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Jonathan Goldberg

Education

  • Ph.D., Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011
  • M.Sc., Economics, London School of Economics, 2004
Current Research Topics
  • Liquidity Supply and Real Economic Activity
  • Monetary Policy Inertia
  • Economist

    Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

    2011 - present
  • Junior Professional Associate

    The World Bank

    2004 - 2006
  • Summer Analyst

    Santander, Debt Capital Markets and Research (New York)

    2003
  • conference

    August 2017

    ESEM - Econometric Society European Meeting

    Risk Shocks, Liquidity and Investment

  • conference

    August 2017

    EEA

    The Supply of Liquidity and Real Economic Activity

  • conference

    January 2017

    AFA

    The Supply of Liquidity and Real Economic Activity

  • conference

    January 2017

    Federal Reserve "Day Ahead" ASSA Conference

    The Supply of Liquidity and Real Economic Activity

  • discussion

    October 2016

    Notre Dame Financial Regulation Conference

    Discussion: Bessembinder et al., "Capital Commitment and Illiquidity in Corporate Bonds"

  • conference

    April 2016

    "Kyle Conference" at the University of Maryland

    What drives liquidity? Identifying shocks to market makers' supply of liquidity and their role in economic fluctuations

  • conference

    March 2016

    Financial Risks conference at the Institut Louis Bachelier

    What drives liquidity? Identifying shocks to market makers' supply of liquidity and their role in economic fluctuations

  • conference

    November 2015

    The Role of Liquidity in the Financial System, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

    What drives liquidity? Identifying shocks to market makers' supply of liquidity and their role in economic fluctuations

  • seminar

    October 2015

    Georgetown University macro seminar

    What drives liquidity? Identifying shocks to market makers' supply of liquidity and their role in economic fluctuations

  • conference

    May 2015

    Georgetown Center for Economic Research (GCER) conference

    Idiosyncratic uncertainty, managerial risk aversion and investment dynamics

  • seminar

    October 2014

    Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

    Idiosyncratic uncertainty, managerial risk aversion and investment dynamics

  • conference

    October 2014

    Kauffman Foundation

    Idiosyncratic uncertainty, managerial risk aversion and investment dynamics

  • seminar

    March 2012

    World Bank, Macro and Growth seminar

    Deleveraging Dynamics

  • discussion

    January 2012

    AEA

    Discussion: Nick Bloom and Scott Baker, "Does Uncertainty Cause Business Cycles? Panel Estimation from Fifty Countries"

  • discussion

    June 2011

    IFN Entrepreneurship Conference, Stockholm, Sweden

    Discussion: Andrew Ellul et al., "Transparency, Tax Pressure and Access to Finance"

  • conference

    June 2011

    IFN Entrepreneurship Conference, Stockholm, Sweden

    A Model of Deleveraging

  • seminar

    2011

    MIT, Federal Reserve Board, Michigan, Berkeley-Haas (Finance), Maryland-Smith (Finance), Boston University, New York Fed, Richmond Fed, Boston College

    A Model of Deleveraging

Awards
  • 2011

    Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

    Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship

  • 2006

    National Science Foundation (NSF)

    Graduate Research Fellowship

  • 2003

    Alumni and Friends of the LSE

    LSE Scholarship

Conference Organization
  • Fall 2009 | NBER, Cambridge, Massachusetts

    NBER Organizational Economics working group

    Program committee

Referee
  • Review of Financial Studies
  • Journal of the European Economic Association
  • Journal of Empirical Finance
Last update: September 11, 2017