PANEL 2 - Speaker

Max Gillman is F. A. Hayek Professor of Economic History at the University of Missouri – St. Louis. His research includes monetary economics, macroeconomics, public finance, asset pricing, and development. Current research is the modelling the asset pricing of real short term Treasury interest fit to historical data, a real business cycle model using human capital investment and endogenous growth, significant effect of money and inflation on oil prices using SVAR evidence, and the study of inflation, money, and banking policy in historical overview.

Gillman serves as Associate Editor of Economic Modelling. Previously he was Professor of Economics at Cardiff Business School and Central European University; visiting scholar at the Bank of Finland and New York University; visiting professor/researcher at Central European University, University of Chicago, Loughborough University, Monash University, University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, Federal Reserve Banks of St. Louis, Atlanta and Minneapolis.

His books include authoring Inflation Theory in Economics (Routledge 2009), Advanced Modern Macroeconomics: Analysis and Application (Pearson 2011), Principles of Macroeconomics: An Evolutionary Approach (Kendall Hunt 2017), and The Spectre of Price Inflation (Columbia University Press, 2022, forthcoming October); he is editor of: Robert E. Lucas, Jr., Collected Papers on Monetary Theory (Harvard University Press, 2013).

His research is published in: Journal of Monetary Economics, Review of Finance, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Economic Journal, Journal of Human Capital, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Review of Economic Dynamics, Journal of International Money and Finance, Economica, Economic Inquiry, Economic Modelling, Journal of Economic Methodology, International Tax and Public Finance, Journal of Macroeconomics, B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, Journal of Economic Surveys, The Economics of Transition, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Empirical Economics, Economic Affairs, Bulletin of Economic Research, Contemporary Economic Policy, The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Manchester School.