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Curriculum Vitae
Manoj Atolia
September 14, 2015

General Information
University address: Economics
College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
Room 269 BEL
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2180
Phone: (850) 644-7088; Fax: (850) 644-4535

E-mail address: matolia@fsu.edu


Web site: http://myweb.fsu.edu/matolia/

Professional Preparation
2004 Ph. D., Indiana University, Bloomington. Major: Economics. Supervisor: Edward F. Buffie.
2004 M.A., Indiana University, Bloomington. Major: Mathematics.
1995 Diploma, Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India. Major: Business Finance.
1987 B. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India. Major: Electrical Engineering.

Professional Experience
2015–present Senior Economist, Research Department, International Monetary Fund.
2013–present Bernard F. Sliger Scholar in Economics, Florida State University.
2010–present Associate Professor, Florida State University.
2004–2010 Assistant Professor, Economics, Florida State University.
2002–2004 Associate Instructor, Independent Studies Program, Indiana University.
2000–2004 Research Assistant, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University.
2002 Associate Instructor, Department of Economics, Indiana University.
2000 Associate Instructor, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University.

Language Proficiency
Bengali - fluent in speaking; advanced in reading; intermediate in writing.

Hindi - native in speaking, reading, and writing.



Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Bernard F. Sliger Scholar in Economics, Department of Economics, Florida State University (2013).

Faculty Travel Grant, Florida State University (2009).

Faculty Travel Grant, Florida State University (2005).

FYAP Summer Grant, Florida State University (2005).

Frank T. Bachmura Award, Department of Economics, Indiana University (2003).

Henry M. Oliver Award, Department of Economics, Indiana University (2002).

Taulman Miller Award, Department of economics, Indiana University (2001).

First Rank in India in Engineering Services Examination for the year 1987, Union Public Service Commission, India (1988).

Merit Awards and R. S. Diwan Memorial Trophy of Academic Excellence, Union Public Service Commission, India (1987).

Fellowship(s)
H. H. Crawford Graduate Fellowship (1999–2003).

National Talent Search Scholarship (1983–1987).



Teaching
Courses Taught
Open Economy Macroeconomics (ECO6296)

Sovereign Debt/Partial Default (ECO5907)

International Trade (ECO4704)

International Trade (ECO5707)

Introduction to Mathematical Economics (ECO5405)

Special Topics (ECO5936)

Seminar in International Trade Theory and Policy (ECO5706)

Directed Individual Study (ECO5907)

Global Macroeconomics (ECO5208)

International Trade (ECO5705)



Doctoral Committee Chair
Feng, S., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee Member
Gibson, J., graduate. (2013). Moral Hazard in Lending and the Real Economy.

Nguyen, Anh-Dung, graduate. (2011).

Awad, B., graduate. (2010). Essays in Fiscal Policy: Computational Accuracy and Optimal Investments in Public, Private, and Human Capital.

Tantivong, W., graduate. (2009). Essays on Economic Fluctuations in a Vintage Capital Model.

Keel, R., graduate. (2008).

Wright, J., doctoral candidate. The Relationship Between Government Debt and Economic Growth: Political and Economic Factors Through Which Debt Operates.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Kirayoglu, S., graduate. (2014). The Bilateral Investment Treaty: Its Origins and Effects.

Moon, C., graduate. (2014). Credible Commitment Institutions and Foreign Direct Investment: How Are Autocratic Countries Able to Attract FDI?.

Zhao, B., doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Member
Pemberton, M., graduate. (2014).

Zhao, B., graduate. (2011).

Singh, G., graduate. (2011).

Kam, S., graduate. (2010).

Lin, A., graduate. (2010).

Lung, Yen-Chun, graduate. (2010).

Mello, C., graduate. (2010).

Taeho, K., graduate. (2010).

Tsai, Chia-Chin, graduate. (2010).

Wartenbe, M., graduate. (2010).

Choi, H., graduate. (2009).

Clement, C., graduate. (2009).

Hooper, S., graduate. (2009).

Lee, K., graduate. (2009).

Sankar, W., graduate. (2009).

Kim, S., graduate. (2008).

Umut, M., graduate. (2008).

Raden, M., graduate. (2007).

Inui, N., graduate. (2006).

