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Nelson MarkNelson Mark

Alfred C. DeCrane Jr. Professor of International Economics
Concurrent Professor of Finance
(PhD, University of Chicago, 1983)
721 Flanner Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Geographic focus: International

Thematic interests: Open economy macroeconomics; macroeconomics of China.

Selected publications:

  • International Macroeconomics and Finance: Theory and Empirical Methods (Blackwell Publishers, 2001)

  • Coauthor, “Endogenous Discounting, the World Saving Glut, and the U.S. Current Account,” with H. Choi and D. Sul in Journal of International Economics 75, 1 (2007)

  • Coauthor, “Exchange Rate Models Are Not As Bad As You Think,” with C. Engel and K. in NBER Macroeconomics Annual (2007)

  • Coauthor, “How Different is China?” with C. Curtis (NBER Working Paper, 2010)

  • “Changing Monetary Policy Rules, Learning, and Real Exchange Rate Dynamics,” in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Blackwell Publishing, 41, 6 (2009)

  • Coauthor, “Dynamically Seemingly Unrelated Cointegrating Regression,” with M. Ogaki and D. Sul inReview of Economic Studies 72 (July, 2005)

  • Coauthor, “Continuous-Time Market Dynamics, ARCH Effects, and the Forward Premium Anomaly,” with Y.K. Moh (OSU Working Paper, 2002)




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