ACADEMIC AREA Global Economies and Markets AREAS OF EXPERTISE Macroeconomics, International Finance, Finance, Applied Econometrics BiographyPublicationsCoursesCases & Teaching Materials Education: B.A., Vassar College; Ph.D., Yale UniversityKieran James Walsh is an assistant professor in the Global Economies and Markets area. In 2014, he received his Ph.D. in economics from Yale University. Prior to graduate school he served as an assistant economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. His research focuses on the link between macroeconomics and finance, and he has written international macroeconomics teaching materials on Switzerland, Mexico, emerging market growth, exchange rates, and cross-border macroeconomic fragilities."Uniqueness and Stability of Equilibrium in Economies with Two Goods" (2018) with J. Geanakoplos, Journal of Economic Theory, 174, 261-272. Cowles Foundation Discussion Paper 2050. "Inefficient Liquidity Provision" (2017) with J. Geanakoplos, Economic Theory. Cowles Foundation Discussion Paper 2077."Fat Tails and Spurious Estimation of Consumption-Based Asset Pricing Models" (2017) with A.A. Toda, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 32, 6, 1156-1177."Edgeworth Box Economies with Multiple Equilibria" (2017) with A.A. Toda, Economic Theory Bulletin, 5, 65-80."The Double Power Law in Consumption and Implications for Testing Euler Equations" (2015) with A.A. Toda, Journal of Political Economy, 123, 5. 1177-1200."Policy Analysis Using DSGE Models: An Introduction" (2010) with A.M. Sbordone, A. Tambalotti, and K. Rao,Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic Policy Review.MBA CoursesFirst Year Global Economies and Markets"Swatch Group and Francogeddon," draft Darden case."Longer-Term Exchange Rate Anchors," draft Darden technical note."Growth Theory," draft Darden technical note."Identifying the Next High Growth Economies," with Anthony Roberts, draft Darden technical note."Fragilities in the Global Economy," draft Darden technical note."Mexico, Walls or Doors?" draft Darden case."Fragilities and Growth Prospects in the Global Economy," draft Darden technical note.