Eduard J. Bomhoff, Prof BSc. Mathematics (Leyden); MSc (Leyden); PhD (cum laude) (NSE)
Eduard J. Bomhoff is a professor of economics and Head of the Economics discipline at the School of Business, Monash University Sunway campus. He has served as Director of the School of Business at the Malaysia campus of the University of Nottingham from 2005 till 2010. In his home country (the Netherlands) , he was professor of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam and Nyenrode Business School. Many of his former students are now professors at business schools in Europe and the US. He has also served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health in the interim government in the Netherlands after the assassination of Pim Fortuyn in May 2002.
His research interests are monetary macroeconomics and economic growth. He has worked at the Bank of Japan and the International Monetary Fund and has been Bundesbank Professor at the Free University of Berlin. He has also held visiting appointments at NTU in Singapore and in Leuven, Kiel and Moscow and has been a consultant or board member at several banks and pension funds. In 2005, he was appointed by the World Values Survey as principal investigator for Malaysia. In his home country, he has been a board member of the Holland Festival, the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and the Netherlands Dance Theatre. In 1998, Queen Beatrix appointed him as Officer in the Order of Oranje-Nassau.
Janneke and Eduard Bomhoff have two children, Jacco and Manja. Hobbies include opera and classical music (since 2004 they are great fans of the MPO) and travel.
Inflation, the quantity theory, and rational expectations, Studies in Monetary Economics, Vol. 5, Amsterdam, North-Holland Publishing Company, 1980, reprinted 1983
Socio-Economic Trends in Malaysia – using the World Values Survey, Uppsala University Press, 2009
Lessons from the Asian Financial Crisis in: Accounting and Business Review, Vol. 6, No. 1 (January 1999) 1-16.
Monetary Policy and Inflation, Chapter 4 in Monetary Policy in Developed Economies, Handbook of comparative economic policies, Vol. 3, edited by Michele U. Fratianni and Dominick Salvatore, Greenwood, Westport, Ct., Greenwood Press, 1993, pp. 93-124
Monetary Reform in Eastern Europe, European Economic Review, Vol. 36, Nos. 2/3, April 1992, pp. 454-458.
Stability of Velocity in the Group of Seven Countries: A Kalman Filter Approach, IMF Staff Papers, Vol. 38, No. 3 September 1991, pp. 626-642
The Term Structure in the U.S., Japan and West-Germany (with Peter C. Schotman), Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, Vol. 28, Spring 1988, pp. 269-314
Bilateral Exchange Rates and Risk Premia (with Kees G. Koedijk), Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 7, No. 2, June 1988, pp. 205-220
Comments on Parkin and Fischer. In: Y. Suzuki and M. Okabe (eds.), Toward a World of Economic Stability, University of Tokyo Press, 1988
A Portfolio Balance Model of Bilateral Exchange Rates (with Kees G. Koedijk). In: K.A. Chrystal and R. Sedgwick (eds.), Exchange Rates and the Open Economy, St. Martin's Press, New York, 1987, pp 54-71
The Dollar-Yen Exchange Rate, Bank of Japan Monetary and Economic Studies, Vol. 5, No. 3, 1987, 1-32
Exchange rate variability and monetary policy under rational expectations: some Euro-American experience 1973-1979, (with Pieter Korteweg), Journal of Monetary Economics, 1983, Vol. 11, pp 167-206. Reprinted in: Exchange Rate Economics Vol. II, edited by Ronald MacDonald and Mark Taylor, (International Library of Critical Writings in Economics edited by Professor Mark Blaug, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited), 1991
Predicting the money-multiplier; A case study for the United States and the Netherlands; Journal of Monetary Economics, April 1977, 325-345