Michael Ellis received a Ph.D. in Economics from Texas A&M University. He focuses his teaching efforts on macroeconomics and monetary economics. His early research focused primarily on the international aspects of macroeconomic policy, including exchange rate based inflation stabilization policies and fiscal policies in externally indebted countries. His recent research examines how monetary policy committees make monetary policy decisions.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
“Do FOMC Forecasts Add Value to Staff Forecasts?” Forthcoming in European Journal of Political Economy, with Dandan Liu.
“Consensus on the FOMC: An Analysis of End of Tenure Policy Preferences.” Economics Letters 117, October, 2012, 368-71, with Eric Johnson and Diana Kotenko.
"Consensus and Tenure on the Federal Reserve Board." With Eric Johnson
""Are FOMC Forecasts a Source of Monetary Policy Shocks?" With Dandan Liu