Enrique G. Mendoza
University of Maryland
Enrique G. Mendoza, Professor, joined the Maryland faculty in January 2002 after spending 8 years in Washington at the International Monetary Fund and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and 5 years at Duke University. He is also a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. He received his PhD from the University of Western Ontario in 1989. His main areas of specialization are international macroeconomics and finance. His research focuses on international capital flows, financial crises, sovereign debt and international business cycles. Publications include: "Financial Globalization, Financial Development and Global Imbalances," (with V. Quadrini and J.V. Rios-Rull), forthcoming, 2009, Journal of Political Economy, "Precautionary Demand for Foreign Assets in Emerging Economies: An Assessment of the New Mercantilism," (with C. B. Durdu & M. Terrones), Journal of Development Economics, forthcoming, 2009. "International Evidence on Fiscal Solvency: Is Fiscal Policy 'Responsible'" (with J. Ostry), Journal of Monetary Economics, 2008, "Lessons from the Debt-Deflation Theory of Sudden Stops," American Economic Review, 2006, "Rational Contagion and the Globalization of Securities Markets'' (with G. Calvo), Journal of International Economics, 2000, "The International Ramifications of Tax Reforms: Supply-side Economics in a Global Economy" (with L. Tesar), American Economic Review, 1998, "Mexico's Balance of Payments Crisis: A Chronicle of a Death Foretold" (with G. Calvo), Journal of International Economics, 1996."Real Business Cycles in a Small Open Economy," American Economic Review 1991.
Articles by Enrique G. Mendoza:
Running out of room: Fiscal space in advanced countries
8 March 2011, 11409 reads
Did financial globalisation make the US crisis worse?
14 November 2009, 18633 reads
Determining the size of the fiscal multiplier
1 October 2009, 75976 reads
Crisis lessons from Irving Fisher: Fix the debt-deflation disease, not its symptoms
12 February 2009, 52634 reads