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Garry Young

​Senior Adviser - Monetary Assessment and Strategy Division ​

Garry Young
Garry has worked at the Bank of England since 2000 following spells at NIESR, H M Treasury and the University of Exeter. He obtained his PhD from the LSE in 1986.  Since being at the Bank Garry's research has focused on balance sheet adjustment in the household and corporate sectors, and the impact of the Great Financial Crisis on productivity and credit supply.  Garry is one of the editors of the Bank’s Staff Working Paper series.
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​Selected Academic Publications

The impact of unsecured debt on financial pressure among British households
with Ana Del Rio, Applied Financial Economics (2008)
Financial pressure and balance sheet adjustment by firms
with Andrew Benito, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics (2007)
Skill heterogeneity and equilibrium unemployment
with Rebecca Riley, Oxford Economic Papers (2007)
Corporate cross-holdings of equity, leverage and pensions: simulation and empirical evidence from the UK
with Kamakshya Trived, Economic Journal (2006)
A Merton model approach to assessing the default risk of UK public companies
with Merxe Tudela, International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance (2005)
Who Pays for Bank Insolvency?
with Bethany Blowers,The economic impact of insolvency law (2004)
Hard Times or Great Expectations? Dividend Omissions and Dividend Cuts by UK Firms
with Andrew Benito, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics (2003)

​Bank Publications

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