Ross Kendall

Department
Economics
Team
Forecasting Team

Biography

Ross is an Adviser in the Economics Department. He joined the Bank in 2012, and returned in 2018 following a two-year secondment at the Reserve Bank of Australia. At the Reserve Bank of Australia, he spent time in both the International Department (in the International Financial Markets team) and the Economic Research Department. Prior to this, he worked in the Forecasting and Issues and International teams at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Ross has an Honours degree in Economics from the University of Canterbury.

Current research interests

  • The effects of land-use regulations on housing markets
  • Monetary policy frameworks, rules, and modelling
  • The Chinese economy and financial markets

Recent publications

  • Kendall, R and Tulip, P (2018), “The Effect of Zoning on Housing Prices”, Reserve Bank of Australia Research Discussion Paper, March 2018, RDP 2018-03
  • Kendall, R (2017), “The Chinese Interbank Repo Market”, Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin, June 2017 & China’s New Sources of Economic Growth: Human Capital, Innovation and Technological Change, Vol 2,pp. 343-360, ANU Press
  • Kendall, R (2014), “Economic linkages between New Zealand and China”, Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Note, October 2014, AN 2014/06