Robert E. Cumby
Robert E. Cumby, Ph.D
Robert E. Cumby is Professor of Economics in the School of Foreign Service
of Georgetown University. He received his BA in economics from the
Professor Cumby's primary research interests are in international finance, macroeconomics, and applied econometrics. He has served as and associate editor and co-editor of the Journal of International Economics and is a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Optimal Money and Debt Management: Liquidity Provision v. Tax Smoothing, November 2014, (M. Canzoneri and with B. Diba). Appendix
Should Central Banks Pay Competitive Interest on Reserves?, September 2014, (with M. Canzoneri and B. Diba). Appendix
Monetary Policy and the Natural Rate of Interest, Journal of Money Credit and Banking, forthcoming (with M. Canzoneri and B. Diba).
Key Currency Status: An Exorbitant Privelege and an Extraordinary Risk, Journal of International Money and Finance, October 2013, pp. 371-393. (with M. Canzoneri, B. Diba, and D. Lopez-Salido).
The Role of Liquid Government Bonds in the Great Transformation of American Monetary Policy, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, March 2011. (with M. Canzoneri, B. Diba, and D. Lopez-Salido).
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