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  • Schumpeter BSoE Macro Seminar

    Interregional Contact and National Identity

    15.02.2022| Chris Roth, Köln
  • Schumpeter BSoE Macro Seminar

    tba

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

    tba

    01.02.2022| Lucas Herrenbrueck, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver
  • Seminar of the Macro Department

    Wealth inequality cycles

    25.01.2022| Sören Gaum
  • Schumpeter BSoE Macro Seminar

    Identifying Agglomeration Shadows: Long-run Evidence from Ancient Ports

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

    tba

    11.01.2022| Alexander Kriwoluzky
  • Schumpeter BSoE 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
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    What Goes around Comes around: How Large Are Spillbacks from US Monetary Policy?

    Spillovers from US monetary policy entail spillbacks to the domestic economy. Applying counterfactual analyses in a Bayesian proxy structural vector-autoregressive model we find that spillbacks account for a non-trivial share of the slowdown in domestic real activity following a contractionary US monetary policy shock. Spillbacks materialise as a monetary policy tightening depresses foreign sales and ...

    In: Journal of Monetary Economics 131 (2022), S. 45–60 | Max Breitenlechner, Georgios Georgiadis, Ben Schumann
  • Diskussionspapiere 2012 / 2022

    Real Effects of Financial Market Integration: Evidence from an ECB Collateral Framework Change

    Does central bank collateral policy contribute to financial market integration? We address this question by exploiting that, in 2007, the European Central Bank replaced national collateral frameworks by a single list. Under the single list regime, euro area banks could pledge all euro area bank loans as collateral, not only domestic loans as before the framework change. Banks holding a large share ...

    2022| Pia Hüttl, Matthias Kaldorf
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    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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