Dr. Saving joined the Baylor faculty as an adjunct professor in 2011. He teaches the Seminar in Microeconomic Theory that students take in their first semester. On a full-time basis, Saving is a senior research economist and advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Saving joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in 1996, following a one-year post-doctoral fellowship at George Mason University's Center for Study of Public Choice. He holds a BA in mathematical economic analysis from Rice University and an MA and PhD in economics from the California Institute of Technology.
Saving is the author of articles on European economic integration, American welfare policy, Social Security, and other policy issues. His articles have appeared in such journals as Economic Inquiry, Southern Economic Journal, Public Choice, and Southwest Economy. He is a member of the American Economic Association and the Public Choice Society.