Daniel J. Nadler
Daniel J. Nadler
Daniel J. Nadler is a PhD Candidate at Harvard University and a Visiting Scholar at the United States Federal Reserve. His writings have been featured in The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. His forthcoming book, The Global Debt Crisis (2013), is being published by the Brookings Institution. In 2012 Daniel was profiled on CNN's What's Next, a program featuring "forward-looking thinkers in the fields of tech, science and social change who will help shape our collective future."
Daniel is currently a Visiting Scholar at the United States Federal Reserve. His research there includes tracking the asset allocation strategies of major institutional investment funds.
Daniel's academic macro-economic research on sovereign bond markets has been covered across the global financial media, including The Wall Street Journal, and his writings and analysis of stock markets have been featured in Bloomberg. His recent article in Bloomberg, “Strong Dollar Advocates Make a Weak Case” discussed a mathematical model he created that successfully predicted every intermediate S&P 500 market bottom and top since 2008, and which had never before appeared in the financial media. At 28, Daniel was one of the youngest people ever to be published in VOX, which features research from leading economists around the world. His research for VOX was coauthored with Harvard Economics Professor Alberto Alesina.
Daniel’s forthcoming book with Harvard Government Professor Paul Peterson, The Global Debt Crisis (2013), for Brookings Institution Press, explores how Federal systems around the world are uniquely affected by the global sovereign debt crisis, and outlines policy recommendations to better confront the crisis. Daniel and Professor Peterson recently published a widely reviewed article on this subject in a special edition of the University of Chicago Law Review, which was cited by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist George F. Will.
Internationally, Daniel’s economic research and analysis has been translated into over a dozen languages.
Daniel’s other major area of research centers around the political use of Internet technology and social media, and he recently authored a chapter on the subject that appeared in The Unheavenly Chorus: Political Voice and the Promise of American Democracy (Kay Lehman Schlozman, Sidney Verba & Henry E. Brady), which was published in 2012 by Princeton University Press. His research on the use of social media in the 2012 Presidential Election, “Which candidates do the public discuss online in an election campaign?: The use of social media by 2012 presidential candidates and its impact on candidate salience” was recently published in a special edition of Government Information Quarterly.
Outside of academia Daniel is an internet entrepreneur and inventor. In 2012, Daniel was profiled on CNN's What's Next, a program featuring "forward-looking thinkers in the fields of tech, science and social change" and "the big ideas and events that will help shape our collective future."
USPTO 29/374,127 "Digital music player interface for the temporal navigation of discreet instances of media, and for enabling navigable time-elapsed visualizations thereof"
Taubman 303, HKS