Curriculum Vitae

Peter H. Sullivan

University of Puget Sound

1500 N. Warner St, #1057

Tacoma, WA 98416

(253) 879-3596


Downloadable CV: Peter H Sullivan - CV.pdf


EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Economics, University of New Hampshire, Expected Completion Date: March 2014

Dissertation Title: “What Drives Exchange Rates? Reexamining the Exchange Rate Disconnect Puzzle”

Summer School in Econometrics, University of Copenhagen, 2009

M.A. Economics, University of New Hampshire, 2008

B.A. Economics, University of New Hampshire, 2004


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Assistant Professor, University of Puget Sound, 2014 - Present

Research Associate, INET Center for Imperfect Knowledge Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2014 - Present

Junior Research Associate, INET Center for Imperfect Knowledge Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2012 - 2014

Visiting Faculty, University of Copenhagen, Summer School in Econometrics, 2012 and 2013


HONORS, SCHOLARSHIPS and FELLOWSHIPS

Dissertation Year Fellowship Award, University of New Hampshire Graduate School, 2011-12

Outstanding Graduate Teacher AwardUniversity of New Hampshire Department of Economics, 2011

Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship Award, University of New Hampshire Graduate School, 2010 

Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award, University of New Hampshire Department of Economics, 2009

Full Assistantship, University of New Hampshire Department of Economics, UNH, 2007-2011


WORKING PAPERS

"Markov Switching in Exchange Rate Models: Are There Only Two Regimes?" (with Josh Stillwagon, 2016)

"Finding a Connection Between Exchange Rates and Fundamentals, How Should We Model Revisions in Forecasting Strategies?" (2013c) 

"Rationality and the Meese and Rogoff Exchange-Rate-Disconnect Puzzle: Learning vs Contingent Knowledge (2013b)

"What Drives Exchange Rates: Fundamentals and Psychology" (2013a)

"The Exchange Rate Disconnect Puzzle: Interest Rate Expectations and Structural Change" (2012)


PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES 

Oxmetrics User Conference, The George Washington University, March 2016, "Markov Switching in Exchange Rate Models: Are There Only Two Regimes?" (with Josh Stillwagon)

Eastern Economic Association Annual Meetings, Boston, March 2014, “Finding a Connection Between Exchange Rates and Fundamentals, How Should We Model Revisions in Forecasting Strategies?”

INET’s 4th Annual Plenary Conference, Hong Kong, April 2013, “Rationality and the Meese and Rogoff Exchange-Rate-Disconnect Puzzle: Learning vs Contingent Knowledge”


INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Department of Economics Seminar, University of Copenhagen, August 2013, “Finding a Connection Between Exchange Rates and Fundamentals, How Should We Model Revisions in Forecasting Strategies?”

Department of Economics Seminar, University of Copenhagen, August 2012, “What Drives Exchange Rates, Do Fundamentals Matter?"


REFEREEING

Journal of Macroeconomics, 2011

National Bank of Austria, Project Proposal Review for the Anniversary Fund, 2010


GRADUATE STUDENT MENTORING

Master's Thesis, Ben Brewer, University of New Hampshire, Spring 2012

Master’s Thesis, Shuo Wang, University of New Hampshire, Spring 2011


Updated: 11/19/2015