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Edward J. O'Brien

Biography

Other current responsibilities

Adviser, Directorate General Macro-prudential Policy and Financial Stability, 2014 -

Education

BA (Dublin), PhD (Dublin)

Professional experience

Principal Financial Stability Expert, Directorate General Financial Stability, 2013 - 2014

Financial Stability Expert, Directorate Financial Stability, 2008 - 2013

Graduate Programme Participant at the European Central Bank (Directorates General Market Operations and Research) 2006 - 2008

Economist, Monetary Policy and Financial Stability, Central Bank & Financial Services Authority of Ireland, 2004 - 2006

Awards

IRCHSS Government of Ireland Scholar, 2001-2004

Teaching experience

Lecturer (Mathematics & Statistics), Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin, 2004 - 2006

Teaching Assistant (Econometrics), Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin, 2001 - 2006

External publications
Applied Economics Letters
Weak instruments in estimating business cycle effects on banks' interest income
  • M. Hahn & E.J. O'Brien
Applied Economics
Nonlinearity and Structural Breaks in Irish PPP Relationships: An Application of Random Field Regression
  • D. Bond
  • M.J. Harrison & E.J. O'Brien
Applied Economics Letters
Nonlinearity as an Explanation of the Forward Exchange Rate Anomaly
  • D. Bond
  • M.J. Harrison & E.J. O'Brien
Applied Economics Letters
Exploring Nonlinearity with Random Field Regression
  • D. Bond
  • M.J. Harrison & E.J. O'Brien
Economics Letters
A Note on Spurious Nonlinear Regression
  • E.J. O'Brien
Economic and Social Review
Demand for Money: A Study in Testing Time Series for Long Memory and Nonlinearity
  • D. Bond
  • M.J. Harrison & E.J. O'Brien
Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics
Investigating Nonlinearity: A Note on the Estimation of Hamilton's Random Field Regression Model
  • D. Bond
  • M.J. Harrison & E.J. O'Brien