Angus Foulis

Senior Adviser - Centre for Central Banking Studies ​

Biography

Angus joined the Bank in September 2013 after completing a PhD in economics at the London School of Economics. His initial research focused on financial stability, macroprudential policy, and the housing market. More recently he has been examining the nexus between household-level and firm-level data to explore how shocks to company owners affect corporate behaviour. In his policy work, Angus has worked on various aspects of macroprudential policy, including the design and use of macroprudential tools in the UK housing market.

Angus' selected academic publications

Lending Relationships and the Collateral Channel - with Gareth Anderson, Saleem Bahaj, Matthieu Chavaz, and Gabor Pinter,  Review of Finance, Forthcoming, 2022.
Employment and the Residential Collateral Channel of Monetary Policy - with Saleem Bahaj, Gabor Pinter, and Paolo Surico, Journal of Monetary Economics, Forthcoming 2022. 
Home Values and Firm Behaviour - with Saleem Bahaj and Gabor Pinter, American Economic Review (July 2020)
Credit Traps and Macroprudential Leverage - with Ben Nelson and Misa Tanaka, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (2019)
Macroprudential Policy Under Uncertainty - with Saleem Bahaj, The International Journal of Central Banking (2017)
The Residential Collateral Channel - with S Bahaj and G Pinter, CFM Discussion Paper Series (2016) 

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