Proponents of nominal GDP level targeting
The following economists support NGDP level targeting to some degree (as far as we can tell). Please check the links to read their views in their own words.
NGDP level targeting is better than inflation targeting
Scott Sumner - Professor of economics at Bentley University.
Christina Romer - Professor of economics at the University of California.
Marcus Nunes - Professor and consultant.
Nick Rowe - Professor of economics at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
David Beckworth - Assistant professor of economics at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.
George Selgin - Professor of economics in the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.
Andy Harless - Chief economist at Atlantic Asset Management.
Josh Hendrickson - Assistant professor of economics at the University of Mississippi.
Tyler Cowen - Professor of economics at George Mason University.
Brad DeLong - Professor of economics at U.C Berkeley.
David Eagle - Associate Professor of Finance at Eastern Washington University.
NGDP level targeting hangarounds
Economists in favor of NGDP targeting (without the level part) or who believes NGDP level targeting would at least be useful at the moment.
Bennett McCallum - Professor of economics at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business.
Paul Krugman - Nobel laureate, professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University, centenary professor at the London School of Economics.
Steven G. Horwitz - Professor of economics at St. Lawrence University
Jan Hatzius - Goldman Sachs′ chief US economist.