Victoria University of Wellington, Affiliate
Viv is a Professor at Victoria University of Wellington and has held the Macarthy Chair of Economics since July 1989.
He was previously Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Sydney. Viv’s research and teaching interests span macroeconomic theory, modelling, and policy, with particular focus on monetary policy, fiscal policy, and inflation. His current research involves: New Zealand and Australian business cycle analysis; and implications for New Zealand of an Australasian currency, or a common currency with the U.S. dollar.
Hall, Viv and Angela Huang. 2003. "Would Adopting the US Dollar Have Led to Improved Inflation, Output and Trade Balances for New Zealand in the 1990s?" Motu Working Paper 03-14.
Hall, Viv and John McDermott. 2004. "Regional Business Cycles in New Zealand: Do They Exist? What Might Drive Them?" Motu Working Paper 04-10.
- Hall, Viv and John McDermott. 2007. "A Quarterly Post-World War II Real GDP Series for New Zealand," Motu Working Paper 07-13.
- Hall, Viv; John McDermott and James Tremewan. 2006. "The Ups and Downs of New Zealand House Prices," Motu Working Paper 06-03.
Hall, Viv and Angela Huang. 2004. "Would Adopting the US Dollar Have Led to Improved Inflation, Output and Trade Balances, for New Zealand in the 1990s?" New Zealand Economic Papers, 38:1, pp. 49-63.