Office: Classroom Center, Room 222A
Dr. Mattson teaches Principles of Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, International Finance, Economic Development, and Latin American Economies.
As a Research Associate for the Center for Financial Stability and a member of the Society for Economic Measurement, Dr. Mattson advocates the use of theoretically consistent, transparent, and rigorous economic measures and data. He serves as a co-adviser of the Economics Club and Economics Book Series.
Dr. Mattsons’ research interests include Divisia monetary aggregates, monetary policy, US and Latin American economic aggregates, economic development, and exchange rates.
Dr. Mattson lives in Canyon with his wife Arely and their two children: Eva and Elias.