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  • Schumpeter BSE Macro Seminar

    Interregional Contact and National Identity

    15.02.2022| Chris Roth, Köln
  • Schumpeter BSE Macro Seminar


    08.02.2022| Dr. Donggyu Lee, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Schumpeter BSE Macro Seminar


    01.02.2022| Lucas Herrenbrueck, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver
  • Schumpeter BSE Macro Seminar

    Identifying Agglomeration Shadows: Long-run Evidence from Ancient Ports

    25.01.2022| Richard Hornbeck, Chicago
  • Seminar of the Macro Department

    Wealth inequality cycles

    25.01.2022| Sören Gaum
  • Seminar of the Macro Department


    11.01.2022| Alexander Kriwoluzky
  • Schumpeter BSE Macro Seminar

    Spillovers and Redistribution through Intra-Firm Networks: The Product Replacement Channel (joint with Jay Hyun)

    04.01.2022| Prof. Ryan Kim, Johns Hopkins University
  • Diskussionspapiere 1995 / 2022

    A Behavioral Heterogeneous Agent New Keynesian Model

    We develop a New Keynesian model with household heterogeneity and bounded rationality in the form of cognitive discounting. The interaction of household heterogeneity and bounded rationality generates amplification of monetary and fiscal policy through indirect general equilibrium effects while simultaneously ruling out the forward guidance puzzle and remaining stable at the effective lower bound. ...

    2022| Oliver Pfäuti, Fabian Seyrich
  • Diskussionspapiere 1993 / 2022

    Sovereign Bonds since Waterloo

    This paper studies external sovereign bonds as an asset class. It compiles a new database of 266,000 monthly prices of foreign-currency government bonds traded in London and New York between 1815 (the Battle of Waterloo) and 2016, covering up to 91 countries. The main insight is that, as in equity markets, the returns on external sovereign bonds have been sufficiently high to compensate for risk. Real ...

    2022| Josefin Meyer, Carmen M. Reinhart, Christoph Trebesch
  • Externe referierte Aufsätze

    Signalling Creditworthiness with Fiscal Austerity

    Sovereign borrowers may tighten their fiscal stance in order to signal their creditworthiness to lenders. In a model of sovereign debt with incomplete information, I show that a trustworthy country may reduce its debt beyond the optimal level in order to separate itself from less reliable countries. Since austerity is costly, the gains in the price of debt from separating need to be high enough, as ...

    In: European Economic Review 144 (2022), 104090, 27 S. | Anna Gibert
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