Maximilian Gӧdl (PhD, University of Graz), a 2018-19 Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow, is an economist whose research is at the intersection between macroeconomics and public finance, focusing on the interaction between government debt, financial markets, and the real economy.
During his fellowship at Kellogg, Gӧdl’s research will aim to disentangle the sources of the Eurozone crisis in the context of an estimated structural economic model. The model will then be used to analyze the effect of government interventions in the banking sector, the effect of fiscal consolidation measures, and the bond purchase programs of the European Central Bank.
Gӧdl will teach a course in international economics at the Keough School of Global Affairs. He has previously held visiting fellowships at the University of California, Berkeley and the Advanced Studies Program of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy.
Macroeconomics and public finance, focusing on the interaction between government debt, financial markets, and the real economy
Disentangling the Eurozone Crisis: Government Default and Bank Credit in a Business Cycle Model