Nobuhiro Kiyotaki

Position: Professor of Economics


Contact details:

 


Secretarial Support: Jennifer Bello

 


 

Courses Taught:

 

Economics 301: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Economics 342: Money and Banking

Economics 503, 504: Macroeconomic Theory

Economics 521, 522: Advanced Macroeconomics

 


Research Interests:
Monetary and macroeconomics

Curriculum Vitae: C.V.

Working Papers:

1.      Banking, Liquidity and Bank Runs in an Infinite Horizon Economy (with Mark Gertler)

2.      Dynamics of Firms and Trade in General Equilibrium (with Robert Dekle and Hyeok Jeong)

3.      The Great Escape? (with Marco Del Negro, Gauti Eggertsson and Andrea Ferrero)

4.      Liquidity, Business Cycles and Monetary Policy (with John Moore)

5.      A Mechanism Design Approach to Financial Frictions

6.      Adjusting to Capital Account Liberalization (with Kosuke Aoki and Gianluca Benigno)

7.      Clarendon Lectures 1 - Evil is the Root of All Money (with John Moore)

8.      Clarendon Lectures 2 - Liquidity, Business Cycles and Monetary Policy (with John Moore)

9.      Inside Money and Liquidity (with John Moore)

10.  Credit Chains (with John Moore)

 

Selected Publications (some recent, and some old and difficult to get)

 

1. Financial Crises, Bank Risk Exposure and Government Financial Policy (with Mark Gertler and Albert Queralto)

2. Financial Intermediation and Credit Policy in Business Cycle Analysis (with Mark Gertler)

3. A Perspective on Modern Business Cycle Theory

4. Winners and Losers in Housing Markets (with Alex Michaelides and Kalin Nikolov)

5. Capital Flows and Asset Prices (with Kosuke Aoki and Gianluca Benigno)

6. A Model of Job and Worker Flows (with Ricardo Lagos)

7. Financial Deepening (with John Moore)

8. Liquidity and Asset Prices (with John Moore)

9. A Cost of Unified Currency (with John Moore)

10. Credit and Business Cycles