Nancy Peregrim Marion
George J. Records 1956 Professor of Economics
I have written and published on a variety of topics in international macroeconomics, including financial crises in emerging markets, international reserve holdings in East Asia, international risk sharing, and policy volatility in developing countries. I teach courses in international finance and open-economy macroeconomics and have been a Visiting Scholar at the International Monetary Fund on numerous occasions.
- B.A. Oberlin College
- M.P.A. Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University
- Ph.D. Princeton University
"A Perspective on Predicting Currency Crises" with Robert P. Flood and Juan Yepez, 2013.
“International Risk Sharing During the Globalization Era,” with R. Flood and A. Matsumoto, Canadian Journal of Economics 45(2), 394-416, 2012.
“Using Inflation to Erode the U.S. Public Debt,” with J. Aizenman, Journal of Macroeconomics 33(4), 524-541, 2011.
“Getting Shut Out of the International Capital Markets: It Doesn’t Take Much” with R. Flood, Review of International Economics , 17:5 (2009) 879-889.
Works In Progress
“A Perspective on Predicting Currency Crises,” with R. Flood and J. Yepez, in Financial Globalization , G. Caprio (ed.), Elsevier (forthcoming 2013).