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Andrew Hughes-Hallett
Andrew Hughes-Hallett
Professor
 
Room: S2
University of St Andrews,
School of Economics and Finance,
St. Andrews, Fife, KY16 9AR,
Scotland, U.K.
Office Hours Friday 11-1pm
Tel: 2425
Email: ahh1st-andrews.ac.uk

About

Andrew Hughes-Hallett studied at the University of Warwick, the London School of Economics and Nuffield College Oxford. He has held academic posts at Bristol, Erasmus, Newcastle, Strathclyde and Vanderbilt before coming to St.Andrews. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and of the Royal Society of Arts, was a Fulbright Scholar (1992-4), is a Council member of the Scottish Economic Society and Anglo German Forum (1995-2000) and is a CEPR Research Fellow.


Research Interests

Open Economy Macroeconomics, European Integration.


Teaching


Selected Publications

208 refereed papers of which top ten papers (by AEA/AMS citations) are:

  • "The Impact of Exchange Rate Variability on Investment", Economic Journal, 1999, Vol. 109, pp. c55-67.
  • "East Germany, West Germany and their Mezzogiorno Problem", Economic Journal, 1993, 103, 416-28..
  • "Adjustment Mechanisms in a Monetary Union between Asymmetric and Incompletely Converged Economies", European Economic Review, 1994, 38, 1731-1761.
  • "International Policy Coordination when Policy Markets do not Agree on the True Model", American Economic Review, 1992, Vol. 82, pp. 1043-51.
  • "Target Zones and International Policy Coordination: the Contrast between the Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Success", European Economic Review 1992, Vol. 36, pp. 893-914.
  • "The Transmission of the Great Depression between the United States, Britain, France and Germany", European Economic Review, 1992, Vol. 36, 685-694.
  • "Economic Conflict and the Solution of Dynamic Games", European Economic Review, 1984, Vol. 26, pp. 13-32.
  • "The Determination of Implicit Preferences: Two Possible Approaches Compared", European Economic Review, 1982, Vol. 18, pp. 267-289.
  • "The Convergence of Accelerated Overrelaxation Iterations", Mathematics of Computation, 1986, Vol. 47, pp. 219-223.
  • "Techniques which Accelerate First Order Iterations Automatically, Linear Algebra and Applications", 1985, Vol. 68, pp. 115-130.


 
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