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NORA TRAUM Curriculum Vitae September 2017

Contact Information Department of Economics College of Management North Carolina State University Nelson Hall 4108, Campus Box 8110 Raleigh, NC 27695

Office: (919) 513-2869 Fax: (919) 515-7873 Email: [email protected]

Current Appointment Associate Professor of Economics, North Carolina State University, 2016-present

Education Ph.D. Economics – Indiana University, May 2010 M.A. Economics – Indiana University, May 2008 B.S. Economics & French – Centre College, Kentucky, 2005 magna cum laude

Past Appointments Assistant Professor of Economics, North Carolina State University, 2010-2016 Part-Time Professor, European University Institute, 2014-2015 Visiting Assistant Professor, Duke University, Spring 2014

Publications Clearing Up the Fiscal Multiplier Morass American Economic Review, 107(8), 2017, with Eric M. Leeper and Todd B. Walker When Does Government Debt Crowd Out Investment Journal of Applied Econometrics, 30(1), 2015, with Shu-Chun S.Yang Estimating Fiscal Limits: The Case of Greece Journal of Applied Econometrics, 29(7), 2014, with Huixin Bi Estimating Sovereign Default Risk American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 102(3), 2012, with Huixin Bi Monetary and Fiscal Policy Interactions in the Post-War U.S. European Economic Review, 55(1), 2011, with Shu-Chun S. Yang Dynamics of Fiscal Financing in the United States Journal of Econometrics 156(2), 2010, with Eric M. Leeper and Michael Plante

Submitted Papers Hours and Employment over the Business Cycle with Matteo Cacciatore and Giuseppe Fiori Fiscal Consolidation with Public Wage Reductions with Juin-Jen Chang, Hsieh-Yu Lin, and Shu-Chun S. Yang

Working Papers Green Policies, Aggregate Investment Dynamics and Vintage Effects with Giuseppe Fiori Time-Varying Oil Price Volatility and Macroeconomic Aggregates with Michael Plante The Implications of Tax Foresight for Optimal Monetary Policy

Works in Progress Sovereign Risk and Information Flows: A Look at the U.S. State Default of the 1840s with Huixin Bi Trade Flows, Trade Policy, and the Size of Fiscal Multipliers with Matteo Cacciatore

Teaching Experience Ph.D. Macroeconomics Analysis II, Duke University, Spring 2014 Topics in Nonlinear Solution and Estimation Methods, European University Institute, Fall 2014 Monetary Aspects of International Trade, North Carolina State University, Fall 2011- 2016 Macroeconomic Theory II, North Carolina State University, Spring 2011-2017 Masters Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, North Carolina State University, Spring 2012 Undergraduate International Finance, North Carolina State University, Spring 2014, 2016, 2017 Principles of Macroeconomics, Indiana University, Fall 2008 & 2006 Statistics for Bus. & Econ. (taught Excel based lab course), Indiana University, Spring 2008 & 2007

Grants and Awards 2016 2016 2014 2013 2013-14 2013 2012 2010 2008 2008


Exceptional contribution in reviewing, The Economic Journal Faculty Research and Professional Development Grant, North Carolina State University Outstanding Referee from Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control Fernand Braudel Fellow, Department of Economics, European University Institute Owens Fellow, Poole College of Management, North Carolina State University Sustainability Research Grant, North Carolina State University, joint with Giuseppe Fiori Faculty Research and Professional Development Grant, North Carolina State University Henry M. Oliver Award for Excellence in Graduate Economic Theory, Indiana University Econ. Department W. Phillip Saunders Teaching Award, Indiana University Econ. Department Best Third Year Paper, Indiana University Econ. Department

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Presentations at Seminars/Conferences/Discussions 2017



