Isaiah Hull

Isaiah Hull

Senior Economist

Monetary Policy Department
Research Division
Sveriges Riksbank
SE-103 37 Stockholm, Sweden

Phone + 46 76-725 66 42

Computational economics, macroeconomics, finance, time series

Personal website with downloads


Ph.D., Economics, Boston College, 2013
M.A., Economics, Boston College, 2010

Publication in Refereed Journals

"Monetary Normalizations and Consumer Credit: Evidence from Fed liftoff and Online Lending," International Journal of Central Banking (with C. Bertsch and X. Zhang).

“Bank Misconduct and Online Lending,” Journal of Banking & Finance,  Vol. 116, 2020 (with C. Bertsch, Y. Qi, and X. Zhang).

“Spread the Word: International Spillovers from Central Bank Communication,” Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 103, 2020 (with H. Armelius, C. Bertsch, and X. Zhang).

“A Note on Measuring U.S. Time Series Volatility During the Great Moderation,” Macroeconomic Dynamics, Vol. 17(3), 2019.

"The timing of uncertainty shocks in a small open economy," Economics Letters, Vol. 155, 2017, Pages 31-34 (with H. Armelius and H. Stenbacka Köhler).

"Amortization requirements and household indebtedness: An application to Swedish-style mortgages," European Economic Review, Vol. 91, 2017, Pages 72-88.

"The development and spread of financial innovations," Quantitative Economics, Vol. 7(2), 2016, Pages 613-636.

"The macro-financial implications of house price-indexed mortgage contracts," Economics Letters, 2015, Vol. 127, Pages 81-85.

"Approximate dynamic programming with post-decision states as a solution method for dynamic economic models," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Vol. 55, Pages 57-70.

Policy Publications

''Price information collected online and short-term inflation forecasts,'' Economic Commentary, No. 2 2017 (with M. Löf and M. Tibblin).

Working Papers

“The Impact of Local Taxes and Public Services on Property Values,” Sveriges Riksbank Working Paper Series No. 374, April 2019 (with A. Grodecka).

"Manufacturing decline and house price volatility'' Sveriges Riksbank Working Paper Series No. 349, December 2017 (updated September 2018).