Macroeconomics; Monetary and International Economics
- “Commitment, Banks and Markets” (with Suraj Prasad). 2008. Journal of Monetary Economics 55(2): 265-277.
- “Banks and Markets in a Monetary Economy” (with Enrique Kawamura). 2008. Journal of Monetary Economics 55(2): 321-334.
- “Monetary Policy as Equilibrium Selection” (with Costas Azariadis and James Bullard). 2007. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review 89(4): 331-342.
- “Dollarization, Financial Intermediation and Real Activity: The Inflation Threshold” (with Claudia Landeo and Maxim Nikitin). 2007. Canadian Journal of Economics 40(2): 628-649.
- “Inflation and Establishment Turnover” (with David Kaplan). 2007. Eastern Economic Journal 33(3): 317-341.
Professor Antinolfi received a Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1997. He was a Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis during the fall of 2000 and the spring of 2001. His research examines issues in macro, monetary, and international economics. Recent papers analyze the role of a central bank as a lender of last resort, the equilibrium financial structure of the economy, dollarization, and external crises. His teaching is in macroeconomic theory and open economy macroeconomics. He has published articles in professional journals such as Economic Theory and the Journal of Economic Theory.