I have been Macpherson Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Oriel since October 2006.
My research addresses questions in applied macroeconomics. I have written papers on (i) the transmission of monetary policy shocks in an open economy setting; (ii) the impact of openness to trade on key features of the inflation process such as inflation volatility, the terms of the output-inflation trade-off and the probability of inflation upturns; (iii) the links between labour market institutions and inflation performance and (iv) the modelling of price and wage data using co-integrated VAR models. Further details concerning my teaching and research are available via my departmental webpage.
Sovereign debt: The assessment, (2013), Bowdler, C., Esteves, R.P, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 29:3, pages 463-477.
Unconventional monetary policy: The assessment (2013), Bowdler, C., Radia, A., Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 28:4, pages 603-621.
The open economy consequences of U.S. monetary policy (2011), Bluedorn, J.C., Bowdler, C., Journal of International Money and Finance, 30:2, pages 309-336.
Labor market structures and the sacrifice ratio, (2010), Bowdler, C., Nunziata, L., Journal of Macroeconomics, 32:3, pages 816-826.