Laurence BALL (Research Fellow)
John Hopkins University
(July, January 2002; July - August 2001)
Research Topic:
  • 2002: Liquidity traps and money-financed fiscal expansions
Working Papers:

Laurence Ball is Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University, where he was appointed in 1994. He previously taught at Princeton and New York Universities, and received his PhD from MIT in 1986. Professor Ball has been a Houblon-Norman Fellow at the Bank of England, a Professorial Fellow in Monetary Economics at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and Victoria University, and a Visiting Scholar at a number of other central banks. His primary research interests are inflation and monetary policy.