Julien Acalin

Julien Acalin

PhD Candidate 2022-2023

Curriculum Vitae
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"The Global Financial Cycle Meets Global Imbalances" (Job Market Paper)

"Did the U.S. Really Grow Its Way Out of Its WWII Debt?" with Laurence Ball

"Welfare Implications of Debt and Transfers in a Low Safe Rate Environment"

"Global Business and Financial Cycles: A Tale of Two Capital Account Regimes" with Alessandro Rebucci, Seoul Journal of Economics, 2020.

Professional Experience:

Peterson Institute for International Economics, Research Assistant to Prof. Olivier Blanchard, 2015-2017

International Monetary Fund, Fund Internship Program, Summer 2015

Other Activity:

Founding organizer of Macro-Finance Brownbag Seminar at JHU

Presentations: Warsaw Money-Macro-Finance Conference, University of Naples Federico II, Midwest Macro Meetings, World Finance & Banking Symposium, European Commission, OECD, International Monetary Fund

Workshops: Macro-Finance Society Summer School, Princeton Initiative - Macro, Money, and Finance


Elements of Macroeconomics, Fall 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and Summer 2020, Head TA
Macroeconomic Theory (Graduate - PhD), Spring 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, TA
Macroeconomic Theory (Undergraduate), Fall 2022, TA
Seminar in Financial Literacy, Intersession 2021, 2022, Instructor


Professor Olivier Jeanne - ojeanne@jhu.edu
Professor Laurence Ball - lball@jhu.edu
Professor Alessandro Rebucci - arebucci@jhu.edu

Main Advisor: Olivier Jeanne

Thesis Title: "Essays in International Finance and Macroeconomics" (Download Abstract)

Fields: International Finance, Macroeconomics