Richardson, B., graduate. (2006).

Taniguchi, M., graduate. (2005).

Bachelor's Committee Chair
Holmes, M. L., graduate. (2007). Determinants of Growth: Public and Human Capital in Uganda.

Bachelor's Committee Member
Park, P., graduate. (2010). Precipitating Causes of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis: South Korea.

Jeanty, C., graduate. (2008). The Practice of Remittance Sending: The Case of Haitians in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties.



Directed Individual Study
Atolia, M. (2015). Shuang Feng.
Atolia, M. (2013). Daniel Francis.
Atolia, M. (2009). Hyejin Choi.
Atolia, M. (2009). Wael Shankar.
Atolia, M. (2008). Pamela Dowd.
Atolia, M. (2007). Martin Holmes.
Atolia, M. (2007). Martin Holmes.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Atolia, M., & Buffie, E. (2009). Agricultural Subsidies in Malawi: Good, Bad, or Hard to Tell? FAO Commodities and Trade Policy Research Working Papers, 28, 1-27.

Refereed Journal Articles
Atolia, M. (submitted). Trade Costs and Endogenous Nontradability in a Model with Sectoral and Firm-Level Heterogeneity. Computational Economics. Manuscript submitted for publication, 35 pages.
Atolia, M., & Chahrour, R. (submitted). Intersectoral Linkages, Diverse Information, and Aggregate Dynamics. Review of Economic Studies. Manuscript submitted for publication, 52 pages.
Atolia, M., Gibson, J., & Marquis, M. (submitted). Moral Hazard in Lending and Macroeconomic Volatility. Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking. Manuscript submitted for publication, 32 pages.
Atolia, M., Gibson, J., & Marquis, M. (submitted). On Using Hagedorn-Manovskii's Calibration to Resolve the Shimer Puzzle in a Real Business Cycle Search Model. Computational Economics. Manuscript submitted for publication, 22 pages.
Atolia, M., & Kurokawa, Y. (submitted). Entry Costs, Task Variety, and Skill Flexibility: A Simple Theory of (Top) Income Skewness. Journal of Monetary Economics. Manuscript submitted for publication, 25 pages.
Atolia, M., & Kurokawa, Y. (submitted). Trade Variety and the Skill Premium in an Applied General Equilibrium Model: The Case of Mexico. Journal of Policy Modeling. Manuscript submitted for publication, 29 pages.
Atolia, M., Gibson, J., & Marquis, M. (submitted). Asymmetry and Amplitude of Business Cycle Fluctuations: A Quantitative Investigation of the Role of Financial Frictions. Macroeconomic Dynamics. Manuscript submitted for publication, 49 pages.
Buffie, E., & Atolia, M. (in press). Fiscal Adjustment and Inflation Targeting in Less Developed Countries. Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 49 pages.
Atolia, M., Einarsson, T., & Marquis, M. (2015). Equilibrium Shirking, Access to Credit and Endogenous TFP Fluctuations. Economica, 82 (327), 486-507. doi:10.1111/ecca.12122
