© 2015 by Rob Calvert Jump.

    I am a research fellow at the University of Greenwich, based in the Institute of Political Economy, Governance, Finance and Accountability.  I am a member of Reteaching Economics and an associate editor at the Review of Social Economy and Review of Evolutionary Political Economy.  I can be contacted at r.g.calvertjump@greenwich.ac.uk.

    Most of my work is on macroeconomics and public policy.  I am particularly interested in the sources of economic instability, including financial cycles, self-fulfilling expectations and hysteresis, and institutional changes that might mitigate their effects.  More recently I have been working on questions in political and economic geography, in particular the electoral geography of Brexit.

         

    Macroeconomics

    • Calvert Jump R and Stockhammer E. 2019. Reconsidering the natural rate hypothesis. FMM Working Paper Nr.45. Link.

    • Stockhammer E, Gouzoulis G, and Calvert Jump R. 2019. Debt-driven business cycles in historical perspective: The cases of the USA (1889-2015) and UK (1882-2010).  Post Keynesian Economics Society Working Paper 1907Link.

    • Stockhammer E, Calvert Jump R, Köhler K, and Cavallero J. 2019. Short and medium term financial-real cycles: An empirical assessment. Journal of International Money and Finance, 94(June), 81-96. Link.

    • Calvert Jump R, Hommes C, and Levine P. 2019. Learning, heterogeneity, and complexity in the New Keynesian model. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (in press). Link.

    • Calvert Jump R and Levine P. 2019. Behavioural New Keynesian models. Journal of Macroeconomics, 59(March), 59-77. Link.​

    Political economy

    • Calvert Jump R and Michell J. 2019. Education and the geography of Brexit. SSRN Working Paper. Link.

    • Calvert Jump R and Michell J. 2019. Educational attainment and the Brexit vote. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space (in press). Link.

     

    Public policy

    • Stronge W and Calvert Jump R. 2019. Get real: Accurately costing a four-day week in the public sector.  Autonomy Report. Link.

    • Calvert Jump R and Naqvi N. 2019. Financial and legal barriers to the creation and operation of a British national investment bank. UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose Policy Report WP 2019-07. Link, Blog.

    • Calvert Jump R. 2018. Better models of business ownership. In Economics for the Many, McDonnell (ed.), London, Verso. Link.

    • Contributor to Alternative Models of Ownership. Labour Party Report 2017. Link.

    • Contributor to A National Investment Bank for Britain. Labour Party Report 2017. Link.

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