Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Monetary Policy, Time Series Econometrics
Andrea Tambalotti joined the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in July 2003 and is now a Vice President in the Macroeconomic and Monetary Studies Function of the Research and Statistics Group. His research focuses on the use of dynamic general equilibrium models as tools for macroeconomic and monetary policy analysis. Recent work explores the connection between consumer expectations and macroeconomic outcomes using data from the NY Fed’s Survey of Consumer Expectations, as well as the causes and implications of low interest rates in the global economy. He has also written on the role of mortgage debt in the Great Recession and the housing boom that preceded it and on the sources of business cycle fluctuations, as well as on the quantitative relevance of the trade-off between the stabilization of inflation and real activity, on inflation measurement for central bankers, and on the role of credibility in monetary policy. Dr. Tambalotti is an associate editor of the Review of Economic Dynamics. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University and a B.A. and M.A. from Universita' Bocconi in Milan.
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