Microeconomics, Money and Banking, Public Finance, and Labor Economics

Dr. Jane Himarios joined the Department of Economics at The University of Texas at Arlington in 1985. She received her Ph.D. in 1988 from Virginia Tech. She has taught courses in Principles of Macro- and Microeconomics, Money and Banking, Public Finance and Labor economics. She developed the internet courses for Principles of Macroeconomics and Money and Banking for UTA in 2003 and 2006, respectively. Himarios received the University of Texas System Regent's Outstanding Teaching Award in 2010.

Recent Research

  • Himarios, Jane S. (2009). Instructor‟s Manual to accompany Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 1E, Worth Publishers (Ball).
  • Himarios, Jane S. (2009). Instructor‟s Manual to accompany Economics, 9E, Cengage Publishing, (Arnold).
  • Himarios, Jane S. (2009). Developed Principles of Macroeconomics Internet course for The University of Texas TeleCampus.
  • Himarios, Jane S. (2009). Developed Money and Banking Internet course for The University of Texas at Arlington.
  • Himarios, Jane S., Linda Wilson and Robert Shoffner (2009). Instructor‟s Manual to accompany Economics, 9E, Cengage Publishing, Arnold.
  • Himarios, Jane S. (2008). Instructor‟s Manual to accompany Economics, 8E, Thomson South-Western Publishing, Arnold.
  • Himarios, Jane S. (2007). Test Bank to accompany The Macro Economy Today, 11E, McGraw-Hill Irwin, Schiller.
  • Himarios, Jane S. (2007). Test Bank to accompany The Micro Economy Today, 11E, McGraw-Hill Irwin, Schiller.