Dawn Holland is a Visiting Fellow at NIESR and a Consultant for the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) in Dublin, where she is leading the ESRI's work on structural macro-modelling as part of a Joint Macro Modelling Project with the Central Bank of Ireland. She worked with the NIESR's global econometric model, NiGEM, for more than 15 years and led the quarterly production of NIESR's global economic forecast from 2003-2013. Her primary research focus has been on issues related to production functions and supply-side modelling, the role of risk premia in the demand for capital and fiscal multipliers. She has acted as an advisor to the House of Lords and to the European Court of Auditors, and served on the editorial board of the National Institute Economic Review from 2003-2013.
Member of the Centre for Macroeconomics
B.A. Tufts University, 1990; Post-Grad Cert. (Econ) Birkbeck, 1995; M.Sc. (Econ) London School of Economics, 1996
Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin
2014-present Consultant to Joint Macro-modelling Project with Central Bank of Ireland
National Institute of Economic and Social Research
2014-present Visiting Fellow
2007-2013 Principal Research Fellow
2003-2006 Senior Research Fellow
1999-2003 Research Fellow
1996-1999 Research Officer
2006-2007 - Specialist Advisor, House of Lords, London.
1999-2000 - Freelance Consultant, Retail Intelligence, London.
1991-1994 - Professional dancer in New York/Paris.
André, C., Holland, D., Pareliussen, J. and Garcia, C. (2013), OECD Economic Surveys: United Kingdom.
Bagaria, N., Holland, D., and Van Reenen, J. (2012), Fiscal consolidation during a depression, National Institute Economic Review, No. 221.
Barrell, R., Davis, E., Fic, T., Holland, D., Orazgani, A., Karim, D., (2009), The channels of financial market contagion in the new EU member states, Report to: European Commission.
Barrell, R., Davis, E., Fic, T., Holland, D., Kirby, S. and Liadze, I. (2010), Optimal regulation of bank capital and liquidity: how to calibrate new international standards, FSA Occasional Papers in Financial Regulation, No. 38.
Barrell, R., Holland, D., Hurst, I., (2013), Fiscal multipliers and prospects for consolidation, OECD Journal: Economic Studies, Vol. 2012, pp. 71-102
Barrell, R., Holland, D., Liadze, I., (2011), Accounting for UK economic performance 1973-2009, in Giudece, G., Kuenzel, R. and Springbett, T. (ed.), UK Economy: the crisis in perspective, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Barrell, R., Holland, D., Liadze, I. and Pomerantz, O. (2010), ‘The impact of EMU on growth in Europe’, in The Euro: The First Decade, edited by Buti, M., Deroose, S., Gaspar, V. and Nogueira Martins, J., Cambridge University Press.
Holland, D., (2012), Reassessing productive capacity in the United States, National Institute Economic Review, No. 220
Holland, D., (2012), The impact of transitional arrangements on migration in the enlarged EU, FMW - Online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union, pp. 18-25.
Holland, D., Fic, T., Paluchowski, P., Rincon-Aznar, A., Stokes, L., (2011), Labour mobility within the EU, European Commission Report VC/2010/1159.
Holland, D., Kirby, S., Orazgani, A., (2011), Modelling the sovereign debt crisis in Europe, National Institute Economic Review, No. 217.
Holland, D., Liadze, I. Rienzo, C. and Wilkinson, D. (2013), The relationship between graduates and economic growth across countries, BIS Research Paper, (forthcoming)
Holland, D. and Paluchowski, P. (2013), Geographical labour mobility in the context of the crisis, European Employment Observatory working paper.
Holland, D., Portes, J., (2012), Self-defeating austerity?, National Institute Economic Review, No. 222.
Holland, D., Rünstler, G. (2012), Impact of fiscal austerity in the Euro Area, National Institute Economic Review, No. 219
Reassessing the fiscal multiplier, Presented at EBEA Bank of England Conference, 25 June 2013, London.
Self-defeating austerity?, Presented at OFCE, 12 February 2013, Paris
Policy Challenges Facing Europe, International Conference on Euro Area Crisis and Its Impact on China’s Economy, Institute of Quantitative and Technical Economics (CASS), 23 November 2012, Beijing, China.
Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained: Identifying and Managing Risk in Today's World, Keynote address, European Family Office Conference, 7 November 2012, London.
Fiscal Consolidation During a Depression, Prepared for United Nations Project LINK meeting, 22-24 October 2012, New York; and presentation at AIECE meeting, 15-16 November 2012, Brussels
Less Austerity, More Growth?, ENEPRI Conference: EU Growth Prospects in the Shadow of the Crisis, 22 October 2012, Brussels.
Fiscal multipliers and fiscal consolidations, Banca d’Italia Public Finance Workshop, 28-31 March 2012, Perugia.
Modelling the sovereign debt crisis in Europe, Presented at United Nations Project LINK meeting, October 2011, New York; and Macromodels Conference 2011, December 2011, Poznan, Poland.
Revival of Traditional Structural Econometric Models?, Central Bank Training Course, Christ's College, Cambridge, September 2011.
RECENT RESEARCH GRANTS
Scottish Government, Provision of macro-forecasting model, 2013-17, £161,398
European employment observatory, Geographical labour mobility in the context of the crisis, 2013, €8,400
Dept for Business, Innovation and Skills, (with D. Wilkinson), The relationship between graduates and economic growth across countries, 2013, £59,364
OECD, Economic growth, productivity and innovation in the UK, 2012, €13,000
Road haulage association, Impact of fuel duty on the macroeconomy, 2012, £4,415
Overseas Development Institute, Effects of EU aid, 2012, £7,500
European Commission, DG Employment, Labour mobility within the EU – the impact of enlargement and the functioning of transitional arrangements, 2011, €60,000
OECD, (with R. Barrell), Properties of fiscal rules, 2011, €15,000
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