Buffie, E., & Atolia, M. (2012). Trade Policy, Poverty, and Development in a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model for Zambia. Journal of Policy Modeling, 34 (3), 211–229. doi:10.1016/j.jpolmod.2011.07.011
Buffie, E., & Atolia, M. (2012). Resurrecting Weak Credibility Hypothesis in a Simple Model of Exchange-Rate-Based Stabilization. European Economic Review, 56 (3), 361-372. doi:10.1016/j.euroecorev.2011.10.004
Atolia, M., Chatterjee, S., & Turnovsky, S. (2012). Growth and Inequality: Dependence on the Time Path of Productivity Increases (and Other Structural Changes). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 36 (3), 331–348. doi:10.1016/j.jedc.2011.08.012
Atolia, M., & Buffie, E. (2011). Solving the Unit Root Problem in Models With an Exogenous World Market Interest Rate. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 15 (5), 681-712. doi:10.1017/S1365100509090142
Buffie, E., & Atolia, M. (2011). Exchange-Rate-Based Stabilization, Durables Consumption, and the Stylized Facts. Economic Journal, 121 (155), 1130-1160. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0297.2011.02431.x
Atolia, M., Awad, B., & Marquis, M. (2011). Linearization and Higher-Order Approximations: How Good are They? Results from an Endogenous Growth Model with Public Capital. Computational Economics, 38 (1), 1-31. doi:10.1007/s10614-010-9234-y
Atolia, M., & Prasad, K. (2011). Relative Wealth Concerns and Entrepreneurship. Economica, 78 (310), 294-316. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0335.2009.00812.x
Atolia, M., Einarsson, T., & Marquis, M. (2011). Understanding Liquidity Shortage During Severe Downturns. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 35 (3), 330-343. doi:10.1016/j.jedc.2010.10.009
Atolia, M., Chatterjee, S., & Turnovsky, S. (2010). How Misleading is Linearization? Evaluating the Dynamics of the Neoclassical Model. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 34 (9), 1550-1571. doi:10.1016/j.jedc.2010.06.013
Atolia, M. (2010). Public Investment, Tax Evasion, and the Welfare Effects of a Tariff Reform. Contemporary Economic Policy, 28 (2), 219-239. doi:10.1111/j.1465-7287.2009.00176.x
Atolia, M., & Buffie, E. (2009). Reverse Shooting Made Easy: Automating the Search for the Global Nonlinear Saddle Path. Computational Economics, 34 (3), 273-308. doi:10.1007/s10614-009-9174-6
Atolia, M., & Buffie, E. (2009). Smart Forward Shooting. Computational Economics, 33 (1), 1-30. doi:10.1007/s10614-008-9146-2
Atolia, M. (2007). Trade Liberalization and Rising Wage Inequality in Latin America: Reconciliation with HOS Theory. Journal of International Economics, 71 (2), 467-494. doi:10.1016/j.jinteco.2006.06.005

