Matthew Rognlie

Matthew Rognlie is currently an assistant professor in the economics department at Northwestern University. He received his PhD from MIT in 2016, and spent a year as a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton in 2016-17. He specializes in macroeconomics and international economics. His primary research topics include monetary policy, income distribution, and macroeconomic models with heterogeneous agents, and much of his recent work focuses on the intersection of these areas.

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Inequality and Aggregate Demand

Paper Conference paper | | Dec 2017

We explore the transmission mechanism of income inequality to output.

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Is Slow Growth the “New Normal”?

If So, What Are the Policy Solutions?

Event Conference | Hosted by Secular Stagnation | Dec 15, 2017

Distinguished Scholars Including Larry Summers and Adair Turner Present Evidence of the Trend and Policy Solutions