2014 2013







INFER Workshop on News and Fiscal Policy (Brussels, Belgium); Indiana University; ICMAIF Conference (Crete, Greece); “Fiscal Risk and Public-Sector Balance Sheets” Conference (Invited Discussant, University of Bonn); EEA-ESEM Conference (Lisbon, Portugal); Scheduled: Macroeconomics System Committee Meeting (Invited Discussant, Chicago Federal Reserve); “Rethinking Competitiveness, Structural Reforms, and Macro Policy” Conference (Invited Discussant, Bank of Italy); Chicago Federal Reserve; Kansas City Federal Reserve; University College London; University of Glasgow Canadian Economic Association Conference (Ottawa, Canada); International Association for Applied Econometrics Conference (Milan, Italy); NBER Summer Institute (DAE Workshop); St. Louis Federal Reserve; EEA-ESEM Conference (Geneva, Switzerland); Midwest Econometrics Group Meeting (University of Illinois); National Tax Association Meeting (Baltimore) Kansas City Federal Reserve; College of William & Mary; North Carolina State Energy Conference; Macro/Growth Workshop (SKEMA Business School); Econometrics Workshop (St. Louis Federal Reserve); Computational and Financial Econometrics Conference (University of London) Indiana University; Midwest Macroeconomics Meeting; Cleveland Federal Reserve; SKEMA Business School; University of North Carolina Charlotte UNC Chapel-Hill; Young Macroeconomists’ Jamboree (Duke); University of Tennessee; European Central Bank; Bank of Spain; Indiana University; Midwest Econometrics Group Meeting; Kansas City Federal Reserve; European University Institute AEA Annual Conference (Chicago); Fiscal Policy in the Aftermath of the Financial Crisis Workshop (Brussels, Belgium); Duke University; UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School; Midwest Macroeconomics Meeting; Economic Growth Workshop, SKEMA Business School; Society for Economic Dynamics Conference (Cyprus); Bank of Canada; Workshop on Fiscal Policy and Sovereign Debt (European University Institute); University of Delaware; Quantitative Macroeconomic Workshop, Reserve Bank of Australia Midwest Economics Association Conference; Federal Reserve of Dallas; Bank of Canada; University of East Anglia; EER Young Economist Workshop (Bonn, Germany); Society for Economic Dynamics Conference (Ghent, Belgium); UNC Charlotte; Applied Time Series Workshop (St. Louis Fed) Triangle Econometrics Conference (Durham); European Economic Review Conference (Philadelphia); Paris School of Economics; University of Arkansas; Federal Reserve Board of Governors; Wesleyan University; North Carolina State University; University of Cincinnati; London Business School; Princeton University Federal Reserve Board of Governors; NBER Workshop on Methods and Applications for DSGE Models (Philadelphia Fed); Society of Government Economists Annual Conference (Washington DC); 15th International Conference for Computing in Economics and Finance (Sydney, Australia); 9th Annual Missouri Economics Conference; Midwest Economics Association Conference Conference on Monetary and Fiscal Policy Interactions at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Jordan River Conference at Indiana University

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Professional Service Referee Service: American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics; American Economic Review; B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics; Czech National Bank Working Papers; Eastern Economic Journal; Economica; Economic Journal; Economics Letters; Emerging Markets Finance and Trade; European Economic Review; International Economic Review; International Journal of Central Banking; Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control; Journal of Economic Theory; Journal of the European Economic Association; Journal of Monetary Economics; Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking; Journal of Political Economy; Macroeconomic Dynamics; National Science Foundation; Quantitative Economics; Review of Economic Dynamics; Review of Economics and Statistics; Review of Economic Studies ETS, Test Development Committee for the Advanced Placement Macroeconomics Exam, 2010-2014 Invited Mini-Course, University of Arkansas, Applied Bayesian Econometrics, August 2012

Advising PhD Committee Chair: North Carolina State University:

Young Jin Choi (co-chair, 2014, Temple University) Ziyi Mai (chair, in progress) Sekar Setiatstuti (chair, in progress)

PhD Committee Member: North Carolina State University: Parker Sheppard (2017, Heritage Foundation), Xeutao Song (2016, Huatai Securities Corp.); Alimamy Kamara (2016, Duke Teaching Fellow); Dawn Marie Clay (2015, USDA); Philip Nguling'wa Balele (2013, Bank of Tanzania); Neveen Abdelaziz (2012, American University Cairo); Chun-Hung Kuo (2012, International University of Japan) Duke University: Marat Kussainov (2017, Citibank)

Other Professional Experience Fall 2009 Summer 2009 2007-2008 Summer 2004

Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Dissertation Intern Congressional Budget Office, Summer Associate Indiana University, Research Assistant for Prof. Eric Leeper Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor, Intern

Computing: Matlab, Mathematica, Fortran, Maple, Stata, E-views


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