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Kimberly Berg

Associate Professor

Economics


Profile

Academic Background

  • Ph.D., Economics, University of Notre Dame
  • M.A., Economics, University of Notre Dame
  • B.S., Mathematics and Economics, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Miami University (2022 - Present)
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Miami University (2016 - 2022)
  • Senior Analyst, International Economic Analysis Department, Bank of Canada (2014 - 2016)

Recent Publications

  • "Demographics and Monetary Policy Shocks" (with C. Curtis, S. Lugauer, and N. Mark), Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, (September 2021), 53, 1229-1266.
  • "Asymmetric effects of sectoral shifts under low and high uncertainty" (with N. Vu), Economic Inquiry, (March 2021), 59, 1149-1171.
  • "International spillovers of U.S. financial volatility," (with N. Vu), Journal of International Money and Finance, (October 2019), 97, 19-34.
  • "Where's the Risk? The Forward Premium Bias, the Carry-Trade Premium, and Risk-Reversals in General Equilibrium," (with N. Mark), Journal of International Money and Finance, (July 2019), 95, 297-316.
  • "Measures of global uncertainty and carry-trade excess returns," (with N. Mark), Journal of International Money and Finance, (November 2018), 88, 212-227.
  • "Global macro risks in currency excess returns," (with N. Mark), Journal of Empirical Finance, (January 2018), 45, 300-315.
  • "Third-country effects on the exchange rate," (with N. Mark), Journal of International Economics, (July 2015), 96, 227-243.

Biography

Kimberly Berg is an Associate Professor of Economics at Miami University. She received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Notre Dame. Her research interests lie in the fields of macroeconomics, international macroeconomics, and international finance.

Courses

  • FALL 2022
  • ECO 317 C MW 11:40-1:00, FSB 0005
  • ECO 442 B TR 1:15-2:35, FSB 1014
Kimberly Berg

Contact Information

Office Hours

  • M 1:15-4:15

Links

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