Liebowitz Center for International Studies
Research Interests: Central banking and monetary policy; China's financial system
Teaching Interests: Macroeconomics; international trade and finance
PhD in Economics, Columbia University
AA and BA, Bard College at Simon’s Rock
Daniel H. Neilson is a monetary economist, specializing in the structure of the monetary and financial system. He is the author of Minsky, a reading of the works of the theorist of financial crisis. He also writes Soon Parted, a newsletter about central banking, monetary theory and fintech. Dan teaches economics classes that touch on money and banking, debt, international finance, China’s financial system, economic transition, and the construction of authority. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University and a B.A. in mathematics and music from Bard College at Simon's Rock. Dan is a user of Arch Linux, an opponent of closed platforms, and, in general, a minimalist.