The Department of Economics is delighted to welcome Prof. Gabriel Mihalache
My research to date falls largely with in the field of International Macroeconomics. I studied the risk of sovereign debt crises and its implications for monetary-fiscal interactions, the maturity structure of public debt, and sectoral reallocation patterns. More recently, I explored the impact of tight fiscal space for countries' ability to mitigate epidemic outbreaks and to deploy timely vaccination campaigns. I am currently studying the consequences of the Fed's latest tightening cycle for emerging markets' fiscal conditions and risk of recession.
Prior to joining Ohio State, I was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Stony Brook University (SUNY). I received my PhD in Economics in 2016, from the University of Rochester. I am Romanian.
I am very excited to join the excellent group at The Ohio State University and to teach International Economics at both the undergraduate and graduate level!