Finn is an Economic Analyst in the Policy Research and Development team in the Economics Department. Finn was a summer intern at the Reserve Bank over 2016/2017, working in the Prudential Supervision department. He re-joined the bank as an Economic Analyst in the Forecasting Team in 2018, after graduating from the University of Otago with a Master of Economics.
Current research interests:
- Understanding the dual mandate
- Labour economics
- Business cycles
- Forecasting and business surveys
- Robinson, F (2020) “Vacancies, unemployment, and labour market slack in New Zealand” Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Note, September 2020, AN2020/07.
- Culling, J, and F Robinson (2020) “Employment and hours worked adjustment in New Zealand’s labour market” Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Note, February 2020, AN2020/03.
- Ball, C, N Groshenny, Ö Karagedikli, M Özbilgin, and F Robinson (2020) “Low wage growth and job-to-job transitions: Evidence from administrative data in New Zealand” CAMA Working Paper, 15/2020.
- Robinson, F, J Culling, and G Price (2019) “Evaluating indicators of labour market capacity in New Zealand” Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Note, June 2019, AN2019/09.
- Jacob, P, and F Robinson (2019) “Suite as! Augmenting the Reserve Bank’s output gap indicator suite” Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Note, June 2019, AN2019/08.
- Callaghan, M; Culling J and Robinson F (2018) “Ageing is a drag: Projecting labour force participation in New Zealand” Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Note, November 2018, AN2018/10