Eileen Mauskopf Faculty Bio
Eileen Mauskopf, PhD
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
100 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202
Eileen Mauskopf, PhD (Economics, Johns Hopkins University), joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2011. She is an Associate Professor in the practice track with expertise in macroeconomics, monetary economics, and real estate economics.
- 1976-2011 - Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Senior Economist
- 2006 - Advisor, Central Bank of Israel
- 1997 - Technical Advisor for the IMF at the Czech National Bank
- 1994-95 - Senior Economist, The President’s Council of Economic Advisors
- 1989 - Advisor, Australian Department of Treasury, Canberra, Australia
- 1988 - Visiting Professor, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
- 1973-76 - Assistant Professor of Economics, Rutgers University
- "The Incentives of Mortgage Servicers and Designing Loan Modifications to Address the Mortgage Crisis'' (with Cordell, Dynan, Lehnert, and Liang), in Kolb, ed., Lessons from the Financial Crisis: Causes, Consequences, and Our Economic Future, John Wiley and Sons (2010)
- "Designing Loan Modifications to Address the Mortgage Crisis and the Making Home Affordable Program'' (with Cordell et al.), UCC Law Journal, vol. 42 (2009)
- "A Simple Proposal for Government Help to Distressed Homeowners” (with Foote, Fuhrer, and Willen). Public Policy Briefs, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (2009)
- "The Incentives of Mortgage Servicers: Myths and Realities'' (with Cordell et.al), UCC Law Journal, vol. 41 (2009)
- "Comments on ‘The financial system of post-1945 Japan: its formation, development, and deterioration’ '' in Freedman, ed., Economic Reform in Japan: Can the Japanese Change? United Kingdom: Edward Elgar ( 2001)
- "Comments on 'Empirical Determinants of banking crises: Japan's experience in international perspective' '' in Freedman, ed., Why did Japan Stumble? Causes and Cures. United Kingdom: Edward Elgar (1999)
- "Dynamic Scoring, Fiscal Policy, and the Short-Run Behavior of the Macroeconomy'' (with Reifschneider), National Tax Journal (Sept. 1997), pp. 631-55.
- "The role of expectations in the FRB/US macroeconomic model'' (with Brayton, Reifschneider, Tinsley and Williams), Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 83 (April 1997).
- "The Monetary Transmission Mechanism in the United States: simulations using the Federal Reserve Board's MPS model,'' in Bank for International Settlements, ed., Financial Structure and the Monetary Transmission Mechanism. Basel, 1995.
- "The Transmission Channels of Monetary Policy: How Have They Changed?'' Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. (Dec. 1990).
- "Structure and Uses of the MPS quarterly econometric model'' (with F. Brayton), Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. (Feb. 1987).
- "The Federal Reserve Board MPS quarterly econometric model of the US economy'' (with F. Brayton), Journal of Economic Modelling, vol. 2 (1985), pp. 170-292.
- "Taxes, Investment and Capital Misallocation'' (with W. Conrad), in Enzler, Johnson, and Conrad, eds., Public Policy and Capital Formation. Washington, D.C.: Federal Reserve Board (1981).
- "Financial Innovation and the Monetary Aggregates'' (with R. Porter and T. Simpson), Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, vol. 1 (1979).
- Macroeconomics, monetary economics, and real estate economics
- Op Ed, Baltimore Sun, October 3, 2011, available at http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-foreclosures-20111003,0,6465165.story#tugs_story_display
- National Public Radio, Baltimore, WYPR, August 8, 2011, “Midday”. Discusses Outlook for the US Economy.
- National Public Radio, Baltimore, WYPR, October 26, 2011, “Midday”. Discusses Federal Government Mortgage Relief Programs.
- National Public Radio, Baltimore, WYPR, April 12, 2012, “Midday”. Discusses Settlement for Foreclosure Misdeeds between US Attorneys General and Largest Banks.
- In TV interviews on NBC program “Inside Nevada”, that aired in September 2012, Mauskopf discusses the state of housing, foreclosures, and government programs to help homeowners:Sept. 17, Sept. 18, Sept. 19, Sept. 20, Sept. 21