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Email: marcus dot miller at warwick dot ac dot uk
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Office Hours: Friday 2-4pm, Room: S1.113.
Research Associate of ESRC Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy at the University of Warwick.
Current research topics involve:
- Endogenous financial crises
- Sovereign debt restructuring
- Fiscal consolidation in Europe
- Imprisonment as worker-discipline in Stalin’s Russia
Topic pursued during tenure of a Houblon Norman Fellowship at the Bank of England, October - December 2013 included "Macro coordination: Forward Guidance as 'cheap talk'” and "Macroeconomics after the crisis – hedgehog or fox?"
Recent Co-authored CAGE Working Papers include:
- "In the shadow of the Gulag: worker discipline under Starlin", No.218/2015
- "Fiscal consolidation: Dr Pangloss meets Mr Keynes", No. 159/2013
- "Eurozone Sovereign Debt Restructuring: promising legal prospects?", No. 144/2013
- "The Invisible Hand and the Banking Trade: Seigniorage, Risk-shifting and More", No. 135/2013
- "Whither Capitalism? Financial Externalities and Crisis Book", No. 79/2012
- "Prudent Banks and Creative Mimics: Can we tell the difference?", No. 76/2012
- "Borrowing from thy neighbour: a European perspective on sovereign debt", No. 73/2012