Assistant Professor Martin Wolf

The research interests of Martin Wolf lie at the intersection of international macroeconomic, monetary economics and economic growth.

In his research, Martin has explored the effects of financial globalization on global growth, the policy implications of secular stagnation, the challenges for monetary policy imposed by large amounts of private and public debt, and the implications of break-up risk for the euro area, among others. See Martin Wolf’s private website for an overview of his research and teaching activities.