Sebastian Roelands, Ph.D.
Dr. Roelands is a citizen from The Netherlands whose primary research interests include financial markets and the macroeconomy, monetary policy, and banking. His secondary research interest is in international finance and financial risk management.
Prior to teaching at BGSU, Dr. Roelands was an instructor of micro- and macroeconomics at Notre Dame in Indiana.
Ph.D. Economics, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN (2013)
M.A. Economics, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN (2011)
M.Sc. Financial Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2008)
B.Sc. Economics and Business, Erasmus University Rotterdam, (2007)
Assistant Professor of Economics, Bowling Green State University 2013 – present
Distinguished Teaching Award, Department of Economics, Notre Dame 2012
Conference Presentation Grant, Graduate Student Union, Notre Dame 2012
Notebaert Professional Development Award, Graduate School, Notre Dame 2012
Presidential Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Notre Dame 2008–2013
"Housing Wealth and U.S. Money Demand: A Panel Estimation" (2011) with Ivo J.M. Arnold, Contemporary Economic Policy 29 (3), pp. 382-39.
"The Demand for Euros" (2010) with Ivo J.M. Arnold, The Journal of Macroeconomics 32 (2), pp. 674-684.
"Asymmetric Interest Rate Pass-Through from Monetary Policy: The Role of Bank Regulation"
"The Market Structure of the U.S. Banking Sector"
"The Role of Bank Capital in Banks’ Decisions” with Adolfo Barajas, Ralph Chami, Thomas Cosimano, and Dalia Hakura"
2012 Southern Economic Association Conference (New Orleans, LA)
2012 Missouri Economics Conference (Columbia, MO)
2012 International Finance and Banking Society Conference (Valencia, Spain)
2012 Midwest Macroeconomics Meetings (Notre Dame, IN)