My current research focuses on monetary economics. A key theme of much of the research is that monetary policy can materially distort real outcomes over surprisingly long periods of time.
My past research covers many topics in economics, including monetary economics, business cycles, payment economics, financial economics, public finance and dynamic games/contracts.
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Posts on Macro Methodology
Since leaving the Fed at the end of 2015, I've written a number of posts on macro methodology that draw upon my policy experience.