Filippo Occhino is a senior research economist in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. His primary areas of interest are macroeconomics and financial stability. His recent research has focused on macroprudential policy, financial crises, and macroeconomic effects of financial distortions.
Before joining the Bank in 2008, Dr. Occhino was an assistant professor of economics at Rutgers University.
Born in Como, Italy, Dr. Occhino earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Bocconi University of Milan, and a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago.
“The 2012 Eurozone Crisis and the ECB’s OMT Program: A Debt–Overhang Banking and Sovereign Crisis Interpretation.” European Economic Review, 2017, 100 (November): 337–363.
“Debt Overhang in a Business Cycle Model.” With Andrea Pescatori. European Economic Review, 2015, 73 (January): 58–84.
“How Much Can a Victor Force the Vanquished to Pay? France under the Nazi Boot.” With Kim Oosterlinck and Eugene White. Journal of Economic History, 2008, 68(1): 1–45.
“Modeling the Response of Money and Interest Rates to Monetary Policy Shocks: A Segmented Markets Approach.” Review of Economic Dynamics, 2004, 7(1): 181–197.