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Erwan QUINTIN

Visiting Professor

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Biography

Erwan Quintin joined the faculty of the Wisconsin School of Business in January 2010 as an associate professor in its Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics.

He came to Wisconsin from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, where he had worked as a senior economist and policy advisor since 2000.

He has published academic research in financial economics and macroeconomics in the leading field journals such as the Journal of Monetary Economics. His recent research focuses on the optimal design of mortgage contracts.

Quintin earned his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota.

Scientific articles

Efficient contract enforcement

Economic Theory, January 2014, vol. 55, n° 1,

On existence in equilibrium models with endogenous default

Journal of Mathematical Economics, October 2013, vol. 49, n° 5,

Financial crises and labor market turbulence

Journal of Monetary Economics, September-November 2011, vol. 56, n° 6-8,

Contract enforcement and the size of the informal economy

Economic Theory, December 2008, vol. 37, n° 3,

Scientific articles

Efficient contract enforcement

Economic Theory, January 2014, vol. 55, n° 1,

On existence in equilibrium models with endogenous default

Journal of Mathematical Economics, October 2013, vol. 49, n° 5,

Financial crises and labor market turbulence

Journal of Monetary Economics, September-November 2011, vol. 56, n° 6-8,

Contract enforcement and the size of the informal economy

Economic Theory, December 2008, vol. 37, n° 3,

Education

  • Ph.D. in Economics, University of Minnesota - USA
  • Master of Business Administration, Case Western Reserve University - USA

Academic appointments

Academic responsabilities at HEC

  • 2011 Visiting Professor HEC Paris

External Academic Responsabilities

  • 2010 Assistant Professor, School of Business University of Wisconsin-Madison

Scientific Activities

Editorial activities

  • Referee for Annals of Finance, Theoretical Economics, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control , Journal of Labor Economics, Economica, European Economic Review, Review of Financial S tudies, Journal of Development Economics, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Inte r national Economics, International Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Theory, Review of Economic Dynamics, American Economic Review, Journal of Applied Econo mics, National Science Foundation, Berkeley Journals, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Macroeconomics, Economic Theory, AEJ Macro, Industrial
  • 2009- Associate editor, Economic Theory