Hylton Hollander

 

Lecturer

Title: Dr
Email: [protected email address]
Phone: +27 21 808 2478
Office: Schumann 519

Research interests:

International spillovers (macro-financial and trade) | Small open economy models | Financial intermediation & financial frictions in macroeconomic models | Monetary theory & policy | Monetary disequilibrium | Liquidity & safe-asset demand | Economic growth

 

Courses lectured:

Current: International Finance 771 & 871 | Previous: Dynamic Economic Theory 871; Mathematical Economics 771 (Tutorials); Economics 144 (Macroeconomics); Honours Macroeconomics (UCT); International Finance (UWC)
 

 

Works-in-progress:

"Monetary Regimes, Money Supply and the US Business Cycle since 1959: Implications for Monetary Policy Today" (with Lars Christensen) (Supplementary Appendix)

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BER Weekly

10 December
Dominating the domestic headlines last week was the news that South Africa exited a technical recession in 2018Q3. While this was widely expected, the pace of GDP growth surprised on the upside. More on this in the domestic section. After the release of some survey data for the fourth quarter (see domestic section for details), a spate of actual activity...

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10 December
Dominating the domestic headlines last week was the news that South Africa exited a technical recession in 2018Q3. While this was widely expected, the pace of GDP growth surprised on the upside. More on this in the domestic section. After the release of some survey data for the fourth quarter (see domestic section for details), a spate of actual activity...

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