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Nicholas Gregory Mankiw (1958 - )

Dos son los libros más conocidos de Gregory Mankiw: Macroeconomics y Principles of Economics. Mankiw ha logrado superar la venta de un millón de ejemplares sólo con esas dos obras, que se han traducido a setenta lenguas o idiomas diferentes y que han sido utilizadas por gran cantidad de estudiantes de Economía de nivel intermedio en numerosas escuelas y universidades de todos los países del mundo.

La labor más importante de este reconocido profesor de Economía en la Universidad de Harvard ha sido su aportación a cuestiones microeconómicas y, fundamentalmente, macroeconómicas. Con sus trabajos ha intentado explicar el comportamiento del consumidor, la determinación de precios, las políticas fiscal y monetaria y el funcionamiento de los mercados financieros. También el crecimiento económico, un tema muy poco modelizado en la historia del pensamiento económico.

Desde 2003 es asesor económico del Presidente George W. Bush (chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers).


CURRÍCULUM VITAE

- Nacimiento: febrero de 1958
- Estado Civil: casado (tres hijos)

- Títulos académicos:

A.B., summa cum laude in economics, Princeton University, 1980.
Ph.D., Department of Economics., M.I.T., 1984.

- Carrera profesional:

Septiembre 1982 hasta julio 1983
Council of Economic Advisers. Miembro del Staff Economist.
Septiembre 1984 hasta junio 1985.
Instructor del Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Julio 1985 hasta junio 1987
Profesor Asistente de Economía Harvard University.
Julio 1987 hasta la actualidad
Profesor de Economía en Harvard University

- Cargos no docentes:

Research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research
Adviser to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and the Congressional Budget Office
Miembro del ETS test development committee for the advanced placement exam in economics

COORDENADAS

Página web personal de Gregory Mankiw:
http://post.economics.harvard.edu/faculty/mankiw/mankiw.html


LOCALIZACIÓN ACADÉMICA:



Department of Economics
223 Littauer Center
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA 02138
U.S.A.


FORMAS DE CONTACTO:



Correo electrónico: ngmankiw@harvard.edu
Teléfono: 617-495-4301
Fax: 617-495-7730

LUGAR DE RESIDENCIA



Wellesley, Massachusetts
Estados Unidos de América

OBRAS de Gregory Mankiw:

LIBROS

New Keynesian Economics, volumes 1 and 2, editor, with David Romer, MIT Press, 1991.

Macroeconomics, Worth Publishers, 1992; 2nd ed., 1994, 3rd ed., 1997; 4th ed., 2000; 5th ed., 2003.

Translated into Armenian, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, and Ukrainian. Canadian edition also available.

Monetary Policy, editor, University of Chicago Press, 1994.

Principles of Economics, The Dryden Press (Harcourt College Publishers), 1998; 2nd ed., 2001.

Translated into Chinese, Czech, French, Georgian, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, and Spanish. Australian and Canadian editions also available. 

PRINCIPALES ARTÍCULOS (por orden cronológico):

Hall's Consumption Hypothesis and Durable Goods, Journal of Monetary Economics 10, Nov. 1982, 417-426.

Intertemporal Substitution in Macroeconomics, with Julio Rotemberg and Lawrence Summers, Quarterly Journal of Economics 100, Feb. 1985, 225-251.

Small Menu Costs and Large Business Cycles: A Macroeconomic Model of Monopoly, Quarterly Journal of Economics 100, May 1985, 529-537.

The Changing Behavior of the Term Structure of Interest Rates, with Jeffrey Miron, Quarterly Journal of Economics 101, May 1986, 211-228.

Free Entry and Social Inefficiency, with Michael Whinston, Rand Journal of Economics 17, Spring 1986, 48-58.

Ricardian Consumers with Keynesian Propensities, with Robert Barsky and Stephen Zeldes, American Economic Review 76, Sept. 1986, 676-691.

The Equity Premium and the Concentration of Aggregate Shocks, Journal of Financial Economics 17, 1986, 211-219.

The Allocation of Credit and Financial Collapse, Quarterly Journal of Economics 101, Aug. 1986, 455-470.

Money Demand and the Effects of Fiscal Policies, with Lawrence Summers, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking 18, Nov. 1986, 415-429.

Government Purchases and Real Interest Rates, Journal of Political Economy 95, Apr. 1987, 407-419.

The Adjustment of Expectations to a Change in Regime: A Study of the Founding of the Federal Reserve, with Jeffrey Miron and David Weil, American Economic Review 77, June 1987, 358-374.

