Lawrence Christiano is the Alfred W. Chase Chair in Business Institutions and a Professor of Economics at Northwestern University. Professor Christiano has a B.A. in History and Economics from the University of Minnesota, M.A. in Economics from the University of Minnesota, M.Sc. in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics, and Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University.
He researches how government’s monetary and fiscal instruments ought to respond to shocks over the business cycle. Generally, he writes on macroeconomics and applied time series analysis.
Christiano, Lawrence, and Daisuke Ikeda. Government Policy, Credit Markets and Economic Activity. No. w17142. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
Christiano, Lawrence J., Christopher Gust, and Jorge Roldos. “Monetary Policy in a Financial Crisis.” Journal of Economic Theory 119.1 (2004): 64-103
Christiano, Lawrence J., and Jonas DM Fisher. Stock Market and Investment Goods Prices: Implications for Macroeconomics. No. w10031. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2003