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Anton Korinek#

Korinek

Office Address:
456 Mergenthaler Hall
Department of Economics
Johns Hopkins University
400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
USA

Webpage:
http://www.korinek.com

Date of Birth:
July 6th, 1978

Citizenship:
Austrian (US Permanent Resident)

Academic Positions:

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Johns Hopkins University, 2013 –
  • Faculty Research Fellow, NBER, 2012 –
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Maryland, 2007 – 2013

Education:

  • Ph.D. in Economics (with distinction), Columbia University, 2007
  • Dissertation: Dollar Borrowing in Emerging Markets
  • Committee: Joseph E. Stiglitz (sponsor), Patrick Bolton, Donald Davis, Robert Hodrick, David Weinstein
  • Master in Economics (with distinction), University of Vienna, 2000
  • Thesis: Asymmetries in the European Monetary Transmission Mechanism, Supervisor: Baron Alexandre Lamfalussy
  • Cand. iur. in Law, University of Vienna, 1997

Professional Experience:

  • IMF Research Department, Visiting Scholar (2011), Resident Scholar (2013)
  • INET, Co-chair of Working Group on Macroeconomic Externalities (2012 –)
  • BIS, Visiting Scholar (2012)
  • Bundesbank, Lecturer (2012)
  • Harvard, Visiting Scholar (Spring 2012)
  • World Bank Research Department, Visiting Scholar (2004, 2008/09, 2011 – 2013)
  • CEU, Budapest, Visiting Scholar and Lecturer, (2011)
  • Brooks World Poverty Institute, Manchester, Visiting Scholar, (2007 – 2010)
  • IIES Stockholm, Visiting Scholar (June 2008)
  • Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University, Fellow (2006 – 2007)
  • Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD), Columbia University, Consultant (2002 – 2007)
  • Austrian Central Bank (OeNB), Consultant (2001)
  • Epicon Investment AG, Austria (1998 – 2001) Last Update: 1/1/2014 Anton Korinek, p. 2/6

Honors and Awards:

  • Institute for New Economic Thinking/CIGI Grant (2012 – 2014)
  • IMF Research Fellowship (2013)
  • BIS Research Fellowship (2012)
  • World Bank KCP Research Grant (2011 – 2013)
  • Excellence in Refereeing Award, AER (2012)
  • Networks Financial Institute Award (2011)
  • Banque de France Research Grant (2010)
  • Dean’s Research Initiative, BSOS, University of Maryland (2010)
  • Lamfalussy Fellowship, ECB (2009)
  • Europlace Institute of Finance, Research Grant (2009)
  • Klaus Liebscher Award, Austrian Central Bank (OeNB) (2009)
  • GRB Summer Award and Research Support Award, University of Maryland (2009)
  • Wueller Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, Columbia University (2007)
  • GSAS Graduate and Dissertation Fellowships, Columbia University (2001 – 2007)
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences, Doctoral Fellowship (2004 – 2006)
  • GSAS Summer Fellowship, Columbia University (2004, 2005, 2006)
  • Award for Best Graduate TA in Economics, Columbia University (2005)
  • Vickrey Prize for Best Third Year Paper, Columbia University (2004)
  • Postgraduate Fellowship of the Austrian Ministry of Education (2001 - 2003)
  • Honorary Prize of the Austrian Ministry of Science and Education (2001)
  • Erasmus Grant for Exchange Studies in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium (1999 - 2000)
  • Silver Medal at the 28th International Chemistry Olympiad, Moscow (1996)

Teaching:

  • The Macroeconomics of Imperfect Capital Markets (Ph.D. level), 2008 – 2013
  • Capital Markets and the Macroeconomy (senior level), 2009 – 2013
  • Financial Market Imperfections and Macroeconomics, Bundesbank, October 2012
  • Topics in International Finance (Ph.D. level), CEU, May – June 2011
  • Crisis Reading Group, Organizer, 2008 – 2009
  • Advanced Graduate Workshop on Poverty, Development and Globalization (Ph.D.level), Instructor (2007 – 2010, 2014)

Advising:

  • Current advisees/thesis committees: Jonathan Kreamer (co-chair), Tony Wei Li,
  • David Moreno, Alvaro Pedraza, Ling Zhu (chair)
  • Completed dissertations: 2007: Christian Daude, 2009: Juliana Araujo, Ha Nguyen
  • (co-chair), Zhikun Qi, 2010: David Givens, Jeta Menkulasi, Zhaogang Qiao (cochair),
  • 2011: Javier Bianchi, Rong Qian, Takuji Komatsuzaki (co-chair), 2012:
  • Armando Armenta, Julien Bengui (co-chair), Pablo Federico, Salih Fendoglu,
  • Hyunsoo Joo, Yasin Mimir, Belen Maria Sbrancia, Masahiro Yamada, 2013:Rocio Gondo Mori (chair), Orhan Torul, Elif Ture (co-chair), Igor Zuccardi Last Update: 1/1/2014 Anton Korinek, p. 3/6

Publications#


  • “Capital Flows, Crises, and Externalities,” Chapter 5 in Allen, Franklin et al., The Global Macro Economy and Finance: Proceedings of the 16th IEA World Congress, Volume III, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
  • “The New Economics of Prudential Capital Controls: A Research Agenda,” IMF Economic Review 59(3), pp. 523-561, August 2011.
  • “Hot Money and Serial Financial Crises,” IMF Economic Review 59(2), pp. 306-339, June 2011.
  • “Foreign Currency Debt, Risk Premia and Macroeconomic Volatility,” European Economic Review 55, pp. 371-385, April 2011.
  • “Excessive Volatility in Capital Flows: A Pigouvian Taxation Approach,” with Olivier Jeanne, American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings 100(2), pp.403-407, May 2010.
  • “Decoupling and Contagion,” with Agustin Roitman and Carlos Vegh, American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings 100(2), pp. 393-397, May 2010.
  • “Dividend Taxation and Intertemporal Tax Arbitrage,” with Joseph E. Stiglitz, Journal of Public Economics, 93(1-2), pp. 142 - 159, Feb. 2009. Also NBER Working Paper No. 13858.
  • “An Econometric Method of Correcting for Unit Nonresponse Bias in Surveys,” with Johan Mistiaen and Martin Ravallion,Journal of Econometrics, 136(1), pp. 213 -235, Jan. 2007. Also World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 3711.
  • “Survey Nonresponse and the Distribution of Income,” with Johan Mistiaen and Martin Ravallion, Journal of Economic Inequality, Vol 4(1), pp. 33 - 55, April 2006. Also World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 3543.
  • “The Potential Consequences of Alternative Exchange Rate Regimes: A Study ofThree Candidate Regions,” with Eduard Hochreiter and Pierre L. Siklos, International Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 8(4), pp. 327 - 349, 2003.

Further activities:

  • Large Number of Non Academic publications
  • Number of working papers
  • Many Seminars, Conference Presentations and Discussions
  • Refereeing for numerous journals
  • Obtained two major grant and organized a number of conferences and workshops
  • Involved in a number of College Level Services
  • Member of in Academic Associations: American Economic Association, Econometric Society, Euro Area Business Cycle Network, European Economic Association, Society for Economic Dynamics
  • For more information see the Webpage and the full CV attached to it (above is taken from the CV)