Eric R. Young is a senior research economist in the Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. He is also a full professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Virginia, from which he is on leave. His research interests are the macroeconomics of inequality, consumer finance, and computational economics.
Dr. Young has a PhD and an MS in economics from Carnegie Mellon University, an MA in economics from Southern Methodist University, and a BA in economics and politics from Washington and Lee University.
“Capital Controls and Monetary Policy in Sudden-Stop Economies.” With Michael B. Devereux, Changhua Yu. Journal of Monetary Economics, 2019. 103:52–74.
“Bankruptcy and Delinquency in a Model of Unsecured Debt.” With Kartik Athreya, Juan M. Sanchez, Xuan S. Tam. International Economic Review, 2018. 59(2):593–623.
“Rational Inattention and Dynamics of Consumption and Wealth in General Equilibrium.” With Yulei Luo, Jun Nie, Gaowang Wang. Journal of Economic Theory, 2017. 172:55–87.
“Capital Controls or Exchange Rate Policy? A Pecuniary Externality Perspective.” With Gianluca Benigno, Huigang Chen, Christopher Otrok, Alessandro Rebucci. Journal of Monetary Economics, 2016. 84:147–165.