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Prior to joining Laurier, Edda Claus was a Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne's Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. She was a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Finance at Trinity College, Dublin, and a visiting PhD Scholar at Cambridge University (UK). She has also worked as an Economist with the Australian Commonwealth Treasury and the Canadian Department of Finance. Claus is a Research Associate at the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (Australian National University), a Research Fellow at the Centre for Monetary and Financial Economics (Carleton University) and an Associate Editor with the Journal of Economic Surveys.
Academic Background: BA in Economics (McGill University), Maîtrise ès Sciences in Economics (Université de Montréal), PhD in Economics (Australian National University).
Applied macroeconomics, specifically using household surveys to model behaviour of heterogeneous consumers; monetary economics with particular focus on the effect of monetary policy shocks on asset prices; and indexes of activity.
I am willing to supervise major research papers (MRPs) in applied macro, macro finance, behavioural macro and in forecasting.
"Biased Expectations," European Economic Review 154 (2023), pp. 104424 (with V.H. Nguyen)
"Monetary Policy Shocks from the Consumer Perspective," Journal of Monetary Economics 114 (2020), pp. 159-173 (with V.H. Nguyen)
"Asset market responses to conventional and unconventional monetary policy shocks in the United States," Journal of Banking and Finance 97 (2018), pp. 270-282 (with I. Claus and L. Krippner)