Professor Jinill Kim started teaching at Korea University in the fall of 2010. Before joining Korea University, he worked at the Federal Reserve Board (Division of Monetary Affairs in 2003-2011 and Division of Research and Statistics in 1996-1998) as a Senior Economist and at the University of Virginia (1998-2003) as an assistant professor.He taught courses and does research on macroeconomics and monetary economics; he has publications in leading academic journals including International Economic Review, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of International Economics and Economic Policy.At the Federal Reserve, he worked on monetary policy strategies and macro modeling issues. He also taught at Georgetown University and regularly visits the Federal Reserve Board while the university is on vacation. He obtained his Ph.D. in economics from Yale University in 1996.
Why central banks should not be inflation nutters
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