Markus K. Brunnermeier

Edwards S. Sanford Professor
Princeton University

Markus K. Brunnermeier is the Edwards S. Sanford Professor at Princeton University. He is a faculty member of the Department of Economics and affiliated with Princeton's Bendheim Center for Finance and the International Economics Section. He is the director of Princeton’s Julis Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance.  He is also a research associate at CEPR, NBER, and CESifo, and a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He was awarded his Ph.D. by the London School of Economics (LSE), where he was also affiliated with its Financial Markets Group.

His research focuses on financial markets and the macroeconomy with special emphasis on bubbles, liquidity, financial stability and its implication for financial regulation and monetary policy. His models incorporate frictions as well as behavioral elements. He is a Sloan Research Fellow, Fellow of the Econometric Society and the recipient of the Bernácer Prize granted for outstanding contributions in the fields of macroeconomics and finance. He recently received a Guggenheim Fellowship for studying the impact of financial frictions on the macroeconomy. He is also an associated editor of the American Economic Review, Journal of European Economic Association, Journal of Finance and was previously on the editorial board of the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial Intermediation.

 

My Additional Content

Presentation given at the Conference @ King's, April 8th-11th, 2010.

My Video Content

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The Inaugural Conference @ King's, Institute for New Economic Thinking, Session 2 Q&A: Has the Efficient Market Hypothesis Led to the Crisis? Collapsed with The Crisis?

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The Inaugural Conference @ King's, Institute for New Economic Thinking, Session 2: Has the Efficient Market Hypothesis Led to the Crisis? Collapsed with The Crisis?

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Princeton Professor Markus Brunnermeier gives some advice to young economists: be curious, break out of existing paradigms, and think about the long run: in ten years or more, what will be the big economic questions? Interviewed by Peter Leyden at King's College, April 2010.

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Markus Brunnermeier, Edwards S. Sanford Professor, Princeton University at the panel entitled "The Future of Europe" at the Institute for New Economic Thinking's (INET) Paradigm Lost Conference in Berlin. April 13, 2012. #inetberlin

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Discussion and Q&A at the panel entitled "The Future of Europe" at the Institute for New Economic Thinking's (INET) Paradigm Lost Conference in Berlin. April 13, 2012. #inetberlin