Associate Professor of Economics, Yale University
Michael Peters is an Associate Professor of Economics at Yale University and a Faculty Research Fellow at the NBER. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics at the University of Mannheim and his PhD from MIT. His research mostly focuses on macroeconomics, economic development and growth, and international trade. Before joining Yale University, he held a position at the London School of Economics.
Recent work by Michael Peters
Creative destruction and catch-up growth in India
Selectively supporting transformative firms is a viable strategy to promote growth where there is less creative destruction
How services drive the growth of emerging economies: Evidence from India
Service-led growth can be a viable development strategy for the developing world; however, its fruits might disproportionately benefit the rich
Articles : Macroeconomics & Growth