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I retired in 2020 after 44 years at Dartmouth. As an international economist, I study the economic linkages among countries and how they shape economic outcomes and policy choices. My continuing scholarly interests focus on why certain countries suffer currency crises, banking crises and/or sovereign debt crises, why these crises are economically costly and whether they can be predicted or prevented.
"China's Growth, Stability and Use of International Reserves," with J. Aizenman and Y. Jinjarak, Open Economies Review (25), 407-428, 2014.
"International Risk Sharing During the Globalization Era," with R. Flood and A. Matsumoto, Canadian Journal of Economics 45(2), 394-416, 2012.
"Using Inflation to Erode the U.S. Public Debt," with J. Aizenman, Journal of Macroeconomics 33(4), 524-541, 2011.
"Getting Shut Out of the International Capital Markets: It Doesn't Take Much" with R. Flood, Review of International Economics , Vol. 17, No. 5, 879-889, 2009.