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Guest Lecture: Prof David Fielding - Fiscal Shocks to New Zealand's GDP: Explaining Some Puzzles

Page updated Jul 18, 2011

Event Details

Presentation material from Prof David Fielding's lecture 'Fiscal Shocks to New Zealand's GDP: Explaining Some Puzzles', presented at the Treasury on 2 August 2011.

Biography

David graduated MA and DPhil from Oxford University, and went to Nottingham University as a lecturer in 1993. He was subsequently  a professor at Leicester University, before moving to Otago in 2004.  David's research interests are mainly in the areas of development macroeconomics and quantitative political economy. Current interests include the economics of violent conflict in the Middle East, monetary unions in Sub-Saharan Africa, and the volatility of aid to developing countries.

Further details about his research.