Dr Christopher Gibbs

PhD, University of Oregon
Senior Lecturer

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Biographical details

Christopher received his PhD in economics from the University of Oregon in 2013. His primary research field is behavioral macroeconomics and finance. His current work focuses on how boundedly rational agents forecast expected monetary and fiscal policy changes. Prior to joining the University of Sydney, Christopher was a lecturer at UNSW Business School (2013-2018) and he held a visiting position at the Reserve Bank of Australia (2016-2017).

Research interests

  • Macroeconomic Theory, Policy and Applications
  • Monetary Economics
  • Applied Macroeconometrics
  • Behavioural and Experimental Economics
  • International Macroeconomics

Associations

  • Economic Research Advisor, Reserve Bank of Australia
  • Co-organizer Sydney Macro Reading Group

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Gibbs, C. (2018). Learning to believe in secular stagnation. Economics Letters, 163, 50-54. [More Information]
  • Gibbs, C., Kulish, M. (2017). Disinflations in a model of imperfectly anchored expectations. European Economic Review, 100, 157-174. [More Information]
  • Gibbs, C. (2017). Forecast combination, non-linear dynamics, and the macroeconomy. Economic Theory, 63(3), 653-686. [More Information]
  • Cuffe, H., Gibbs, C. (2017). The effect of payday lending restrictions on liquor sales. Journal of Banking & Finance, 85, 132-145. [More Information]

2018

  • Gibbs, C. (2018). Learning to believe in secular stagnation. Economics Letters, 163, 50-54. [More Information]

2017

  • Gibbs, C., Kulish, M. (2017). Disinflations in a model of imperfectly anchored expectations. European Economic Review, 100, 157-174. [More Information]
  • Gibbs, C. (2017). Forecast combination, non-linear dynamics, and the macroeconomy. Economic Theory, 63(3), 653-686. [More Information]
  • Cuffe, H., Gibbs, C. (2017). The effect of payday lending restrictions on liquor sales. Journal of Banking & Finance, 85, 132-145. [More Information]

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