Dr. Jonathon Adams-Kane is a research economist with the international finance and macroeconomics team at the Milken Institute. His research is mainly on international capital flows and financial stability, with a focus on analyzing structural changes in the international financial system, how crises spread among countries through international banking, and how financial crises affect firms and households. Adams-Kane’s research has appeared in policy-oriented reports and chapters, highly ranked academic journals and presentations at international conferences. He has worked as a consultant economist at the World Bank and has held teaching appointments at Humboldt State University and Pacific Lutheran University. Adams-Kane received a Ph.D. in international economics from the University of California at Santa Cruz. He works at the Institute's Santa Monica office. More information can be found at jonathonak.com.
Beyond Unintended Consequences: Changes to Foreign Branch Behavior Illustrate Overlooked System-Wide Regulatory Effects