David is Professor of Financial Economics at Imperial College Business School. Between 2009 and 2015 he was a member of the Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of England. His research focuses on policy issues connected with financial stability, the housing market and the setting of monetary policy. David was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2016 for services to monetary policy. He is also a member of a member of the Budget Responsibility Committee at the Office for Budget Responsibility.
- And Yet it Moves: Inflation and the Great Recession
- Brexit, Financial Markets and the Wider Economy
- House Prices and Growth with Fixed Land Supply
- UK House Prices and Three Decades of Decline in the Risk Free Real Interest Rate
- The Half Life of Economic Injustice
- How long does economic injustice last?
- Macroeconomic impacts of changes in life expectancy and fertility
Selected working papers
- Capital requirements, monetary policy and the fundamental problem of bank risk taking
- Houses Across Time and Space
- How much will a house cost in 100 years?
- UK Mortgage Markets, Problems and Prospects
- Capital Requirements, Monetary Policy and Bank Risk
- Podcast | What’s happening with government debt
- COVID-19 and Brexit – Britain’s journey through troubled waters
- The UK lockdown: Balancing costs against benefits
- QE is not helicopter money – and yet it is useful
- Will inflation make a comeback after the crisis ends?