Refereed Reviews
Krueger, A. O., & Ito, T. (2006). Governance, Regulation, and Privatization in the Asia-Pacific Region. Journal of Asian Economics.

Presentations
Invited Presentations at Conferences
Atolia, M., & Chahrour, R. (presented 2014, May). Intersectoral Linkages, Diverse Information, and Aggregate Dynamics in a Neoclassical Model. Presentation at Jordan River Conference, Department of Economics, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Bloomington, IN. (National)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Atolia, M., Gibson, J., & Marquis, M. (submitted). On Using Hagedorn-Manovskii Calibration to Resolve Shimer Puzzle in a Real Business Cycle Search Model. Presentation submitted for approval.
Atolia, M., & Chahrour, R. (presented 2015, June). Intersectoral Linkages, Diverse Information, and Aggregate Dynamics in a Neoclassical Model. Presentation at Society for Economic Dynamics Annual Meeting, Society for Economic Dynamics, Warsaw, Poland. (International)
Atolia, M., & Buffie, E. (presented 2015, May). Fiscal Adjustment and Inflation Targeting in Less Developed Countries. Presentation at Midwest Macroeconomic Meetings, Midwest Macroeconomics Group, St. Louis, Missouri. (International)
Atolia, M., & Chahrour, R. (presented 2014, June). Intersectoral Linkages, Diverse Information, and Aggregate Dynamics in a Neoclassical Model. Presentation at 20th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Society for Computational Economics, Oslo, Norway. (International)
Atolia, M., & Kurokawa, Y. (presented 2014, June). Fixed Cost, Task Variety, and Skill Flexibility: A Simple Unified Theory of Below- and Within-Top Inequality. Presentation at North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, The Econometric Society, Minneapolis, MN. (International)
Atolia, M., Gibson, J., & Marquis, M. (presented 2013, November). Labor Market Dynamics with Search Frictions: Impact of Financing Constraints Due to Moral Hazard During Severe Economic Downturns. Presentation at Midwest Macroeconomic Meetings, Midwest Macroeconomics Group, Minneapolis, MN. (International)
Atolia, M., & Chahrour, R. (presented 2013, August). Intersectional Linkages, Diverse Information, and Aggregate Dynamics in a Neoclassical Model. Presentation at Conference on Expectations in Dynamic Macroeconomic Models, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, CA, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Atolia, M., Gibson, J., & Marquis, M. (presented 2013, July). Labor Market Dynamics with Search Frictions: Impact of Financing Constraints Due to Moral Hazard During Severe Economic Downturns. Presentation at 19th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Society for Computational Economics, Vancouver, Canada. (International)
Atolia, M., & Chahrour, R. (presented 2013, May). Intersectoral Linkages, Diverse Information, and Aggregate Dynamics in a Neoclassical Model. Presentation at Midwest Macroeconomics Meetings, Midwest Macroeconomics Group, Urbana-Champaign, IL. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2011, December). Growth and Inequality: Dependence on the Time Path of Productivity Increases (and other Structural Changes). Presentation at 7th Annual Conference on Growth and Economic Development, Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, India. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2010, May). Understanding Liquidity Shortages During Severe Economic Downturns. Presentation at Midwest Macroeconomics Meetings, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2010, January). Growth and Inequality: Dependence on the Time Path of Productivity Increases (and other Structural Changes). Presentation at ASSA Meeting, American Economic Association, Atlanta, GA. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2009, July). Entrepreneurship and Relative Wealth Concerns. Presentation at 15th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2009, May). Growth and Inequality: Dependence on the Time Path of Productivity Increases (and other Structural Changes). Presentation at Midwest Macroeconomic Meetings, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2008, June). How Misleading is Linearization? Evaluating the Dynamics of the Neoclassical Growth Model. Presentation at 14th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Sorbonne University, Paris, France. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2008, May). Relative Wealth Concerns and Entrepreneurship. Presentation at Midwest Macroeconomic Meetings, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2007, November). A Simple Model of Sectoral and Firm-Level Heterogeneity. Presentation at Southern Economic Association, Auburn University, New Orleans, LA. (National)
Atolia, M. (presented 2007, June). Resurrecting the Weak Credibility Hypothesis in a Simple Model of Exchange-Rate-Based Stabilization. Presentation at 13th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, HEC Montréal, Montreal, Canada. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2007, June). Reverse Shooting Made Easy: Automating the Search for the Global Nonlinear Saddle Path. Presentation at 13th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, HEC Montréal, Montreal, Canada. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2007, April). A Simple Model of Sectoral and Firm-Level Heterogeneity. Presentation at Midwest Macroeconomics Meeting, Federal Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2006, June). Exchange-Rate-Based Stabilization, Durable Consumption, and the Stylized Facts. Presentation at 12th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Limassol, Limassol, Cyprus. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2005, June). Solving for the Global Nonlinear Saddlepath: Reverse Shooting vs. Approximation Methods. Presentation at 11th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Washington University, Washington, DC. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2003, October). Productivity Enhancing Reforms, Private Capital Inflows and Real Interest Rates in Africa. Presentation at Midwest International Economics Meeting, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2003). An OLG Model of Tax Evasion with Public Investment. Presentation at Midwest Economic Theory Meeting, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburgh, PA. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2002). Trade Liberalization, Rising Wage Inequality and HOS Theory: Reconciliation in a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model. Presentation at Midwest International Economics Meeting, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. (International)
Atolia, M. (presented 2001). Tariff Reform and Tax Evasion: Welfare Effects in a OLG Model. Presentation at Midwest International Economics Meeting, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. (International)

