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Professor Alan M. Taylor awarded the Houblon-Norman/George Fellowship of the Bank of England

Professor Alan M. Taylor has been awarded the Houblon-Norman/George Fellowship of the Bank of England in 2009-2010. The fellowships are awarded "to promote research into and disseminate knowledge and understanding of the working, interaction and function of financial business institutions in Great Britain and elsewhere and the economic conditions affecting them". Fellows engage in full-time research on an economic or financial topic of their own choice, preferably one that could be studied with particular advantage at the Bank of England. Former recipients of the fellowship include Thomas Sargent, Robert Barro, UC Davis economist Chris Meissner, and UC Davis economics undergraduate alumnus and professor of economics at the University of Chicago, Anil Kashyap.