Visiting Scholars
Our Visiting Scholars are a valuable component of the research effort at the New York Fed, strengthening the links between staff economists and their peers at universities. Scholars may visit the Bank on an ongoing basis for one day a week (typically Fridays) or for one-time periods of a week, semester or year.


 
  Resident Scholars
 
Peter Diamond OFFSITE
MIT
S. Vish Viswanathan OFFSITE
Duke University
 
  Long-Term Visitors
 
Bruce Preston OFFSITE
University of Melbourne
Francesco Giavazzi OFFSITE
Bocconi University
Robert Townsend OFFSITE
MIT
 
  One Week Visitors
 
David Autor OFFSITE
MIT
Richard Blundell OFFSITE
University College London
 
  Occasional Visitors
 
Adi Sunderam OFFSITE
Harvard Business School
Arvind Krishnamurthy OFFSITE
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Charles Kahn OFFSITE
University of Illinois
Christopher Sims OFFSITE
Princeton University
Daniel Paravisini OFFSITE
London School of Economics
Enrico Perotti OFFSITE
University of Amsterdam
Fernando Ferreira OFFSITE
Wharton, UPenn
Francesco Bianchi OFFSITE
Duke University
Frank Schorfheide OFFSITE
University of Pennsylvania
Giorgio Primiceri OFFSITE
Northwestern University
Itay Goldstein OFFSITE
University of Pennsylvania
James Hamilton OFFSITE
University of California, San Diego
James Stock OFFSITE
Harvard University
Jerry Hausman OFFSITE
MIT
Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde OFFSITE
University of Pennsylvania
John Leahy OFFSITE
University of Michigan
Jonathan Wright OFFSITE
Johns Hopkins University
Jules van Binsbergen OFFSITE
University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School
Mark Bils OFFSITE
University of Rochester
Mark Gertler OFFSITE
New York University
Michael Jacobides OFFSITE
London Business School
Michael Woodford OFFSITE
Columbia University
Nobuhiro Kiyotaki OFFSITE
Princeton University
Philip Strahan OFFSITE
Boston College
Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh OFFSITE
New York University, Stern School of Business