Michael is an Adviser in the Policy Analysis team in the Economics Department, after originally joining the Bank in 2015 to work on the Financial Stability Report. Prior to joining the Bank, he worked at the Bank of England for over a decade on issues related to financial stability, financial crisis management and macroprudential policy.
Michael has an MPhil degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge.
Current research interests:
- Financial institutions and financial markets.
- Unconventional monetary policy.
- Thornley, M (2016), “Financial stability risks from housing market cycles”, Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin, July 2016 (Vol. 79, No. 12)