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Robert J. Tetlow
Senior Economist
Division of Research and Statistics
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 20551

Telephone: (202) 452-2437
Fax: (202) 452-5296
E-mail: rtetlow <no spam> at frb.gov

Welcome to my personal web page--as opposed to my Board-sanctioned page. The latter does not allow works in progress or, for that matter, anything else that has not been approved by the official channels. You will also find some personal items and some of my favorite links. Thanks for visiting. Come back again soon!

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Research Interests:

Monetary theory and policy, especially model uncertainty and it's implications for the design of monetary policy; robust control; learning, computational economics; macroeconomic modeling.


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What's New

February 2008

A significantly revised version of my paper with Peter von zur Muehlen, "Robustifying Learnability" is now available.

September 2007

My paper with Thomas Laubach and John C. Williams, "Learning and the Role of Macroeconomic Factors in the Term Structure of Interest Rates" is now available.

September 2007

My paper with Brian Ironside "Real-time Model Uncertaint in the United
States: the Fed, 1996-2003" has now been published as the lead article in JMCB.

September 2007:

My note “On the Robustness of Simple an Optimal Monetary Policy Rules” has been published in the JME.

December 2006:

My paper "Monetary policy, asset prices and misspecification" has been published in a Bank of Canada volume. The unpublished version is available.