Mathew B. Bradbury Ph.D

Mathew Bradbury Ph.D. Economics, University of Utah 2008.
City University of New York

Curriculum Vitae

  History of Economic Thought

Research: Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, Political Economy, Soverign Debt Risk/Sustainability.

  International Political Economy
  History of Economic Thought
  Business Economics
  Money & Banking
  Corporate Finance


Mathew Bradbury. (2013). "Calculating the Output Gap: Argentina, 2003-2011, Quarterly Estimates." Working Paper

Mathew Bradbury. (2012)."Overheating in Argentina: Inflaiton, Monetary Policy and Growth Sustainability." Working Paper.

Mathew Bradbury. (2009)"Intra-regional Financial Flows in Latin America: How Can Regional Financial Institutions Help?" (in progress)

Mathew Bradbury. (2008). Reserve Accumulation and External Imbalances: Impetus and Implications Working Paper.

Mathew Bradbury and Matias Vernengo. (2008). Limits to Dollarization in Ecuador: Lessons From Argentina.Journal of World Systems Research. Spring 2011, Vol 17 Issue 2, p447-462.

Book Reviews

Monetary Integration And Dollarization. Ed. Matias Vernengo. Edward Elgar Press. 2006. Review of Radical Political Economics. Vol. 44, pp406-409. 2012

Capitalism Unleashed. Andrew Glyn. First Published: Review of Radical Political Economics 2008;40:257. Febuary 11, 2008. More recent puplication June 1, 2008

Essays From a Time of Crises. Stanley Fisher. First Published: Review of Political Economy, April 2009. Vol 21 (2) pp 324-326