New column on the ‘Trump effect’ on the US economy at VoxEU.

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Call for Papers for the 1st European Midwest Micro/Macro Conference (EM3C) I organize jointly with the CEPR and a number of researchers from Europe and the US. Application deadline: May 31, 2018.

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Selected Publications

(2017). Time-Varying Business Volatility and the Price Setting of Firms. Journal of Monetary Economics, accepted.

Published Version Ungated CEPR DP No. 9702 (old) NBER WP No. 19180 (old)

(2016). Testing for Serial Correlation in Fixed-Effects Panel Data Models. Econometric Reviews, 35(7), pp. 1290-1316.

Code Published Version Working Paper

(2014). Risk Matters: The Real Effects of Volatility Shocks: Comment. American Economic Review, 104(12), pp. 4231-4239.

Code Published Version Working Paper Web Appendix

(2014). Policy Risk and the Business Cycle. Journal of Monetary Economics, 68, pp. 68-85.

Code Published Version Working Paper Web Appendix

(2014). Central Bank Communication on Financial Stability. Economic Journal, 124(577), pp. 701-734.

Published Version VoxEU Bloomberg

Working Papers

More Publications

(2018). Does Austerity Pay Off?. Revised and resubmitted to Review of Economics and Statistics.

Latest Version Earlier CEPR DP No. 10425 VoxEU Ökonomenstimme

(2018). The Costs of Economic Nationalism: Evidence from the Brexit Experiment. Submitted.

CEPR DP No. DP12454 Ungated VoxEU

(2017). Asymmetric Impulse Responses. Coming soon.

Teaching

Fall 2018

  • Macroeconomics (B.Sc.)

Thesis Supervison

To apply for supervision, please email me the following items:

  • Up-to-date transcript
  • Short CV
  • Rough description of what you’re interested in
  • Time period in which you want to write your thesis

Past Teaching

  • Dynamic Macroeconomics (M.Sc. / Ph.D.) - Syllabus
  • Time Series Econometrics (M.Sc.) - Syllabus
  • Econometrics (M.Sc.) - Syllabus
  • New Approaches in Structural Macroeconometrics (Ph.D.) - Syllabus
  • Project Modules (M.Sc.)
  • Topics in Business Cycles I/II (Ph.D.)
  • Seminar in Fiscal Policy (M.Sc.)
  • Makroökonomik B (Intermediate Macroeconomics) (B.Sc.)

Contact

Office Hour: upon request during the semester break