Assistant Professor

Copenhagen Business School

Chandler Lutz is an Assistant Professor at the Copenhagen Business School in Copenhagen, Denmark. He combines theory, econometrics, and empirical techniques to study housing economics, monetary policy, and macroeconomics. His research interests also include Bayesian econometrics and time series forecasting.

Chandler has received numerous grants and awards related to his research and teaching. Before joining the economics department at CBS, Chandler earned a PhD from The University of California, Riverside and a bachelors of science degree in mathematics and economics at the University of Redlands. At Redlands Chandler played four years of collegiate tennis. He also studied abroad and played tennis at University College London (UCL). Chandler was born and raised in Denver, Colorado.

Published and Forthcoming Papers

The Impact of Conventional and Unconventional Monetary Policy on Investor Sentiment. Forthcoming, Journal of Banking and Finance. 2015. pdf

The Asymmetric Effects of Investor Sentiment. Macroeconomic Dynamics, Forthcoming. 2015. pdf

Systematically Important Banks and Increased Capital Requirements in the Dodd-Frank Era. Forthcoming, Economics Letters. 2015. pdf

The International Impact of US Unconventional Monetary Policy. Applied Economics Letters. 2014. pdf

Working Papers

The Effects of Macroprudential Mortgage Insurance Regulation During a Housing Boom: Evidence from Canada. 2015. pdf

The Consequences of Interest Only Loans for the Housing Boom and Bust. 2015. pdf

Fear and Loathing in the Housing Market: Evidence from Search Query Data. Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Urban Economics. 2015. pdf

Unconventional Monetary Policy, Media Uncertainty, and Expected Stock Market Volatility. Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Economics and Business. 2014. pdf

Unconventional Monetary Policy and Uncertainty. 2014. pdf

Two-Stage Model Averaging: An Application to Forecasting Stock Returns. Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Empirical Finance. 2014. pdf

The Impact of Unconventional Monetary Policy on Real Estate Markets. 2014. pdf