Ph.D., California Inst. of Technology (2003)
B.A., Amherst College (1998)
Christopher Hoag specializes in financial economic history, including banking and financial markets in the United States during the nineteenth century and the twentieth century. His research investigates pre-Federal Reserve lenders of last resort, bank window dressing, and technological change in the structure of information across capital markets. He also has an interest in applied microeconomic theory.