Michael joined economics at Glasgow as a researcher in July 2012. He previously taught undergraduate economics at Wadham College and Somerville College, University of Oxford. Michael received his doctorate from Cardiff University in 2011 and was an intern at the Bank of England and the Office for National Statistics during his PhD studies.
Personal webpage: http://www.michael-hatcher.co.uk/
Areas of expertise:
- Monetary policy
- Asset pricing
- Debt policy
- Overlapping generations models
- New Keynesian models
Economic and Social Research Council, "Should central banks adopt price-level targeting? "Quantifying the long-term impact on social welfare, Postdoctoral Fellowship PTA -026-27-2964, £150,289.
Postgraduate: International Macroeconomics and Policy (MSc), International Finance and Money (MSc).
Work in progress
Hatcher, M. 2011. Time-varying volatility, precautionary saving and monetary policy. Bank of England Working Paper 440.
Work-in-progress from my ESRC postdoctoral fellowship will be uploaded in due course to my grant webpage and my personal webpage.