Invited Workshops
Atolia, M., & Kurokawa, Y. (2015, March). Fixed Cost, Task Variety, and Skill Flexibility: A Simple Unified Theory of Below- and Within-Top Inequality. Workshop delivered at Macro Workshop, Department of Economics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2013, March). Fiscal Adjustment and Inflation Targeting in Less Developed Countries. Workshop delivered at Macro Workshop at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2012, October). Task Variety and Skill Flexibility: A Simple Unified Theory of Between- and Within-group Inequality. Workshop delivered at International Lunch Workshop at Boston College, Chestnut Hills, MA. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2011, November). Growth and Inequality: Dependence on the Time Path of Productivity Increases (and other Structural Changes). Workshop delivered at Quant Workshop at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2008, October). Relative Wealth Concerns and Entrepreneurship. Workshop delivered at Quant Workshop at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2008, August). Shooting for the Global Nonlinear Saddlepath. Workshop delivered at Castor Summer Workshop on International Macroeconomics, Seattle, WA. (International)
Atolia, M. (2008, May). Relative Wealth Concerns and Entrepreneurship. Workshop delivered at Macro Week. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2008, January). A Simple of Model of Sectoral and Firm-Level Heterogeneity. Workshop delivered at University of Georgia, Athens, GA. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2007, November). A Simple Model of Sectoral and Firm-Level Heterogeneity. Workshop delivered at College of Business, Auburn University, Auburn, AL. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2006, December). Shooting for the Global Nonlinear Saddle Path. Workshop delivered at Department of Economics, Bloomington, Indiana. (Local)
Atolia, M. (2006, November). Resurrecting the Weak Credibility Hypothesis in a Simple Model of Exchange-Rate-Based Stabilization. Workshop delivered at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. (Local)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Atolia, M. (2014, October). Labor Market Dynamics with Search Frictions: Impact of Financing Constraints Due to Moral Hazard During Severe Economic Downturns. Delivered at National Institute of Labor Economics Research, Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi, India. (National)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Atolia, M. (May 2005–Aug 2005). Solving for Global Nonlinear Saddle Path for Dynamic Economic Systems. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $14,000.

Contracts and Grants Denied
Gibson, J. (Jan 2015). Skill Specificity and Targeted Hiring. Submitted to Georgia State University.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, Undergraduate Policy Committee (2011–2015).

FSU College Service
Member, College Promotion and Tenure Committee (2014–2015).

FSU Department Service
Member, Executive Committee (2013–2015).
Member, Search Committee: Macroeconomics (2014–2015).
Member, Macro Core Exam Committee (2013–2015).
Chair, Search Committee: Open-Economy Macroeconomics and Economic Development (2013–2014).
Liaison, Library Liaison (2009–2013).
Member, Executive Committee (2008–2012).
Chairman, Macro Core Exam Committee (2011–2012).
Member, Search Committee: Macroeconomics (2010–2011).
Member, Macro Core Exam Committee (2008–2011).
Member, Search Committee: International Economics and Economic Development (2007–2008).

The Profession
Editorial Board Membership(s)
Open Journal of Political Science (2012–present).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Journal of Economic Surveys (Apr–Jun 2015).
Macroeconomic Dynamics (Sep 2014–Jan 2015).
Journal of International Money and Finance (Jan–Jun 2014).
Economic Modelling (Sep–Nov 2013).
Journal of Banking and Finance (Apr–Jun 2013).
Computational Economics (Feb–Jun 2013).
Journal of Economic Growth (Jan–Mar 2012).
Contemporary Economic Policy (Aug–Oct 2011).
International Tax and Public Finance (Mar–Jul 2011).
Review of International Economics (Mar–Jul 2011).
Journal of Public Economic Theory (Aug 2010).
Macroeconomic Dynamics (Oct–Dec 2009).
Computational Economics (Sep–Dec 2009).
National Tax Journal (Sep–Dec 2009).
Journal of Economic Studies (Jan–Feb 2009).
Journal of Economics and Business (Apr–Sep 2007).
Journal of Public Economic Theory (Apr–Jul 2007).
International Review of Economics and Finance (Feb–Mar 2007).
International Journal of Business and Economics (Nov 2006–Jan 2007).
Journal of Development Economics (Mar–May 2003).
Police Practice and Research (Jan–Mar 2003).

Reviewer for Textbooks
International Trade (2008–2012).
International Economics (2011).
International Economics (2008–2009).

Chair of a Symposium
Atolia, M. (Chair). (2014, June). Firm Heterogeneity and Business Cycles. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Society for Computational Economics, Oslo, Norway.
Atolia, M. (Chair). (2014, June). Inequality. Symposium conducted at the meeting of The Econometric Society, Minneapolis, MN.
Atolia, M. (Chair). (2010, May). Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy III. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.
Atolia, M. (Chair). (2007, June). Monetary Policy and the Exchange Rate. Symposium conducted at the meeting of HEC Montréal, Montreal, Canada.

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
Committee on Faculty Research Support (COFRS) (2012).
National Research Foundation (NRF) of South Africa (2009–2010).
Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada (2009–2010).

Consultation
United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). Build a dynamic general equilibrium trade model and use it to assess the impact of trade policy on growth and on the distribution of income (2007–2008).

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