Chris Redl

Economist - Monetary Analysis


Chris is an economist in the External MPC Unit. He received his PhD in Economics from Queen Mary, University of London. Prior to joining the Bank in 2016, he worked at HM Revenue & Customs and the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa. 

Chris’ research interests include international economics, applied econometrics and monetary policy.

Chris' Bank Underground blog posts

Does domestic uncertainty really matter for the economy? - October 2017

Chris' selected academic publications

Noisy News and Exchange Rates: a SVAR approach - Journal of International Money & Finance (2015)
Macroeconomic Uncertainty in South Africa - ERSA Working Paper No. 509, (2015)
Optimal Monetary Policy with Learning by Doing - ERSA Working Paper No. 490 (2015)

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