Anil K Kashyap
Anil Kashyap’s research focuses on banking, business cycles, corporate finance, price setting, and monetary policy. His research has won him numerous awards, including the Order of the Rising Sun 3rd class Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon from the Government of Japan, as well as a Sloan Research Fellowship, the Nikkei Prize for Excellent Books in Economic Sciences, and a Senior Houblon-Norman Fellowship from the Bank of England.
Prior to joining the Chicago Booth faculty in 1991, Kashyap spent three years as an economist for the Board of Governors for the Federal Reserve System. He currently works as a consultant for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and as a Research Associate for the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research. He is a member of the Squam Lake Group and serves on the International Monetary Fund’s Advisory Group on the development of a macro-prudential policy framework. Since 2016 he has been an external member of the Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee.
Kashyap is a member of both the American Economic Association (AEA) and American Finance Association, and is on the faculty oversight Board of the Chicago Booth’s Initiative on Global Markets and a co-founder of the US Monetary Policy Forum.
He regularly speaks on financial crises, Japan, the global economy, and the direction of economic policy.
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"What is swing pricing?", with David Kohn and David Wessel, Brookings, August 2021.
"Task Force on Financial Stability", with Glenn Hubbard, Donald Kohn, Laurie Goodman, Kathryn Judge, Ralph Koijen, Blythe Masters, Sandie O'Connor and Kara Stein, June 2021.
"Price Discrimination and Mortgage Choice", with Jamie Coen and May Rostom, Bank of England working paper 926, June 2021.
"What happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas," Monetary Authority of Singapore and Bank for International Settlement Conference on "Macro-financial Stability Policy in a Globalised World: Lessons from International Experience," 26 May 2021, Keynote Speech.
"Financial Stability Considerations and Monetary Policy" with Caspar Siegert, International Journal of Central Banking, Special Issue: Federal Reserve System Conference on Monetary Policy - Strategy, Tools, and Communication Practices, 2020, vol 16(1), pp.231-266.
"The Benchmark Inclusion Subsidy" with Natalia Kovrijnykh, Jane Li, and Anna Pavlova, Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming.
"My Reflections on the FPC's Strategy", Journal of Money Credit and Banking, 2020, vol 52 (S1) October 2020, pp. 63-75.
"Optimal Bank Regulation In the Presence of Credit and Run-Risk" with Dimitrios Tsomocos and Alexndros Vardoulakis, National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper 26689, January 2020. (Revision requested Journal of Political Economy).
"The Great Disconnect: The Decoupling of Wage and Price Inflation in Japan" with Takeo Hoshi, in Takeo Hoshi and Philip Lipscy eds. The Political Economy of the Abe Government and Abenomics Reforms, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
"Is There Too Much Benchmarking in Asset Management?" with Natalia Kovrijnykh, Jane Li, and Anna Pavlova, October 2020.
"Monetary Policy in the Next Recession?" (with Stephen G. Cecchetii, Michael E. Feroli, Catherine L. Mann, and Kermit Schoenholtz) September 2020, CEPR Discussion Paper 5638-160277935.
"Why better measurement is needed to deliver financial stability" with Benjamin King, Vox, 28 October 2019.
June 2019 FPC Reappointment Testimony before the Treasure Select Committee
"Some Principles for Regulating Cyber Risk" with Anne Wetherilt, American Economic Association Papers and Proceedings, 109: 482-487, 2019.
"Would macroprudential regulation have prevented the last crisis?" with David Aikman, Jonathan Bridges, and Caspar Siegert, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 33 (1): 107-30, Winter 2019.
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