Carnegie Mellon University

Nathan Foley-Fisher

Nathan Foley-Fisher

Adjunct Professor of Economics

  • TEP - tepper Building - Remote
  • 202-452-2350
Address
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Education

  • London School of Economics (Economics) - Ph D - 2011
  • London School of Economics (Economics) (with Distinction) - MRes - 2007
  • London School of Economics (Econometrics and Mathematical Economics) (First Class Hons.) - BSc - 2004

Publications

  • Self-fulfilling Runs: Evidence from the US Life Insurance Industry

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher, Borghan Narajabad, Stephane Verani)
    Forthcoming in Journal of Political Economy

  • Over-the-Counter Market Liquidity and Securities Lending

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher, Stefan Gissler, Stephane Verani)
    Review of Economic Dynamics 30, 2019; 272-294

  • The Impact of Unconventional Monetary Policy on Firm Financing Constraints: Evidence from the Maturity Extension Program

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher, Rodney Ramcharan and Edison Yu)
    Journal of Financial Economics 122(2), 2016; 409-429

  • Sovereign Debt Guarantees and Default: Lessons from the UK and Ireland, 1920-1938

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher, Eoin McLaughlin)
    European Economic Review 87, 2016; 272-286

  • Capitalising on the Irish Land Question: Land Reform and State Banking in Ireland, 1891-1938

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher, Eoin McLaughlin)
    Financial History Review 23(1), 2016; 71-109

  • US Real Interest Rates and Default Risk in Emerging Economies

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher, Bernardo Guimaraes)
    Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 45(5), 2013; 967-975

Working Papers

  • Securities Lending as Wholesale Funding: Evidence from the US Life Insurance Industry

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher, Borghan Narajabad, Stephane Verani)

  • Who Limits Arbitrage?

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher, Borghan Narajabad, Stephane Verani)

  • The Timing of Sovereign Default Over Electoral Cycles

    (author(s): Nathan Foley-Fisher)

Awards and Honors

  • ESRC Scholarship (2005-09)
  • Abbey/Santander Travel Research Grant (2007/08)
  • RIEF IX Doctoral Meeting Award for best paper in International Finance (2009)