Professor Richard Dennis
- Professor in Economics (Economics)
Richard Dennis gained his PhD from the Australian National University in 2001. Prior to joining the University of Glasgow, he has worked for the Australian National University and for the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He currently serves as associate editor for the European Economic Review.
Richard is a member of the Macroeconomics research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Monetary policy
- Business cycles
- Quantitative theory
- Model uncertainty
Principle investigator for “Time-consistent macroeconomic policy in nonlinear models” Australian research Council DP130104051, 2013-2015, A$156,000 (Relinquished upon moving to United Kingdom).
Macroeconomic Theory, Monetary Policy.
- Montenegro Calvimonte, Marcos Gaspar
Diagnostic Expectations in DSGE models
Undergraduate: Economics 1B (undergraduate), and Macroeconomic Theory (graduate).
Professor Dennis is co-director of the Macroeconomic Policy Frameworks Program at the Center for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis and serves as associate editor for the European Economic Review.