Kenneth Rogoff is the Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics at Harvard, having previously taught at Princeton. He was Economic Counsellor and Director of Research at the IMF (2001 to 2003). Early in his career, he was at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. He has published extensively on policy issues in international finance, including exchange rates, international debt issues, and international monetary policy. Together with Maurice Obstfeld, he is one of the founders of the 'New Open Economy Macroeconomics' with the 1996 book "Foundations of International Macroeconomics." In 1978, he was awarded the life title of international grandmaster of chess by the World Chess Federation. He earned his PhD in Economics at MIT in 1980.
Articles by Kenneth Rogoff:
This time is different, again? The US five years after the onset of subprime
22 October 2012, 33880 reads
Capital controls: A meta-analysis approach
24 March 2011, 18315 reads
Do countries “graduate” from crises? An historical perspective
31 August 2010, 15638 reads
Debt and growth revisited
11 August 2010, 64175 reads
Exchange rates that forecast commodity prices
8 September 2008, 42472 reads
Does financial globalisation help?
19 June 2007, 17448 reads
Holmes, McGrattan, Prescott
Beck, De Haas, Ongena