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International Senior Fellow 清滝 信宏

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清滝 信宏

  • Professor, Department of Economics, Princeton University
  • 研究分野

      Macroeconomics

    プロフィール

    学歴

    • 1981-1985 Harvard University, Ph.D. Economics, June 1985.
    • 1978-1981 University of Tokyo, Ph.D. Program
    • 1974-1978 University of Tokyo, B.A. Economics, March 1978

    職歴

    • 2006-Present Professor, Department of Economics, Princeton University.
    • 2006-Present Academic Consultant, Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
    • 1997-2006 Professor, Department of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science.
    • 1991-1997 Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Minnesota.
    • 1989-1991 Lecturer, Department of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science.
    • 1985-1991 Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin- Madison.

    著作物

    • "The Great Escape?" with Marco Del Negro, Gauti Eggertsson and Andrea Ferrero, in American Economic Review (2017), 107(3), 824-857.

    • ”Banking, Liquidity, and Bank Runs in an Infinite Horizon Economy、" with Mark Gertler in American Economic Review (2015), 2011-2043.

    • "Financial Intermediation and Credit Policy in Business Cycle Analysis," with Mark Gertler, in Handbook of Monetary Economics, Volume 3A, edited by Benjamin Friedman and Michael Woodford, Amsterdam: Elsevier (2010).

    • "A Model of Job and Worker Flow," with Ricardo Lagos, in Journal of Political Economy (2007), 770-819.

    • "Liquidity and Asset Prices," with John Moore, in International Economic Review, (2005), 317-349.

    • "Credit Cycles," with John Moore, Journal of Political Economy, (1997), 211-248.

    • "Towards a Theory of International Currency," with Kiminori Matsuyama and Aki- hiko Matsui, Review of Economic Studies, (1993), 283-307.

    • "On Money as a Medium of Exchange," with Randall Wright, Journal of Political Economy, (1989), 927-54.

    • "Monopolistic Competition and the E¤ects of Aggregate Demand," with Olivier Blanchard, American Economic Review, (1987), 647-66.