UCL and CEPR
Wendy Carlin is Professor of Economics at UCL. She is co-managing editor of Economics of Transition. Her research focuses on macroeconomics, institutions and economic performance, and the economics of transition. She has published papers with a number of co-authors on subjects including economic restructuring in transition; ownership, finance and growth; competitiveness and export performance; competition and growth in transition; German economic performance; and New Keynesian macroeconomics. She published Macroeconomics: Imperfections, Institutions and Policies (OUP, 2006, co-author David Soskice). They are currently writing a new macroeconomics book: Macroeconomics: Finance, Stability and Crises (OUP, 2013). She is a member of the Expert Advisory Panel of the UK Office for Budget Responsibility and of the INET Advisory Board. DPhil Oxford, 1987.
Articles by Wendy Carlin:
How should macroeconomics be taught to undergraduates in the post-crisis era? A concrete proposal
25 October 2012, 21182 reads
The problems with the Eurozone
31 March 2012, 22121 reads
Institutions matter for growth – but which ones and how much?
17 February 2010, 14584 reads
Germany needs high wage settlements and a serious fiscal stimulus
26 November 2008, 10968 reads
German recovery – it's not the government reforms
14 August 2007, 10984 reads
Holmes, McGrattan, Prescott
Beck, De Haas, Ongena