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 interaction between monetary policy and the financial system. His research has focused on China’s financial markets, on the structure of the global monetary system, and on the evolution of the Federal Reserve. Previously, Dr. Neilson was an economist at George Soros’s economic think tank, where he helped create a global research program to promote novel and critical theories for understanding issues of financial stability. He has been teaching at Simon's Rock since 2008.