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Contact Information

Details available upon request   e-mail: a.mark.rempel@gmail.com Canadian Citizenship    website: www.markrempel.org


Education

PhD., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Joint Degree in Economics & Finance — In Progress
A.M., University of Pennsylvania, Economics — 2015
M.A., University of Toronto, Economics — 2012
B.A. (Honours), McGill University, Economics & Mathematics (dual major) — 2011


Professional Experience

Bank of Canada, Funds Management & Banking Research Division:
Visiting Researcher — Jan. 2018
Economist / Analyst       — Jan. 2013 - May 2014 / Aug. 2015 - Jun. 2016
Research Assistant — Apr. 2012 - Dec. 2012


Publications

“Improving Overnight Loan Identification in Payments Systems,” 2016, Journal of Money,
Credit and Banking, 48(2-3), pp. 549-564.


Working Papers

“ Intraday Trade Dynamics in Short-Term Funding Markets” (co-author: Francisco
Rivadeneyra)


Honours & Awards

Wisconsin School of Business, Doctoral Travel Awards — 2017
Wisconsin School of Business, Doctoral Fellowship — 2016-2018
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Doctoral Fellowship — 2014-2015
University of Toronto, Graduate Fellowship — 2011
McGill University, Dean’s Honour List — 2010


Conferences Presented

Econometric Society, European Summer Meeting — 2017
Midwest Macroeconomics Workshop, Summer Meeting — 2016
Bank of Canada Fellowship Exchange — 2016
Canadian Economics Association Conference — 2013


Referee and Other Service

Journal of Money, Credit and Banking — 2016


Research Assistance

UW-Madison Dean Corbae — Jan. 2018 - present
McGill University Biostatistics Department — Summer 2011
Bank of Canada Jason Allen — Summer 2010


Teaching Assistance

Wisconsin School of Business, FIN 320 - Investments — Fall 2017
Wisconsin School of Business, FIN 330 - Derivative Securities — 2016-2017
University of Toronto, Applied Econometrics and Forecasting — 2011-2012


Programming Proficiencies

R, Matlab, Fortran, Bash (Linux scripting), parallel computing (i.e. MP / MPI)


Languages

English (native), German (elementary), French (elementary)
Last Updated: Spring 2018