Ben Chabot

Financial Economist

(312) 322-6065

Benjamin Chabot is a financial economist in the financial markets and banking group at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. His research interests include asset pricing, banking panics and exchange rates with an emphasis on historical financial markets, institutions and the impact of financial panics and innovations on economic growth.


Prior to joining the Chicago Fed in 2010, Chabot was an assistant professor at the University of Michigan and a visiting professor at Yale University. He is a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Chabot received B.A. degrees in economics and history from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. in economics from Northwestern University.

Chicago Fed Letter
Gene Amromin, Ben Chabot | 2013 | No. 316 | November Download
Economic Perspectives
Ben Chabot, Stefania D’Amico | 2015 | Vol. 39 | 3rd Quarter
Ben Chabot, Gabe Herman | 2013 | Vol. 37 | 4th Quarter Download
Working Papers
Christian Brownlees, Ben Chabot, Eric Ghysels, Christopher Kurz | 2015 | No. 2015-09 | December Download
Ben Chabot, Eric Ghysels, Ravi Jagannathan | 2014 | No. 2014-27 | December Download
Ron Alquist, Ben Chabot | 2010 | No. 2010-13 | January Download
Supplemental Figures to Publications

Chicago Fed Letter, No. 325


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