Martin Eichenbaum
Martin Eichenbaum

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
Charles Moskos Professor of Economics, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences
Co-Director, Center of International Macroeconomics (CIM)
Professor of Executive MBA (Courtesy)

Print Overview

Prof. Martin Eichenbaum is the Charles Moskos Professor of Economics in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern University and the Co-Director, Center of International Macroeconomics (CIM). More information about Prof. Eichenbaum is available on his website.



Print Vita
Education
Ph.D., 1981, Economics, The University of Minnesota
B. Comm, 1976, Economics, McGill University

Academic Positions
Co-­Director, Center of International Economics, Northwestern University, 2003-present
Professor of Economics, Northwestern University, 1988-present
Visiting Professor, Chicago Booth School of Business, University of Chicago, 2009-2010
Visiting Professor of Economics, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, 2005-2005
Ethel and John Lindgren Professor of Economics, Northwestern University, 2004-2012
Visiting Associate Professor of Economics, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, 1987-1988
Associate Professor of Economics, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, 1985-1987
Assistant Professor of Economics, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, 1981-1985

Print Research
Articles
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2008. Currency Crisis Models. The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2016. Understanding Booms and Busts in Housing Markets. Journal of Political Economy. 124(4): 1088-1147.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 1993. Labor Hoarding and the Business Cycle. Journal of Political Economy. 101(2): 245-73.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 1995. Capacity Utilization and Returns to Scale. NBER Macroeconomics Annual.: 67-110.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 1996. Sectoral Solow Residuals. European Economic Review. 40(3-5): 861-69.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 1999. What Caused the Recent Asian Currency Crisis?. Asian Financial Crisis: Origins, Implications and Solutions.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2000. Understanding the Korean and Thai Currency Crises. Journal of Economic Perspectives.: 45-60.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2001. Hedging ad Financial Fragility in Fixed Exchange Rate Regimes. European Economic Review. 45(7): 1151-1193.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2001. Prospective Deficits and the Asian Currency Crises. Journal of Political Economy. 109(6): 1155-1197.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2002. On the Fiscal Implications of Twin Crises. Managing Currency Crises in Emerging Markets.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2004. Government Guarantees and Self-Fulfilling Currency Attacks. Journal of Economic Theory. 119(1): 31-63.
Burstein, Ariel, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2005. Why is Inflation so Low After Large Devaluations?. Journal of Political Economy. 113(4): 742-784.
Burstein, Ariel, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2006. The Importance of the Nontradable Goods' Prices in Cyclical Real Exchange Rate Fluctuations. Japan and the World Economy. 18(3): 247-253.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2006. Government Finance in the Wake of Currency Crises. Journal of Monetary Economics. 53(3)
Burstein, Ariel, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2007. Modeling Exchange Rate Passthrough After Large Devaluations. Journal of Monetary Economics. 54(2): 346-368.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2007. The Returns to Currency Speculation in Emerging Markets. American Economic Review, Papers & Proceedings. 97(2): 333-8.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2008. The Carry Trade: The Gains from Diversification. Journal of the European Economic Association. 6(2-3): 581-8.
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2009. Understanding the Forward Premium Puzzle: A Microstructure Approach. American Economics Journal: Macroeconomics. 1(2): 127-54.
Eichenbaum, Martin, Nir Jaimovich and Sergio Rebelo. 2011. Reference Prices and Nominal Rigidities. American Economic Review. 101(1): 242-272.
Burnside, Craig, Isaac Kleshchelski, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2011. Do Peso Problems Explain the Returns to the Carry Trade?. Review of Financial Studies. 24(3): 853-91.
Christiano, Lawrence J.Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2011. When is the Government Spending Multiplier Large?. Journal of Political Economy. 119(2)
Burnside, Craig, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo. 2011. Carry Trade and Momentum in Currency Markets. Annual Review of Financial Economics. 3: 511-535.

 
Print Teaching
Executive MBA
Macroeconomics (FINCX-473-0)


Macroeconomics (MECNX-450-0)
Macroeconomics studies national and global economic activity. The course focuses on the effects of fiscal and monetary policies on GNP, interest rates, unemployment and inflation.

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