Martin Boileau is a professor whose research interests are in macroeconomics, international finance, and corporate finance. The main focus of his research is the extension and evaluation of dynamic and stochastic models of economic behavior. In particular, the models are tested for their abilities to explain the persistence of business cycle fluctuations, the different asset pricing puzzles, the behavior of the current account and interest differentials, and the behavior of firm investment and cash policies.
International Macroeconomics, Dynamic Corporate Finance
ECON 4423 - International Finance
Fall 2019 / Fall 2020 / Fall 2021
Covers balance of payments; foreign exchange market, income, trade, and capital flows; asset markets adjustment mechanisms; stabilization policies in an open economy; and problems of international monetary systems.
ECON 7020 - Macroeconomic Theory 1
Fall 2018 / Fall 2019 / Fall 2020 / Fall 2021
Discusses behavior of consumption, investment, employment, production, and interest rates in the context of dynamic optimization models. Also considers government, economic growth, and business cycles. Instructor consent required.