Prof. Max Gillman

Friedrich A. Hayek Professor of Economic History Department of Economics

Max Gillman has served for a decade as Hayek Professor of Economic History at the University of Missouri – St. Louis. He also currently has part time positions in research at Corvinus University of Budapest and European Research University, Czech Republic. Previously he served for eight years as professor at Cardiff Business School, UK, and for the previous seven years as professor at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. He also served as a visiting professor at CEU for many years, as well as being a long-time research associate at the economics centers of CERGE-EI, Prague, and CERS-EI, Budapest. He has served recently as a visiting professor/scholar/researcher at the Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies, the Bank of Finland, had earlier visiting positions of a year or more at Loughborough University, UK, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and New York University, and also had short visits to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, University of Chicago, International Monetary Fund, and Monash University, and others. Teaching monetary economics and macroeconomics, he has published forty-five research articles in Economics journals. This academic research focuses on inflation, interest rates, monetary policy, public finance, oil prices, economic growth, and development through human capital. Gillman also has published four Economics books on macroeconomics and inflation, along with editing the Collected Papers in Monetary Theory, by Robert E. Lucas, Jr., for Harvard University Press, and currently serves as Associate Editor for the academic journal Economic Modelling.