This is the personal website of
Tudor Capital, London
PRIOR PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Oct. 2015 - May 2020
Rokos Capital Management, London; Chief Emerging Markets Economist
Oct. 2005 - Sep. 2015
International Monetary Fund,
Washington DC; Mission Chief, Deputy Division Chief
Country experience: China, Cyprus, Hong Kong SAR (resident representative 2011-13),
India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Mauritania, Norway, Paraguay, Singapore, Turkey, United Kingdom
June - Sep. 2004
Intern in the Office of the Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development,
June - Sep. 2002
Junior Consultant at the European Investment Bank,
PAPERS & PUBLICATIONS
Sovereign Risk and Belief-Driven Fluctuations in the Euro Area; joint with Giancarlo Corsetti, Keith Kuester, and Gernot Mueller; Journal of
Monetary Economics 61, January 2014; earlier version published as IMF Working Paper 13/227 (November 2013).
Sovereign Risk, Fiscal Policy, and Macroeconomic Stability"; joint with Giancarlo Corsetti, Keith Kuester, and Gernot Mueller; Economic Journal
123 (566), February 2013; earlier version published as IMF Working Paper 12/33 (January 2012).
Fiscal Stimulus with Spending Reversals; joint with Giancarlo Corsetti and Gernot Mueller; Review of Economics and Statistics 94 (4),
November 2012; earlier version published as IMF Working Paper 09/106, May 2009.
What Determines Government Spending Multipliers?; joint with Giancarlo Corsetti and Gernot Mueller; Economic Policy 72, October 2012;
earlier version published as IMF Working Paper 12/150 (June 2012).
Up or Down; Finance & Development, March 2011.
Still Minding the Gap: Inflation Dynamics during Episodes of Persistent Large Output Gaps; IMF Working Paper 10/189, August 2010.
Debt Consolidation and Fiscal Stabilization of Deep Recessions; joint with Giancarlo Corsetti, Keith Kuester, and Gernot Mueller; American
Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings 100 (2), May 2010.
Cross-Border Spillovers from Fiscal Stimulus; joint with Giancarlo Corsetti and Gernot Mueller; International Journal of Central Banking 6 (1),
March 2010; earlier version published as CEPR Discussion Paper 7535.
The Three-Hundred-Year Low; joint with Simon Willson; Finance & Development, September 2009.
Panacea, Curse, or Nonevent?; Unconventional Monetary Policy in the
; IMF Working Paper 09/163, August 2009. United Kingdom
What Accounts for the Change in U.S. Fiscal Policy Transmission?; joint with Florin Bilbiie and Gernot Mueller; Journal of Money, Credit
and Banking 40 (7), October 2008; earlier version published as European Central Bank Working Paper 582.
Safe to save less? Assessing the Recent Decline in Turkey's Saving Rate�; IMF Selected Issues Paper 07/364.
Smooth It Like the Joneses? Estimating Peer-Group Effects in Intertemporal Consumption Choice; joint with Juergen Maurer; Economic
Journal, 118 (527), March 2008.
Fleshing out the Monetary Transmission Mechanism: Output Composition and the Role of Financial Frictions; joint with Gernot Mueller;
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 38 (8), December 2006; earlier version published as European Central Bank Working Paper 500.
Do the Joneses Really Matter? Peer-group vs. Correlated Effects in Intertemporal Consumption Choice; joint with Juergen Maurer; Institute
for Fiscal Studies Working Paper 15/2005.
How Big is the Bias in Estimated Impulse Responses? A Horse Race between VAR and Local Projection Methods.
Private Sector Participation in Infrastructure; joint with Gordon Hughes, Zbigniew Kominek and Toshiaki Sakatsume); published as Chapter 4
of the EBRD Transition Report 2004.
2001 - 2005
European University Institute, Florence, Ph.D. in Economics
New York University, Visiting Scholar at the Dept. of Economics
1997 - 2001
University of Bonn, Studies of Economics (Diplom-Volkswirt)
1999 - 2000
University of California at Berkeley, Visiting Student, Ph.D. Program in Economics
Last Update: September 1, 2020