The ADEMU Steering Committee is responsible for the coordination of activities across all work packages. The members of the Steering Committee are:
- Ramon Marimon (European University Institute and Barcelona GSE),
Steering Committee Chair
- Radim Boháček (CERGE, Charles University in Prague)
- Giancarlo Corsetti (University of Cambridge)
- Christian Hellwig (Toulouse School of Economics
- Thomas Hintermaier (BGSE, University of Bonn)
- Morten Ravn (University College London)
- Pedro Teles (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
Committee Member Profiles (alphabetical)
Radim Boháček is a Senior Researcher at CERGE at the Charles University and the Economics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago. He serves as a country team leader for the Survey of Health, Retirement, and Ageing in Europe (SHARE ERIC) in the Czech Republic. His research interests include general equilibrium models with heterogeneous agents, dynamic macroeconomic policy, and optimal government policies. He has published in journals such as the Journal of Monetary Economics, the Economic Journal, the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, and the Journal of Macroeconomics.
Giancarlo Corsetti (Ph.D. Yale, 1992) is Professor of Macroeconomics at Cambridge University. He has taught at the European University Institute in Florence, as Pierre Werner Chair; the University of Rome III; Yale University and the University of Bologna.
His main fields of interest are international economics and open-economy macroeconomics with contributions covering a wide range of theoretical and policy issues: currency and fiscal instability, international transmission mechanisms, monetary and fiscal policy, financial and real integration and global imbalances. His articles have appeared in the American Economic Review, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Economic Policy, Economic Review, Journal of International Economics, Journal of Monetary Economics, Quarterly Journal of Economics, and the Review of Economic Studies, among others. He has been a long-serving co-editor of the Journal of International Economics.
He is co-director of the International Macroeconomic Programme at CEPR. He is a consultant of the Directorate-General for Research at the European Central Bank as well as of the Bank of England. He has been a regular visiting professor in central banks and international financial and monetary institutions. He is a member of Council of the European Economic Association, for which he has served as Program Chairman of the 2007 Annual Congress in Budapest. For ten years, he has been a member of the European Economic Advisory Group of CESIFO, preparing a yearly Report on the European Economy. He is a regular contributor to Voxeu.
Christian Hellwig is an economic theorist with interests in macroeconomics, finance, and game theory. He obtained a PhD in economics in 2002 from the London School of Economics. Hellwig joined the University of California, Los Angeles in 2002 as an assistant professor in 2002, and was promoted to tenured associate professor in 2007. In his research, Hellwig has studied the role of information for coordination problems, financial markets and the macro economy. He has also worked on frictions in lending markets and on the role of pricing frictions for inflation and aggregate price adjustment. Among others, Hellwig’s work has appeared in the American Economic Review, Econometrica, the Review of Economic Studies and the Journal of Political Economy.
Thomas Hintermaier is Professor of Economics at the University of Bonn. His research interests include Macroeconomics and Financial Economics. He has published in Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Economics Dynamics and Control, Review of Economic Dynamics, and others.
Ramon Marimon is Professor of Economics at the European University Institute, as well as being Chairman of the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, and Professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (on leave). He is Chair President of the Society for Economic Dynamics (2012-2015) and Research Fellow of CEPR and NBER. He was previously an Assistant and Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, Secretary of State for Science and Technology of the Government of Spain (2000-02), and President of the Spanish Economic Association (2004). He was a co-founder of UPF as Dean and Chair of the Department of Economics and Business (1990-91), and founder and director of the Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional (CREI, 1994). He has also been advisor of the European Commission on R&D policy. His research interests include Macroeconomics, Monetary and Fiscal Theory, Contract Theory, Learning Theory, Labour Theory, Economics of Innovation, Science and Technology Policy. He has published in Econometrica, the Journal of Political Economy, the American Economic Review, the Journal of Economic Theory, the Review of Economic Dynamics, and others. He also writes frequent opinion columns for El País newspaper.
Morten O. Ravn is Professor of Economics and currently Head of the Department of Economics at UCL. He is also co-director of the ESRC Research Centre for Macroeconomics. He also serves as joint Managing Editor of the Economic Journal, is an Associate Editor of the Journal of the European Economic Association, a Research Fellow of the CEPR, and a council member of the European Economic Association. He is a former Professor of Economics at the European University Institute and the University of Southampton, Associate Professor at London Business School and Assistant Professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra and the University of Aarhus. He is a consultant at Norges Bank. His research interests include fiscal policy, business cycles, international macroeconomics and applied econometrics. His work has been published in the American Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Monetary Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, Review of Economic Dynamics, Economic Journal and many other journals.
Pedro Teles is a Full Professor at Católica-Lisbon. He is also a researcher at the Bank of Portugal and a Research Fellow of the CEPR. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago, and was a Senior Economist in the Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago between 2001 and 2004. He has taught in the Ph.D. programs at Universitat Pompeu Fabra and University College London, and has worked on various issues of monetary and fiscal policy, including the optimality of the Friedman rule, time consistent policies, optimal stabilization policy, optimal currency areas, and instruments of monetary policy. His work is published in the Journal of Political Economy, American Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Theory and Journal of Monetary Economics.