The Optimal Collection of Seigniorage: Theory and Evidence, Journal of Monetary Economics 20, Sept.1987, 327-341.

Permanent and Transitory Components in Macroeconomic Fluctuations, with John Campbell, American Economic Review 77, May 1987, 111-117.

Are Output Fluctuations Transitory? with John Campbell, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Nov. 1987, 857- 880.

The New Keynesian Economics and the Output-Inflation Trade-off, with Laurence Ball and David Romer, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1988:1, 1-65.

Assessing Dynamic Efficiency: Theory and Evidence, with Andrew Abel, Lawrence Summers, and Richard Zeckhauser, Review of Economic Studies 56, Jan. 1989, 1-20.

International Evidence on the Persistence of Economic Fluctuations, with John Campbell, Journal of Monetary Economics 23, Mar. 1989, 319-333.

Real Business Cycles: A New Keynesian Perspective, Journal of Economic Perspectives 3, Summer 1989, 79-90.

The Baby Boom, the Baby Bust, and the Housing Market, with David Weil, Regional Science and Urban Economics 19, 1989, 235-258.

Precautionary Saving and the Timing of Taxes, with Miles Kimball, Journal of Political Economy 97, Aug.1989, 863-879.

Consumption, Income, and Interest Rates: Reinterpreting the Time Series Evidence, with John Campbell, NBER Macroeconomics Annual 4, 1989, 185-216.

Permanent Income, Current Income, and Consumption, with John Campbell, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 8, July 1990, 265-280.

A Quick Refresher Course in Macroeconomics, Journal of Economic Literature 28, Dec. 1990, 1645-1660.

The Consumption of Stockholders and Non-Stockholders, with Stephen Zeldes, Journal of Financial Economics 29, Mar. 1991, 97-112.

The Response of Consumption to Income: A Cross-Country Investigation, with John Campbell, European Economic Review 35, 1991, 723-767.

A Contribution to the Empirics of Economic Growth, with David Romer and David Weil, Quarterly Journal of Economics 107, May 1992, 407-437.

Asymmetric Price Adjustment and Economic Fluctuations, with Laurence Ball, Economic Journal 104, Mar.1994, 247-261.

Relative-Price Changes as Aggregate Supply Shocks, with Laurence Ball, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Feb. 1995, 161-193.

Capital Mobility in Neoclassical Models of Growth, with Robert Barro and Xavier Sala-i-Martin, American Economic Review 85, Mar. 1995, 103-115.

 The Growth of Nations, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1995:1, 275-326.

An Asset Allocation Puzzle, with Niko Canner and David Weil, American Economic Review 87, Mar. 1997, 181-191.

The Deficit Gamble, with Laurence Ball and Douglas Elmendorf, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking 30, Nov. 1998, 699-720.

Government Debt, with Douglas Elmendorf, Handbook of Macroeconomics, North Holland, 1999.

The Savers-Spenders Theory of Fiscal Policy, American Economic Review 90, May 2000, 120-125.

The Inexorable and Mysterious Tradeoff Between Inflation and Unemployment, Economic Journal 111, May 2001, C45-C61.

U.S. Monetary Policy During the 1990s, American Economic Policy in the 1990s, MIT Press, 2002.

Sticky Information versus Sticky Prices: A Proposal to Replace the New Keynesian Phillips Curve, with Ricardo Reis, Quarterly Journal of Economics 117, Nov. 2002, 1295-1328.

The NAIRU in Theory and Practice, with Laurence Ball, Journal of Economic Perspectives 16, Fall 2002, 115-136.

Sticky Information: A Model of Monetary Nonneutrality and Structural Slumps, with Ricardo Reis, Knowledge, Information, and Expectations in Modern Macroeconomics: Essays in Honor of Edmund S. Phelps, Princeton University Press, forthcoming.

What Measure of Inflation Should a Central Bank Target?, with Ricardo Reis, 2002, Journal of the European Economic Association, forthcoming.

Intergenerational Risk Sharing in the Spirit of Arrow, Debreu, and Rawls, with Applications to Social Security Design, with Laurence Ball, 2001.

Monetary Policy for Inattentive Economies, with Laurence Ball and Ricardo Reis, 2002.

Puede descargar más artículos y Working Papers de GREGORY MANKIW (publicados en EconPapers) pulsando aquí.

 

Información recopilada y organizada por Pablo Miró (CV)
Economista, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
<pablomirorocasolano@hotmail.com>

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