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Focused primarily on the problem of determining how the government's monetary and fiscal instruments ought to respond to shocks over the business cycle. This research has two parts: one involves formulating and estimating an empirically plausible model of the macroeconomy, and the second involves developing economic concepts and computational methods for determining optimal policy in an equilibrium model.
Economics, PhD, Columbia University
… → 1982
Econometrics/Mathematical Economics, MSc, The London School of Economics and Political Science
… → 1977
Economics, MA, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
… → 1975
History/Economics, BA, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
… → 1973
- Applied time series analysis
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Christiano, L. J., Trabandt, M. & Walentin, K., Jan 2021, In: Review of Economic Dynamics. 39, p. 26-54 29 p.
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Christiano, L. J., Eichenbaum, M. S. & Trabandt, M., Jul 2021, In: Review of Economic Dynamics. 41, p. 4-37 34 p.
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