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Applied Economics Letters, ISSN 1350-4851, 12/2014, Volume 20, Issue 18, p. 1640
  High levels of social capital, by fostering cooperation and coordination, have direct implications for the intensity of collective action problems in a... 
Studies | Fiscal policy | Gross Domestic Product--GDP | Industrialized nations | Adjustments | Social capital | Social change
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Economica, ISSN 0013-0427, 10/2017, Volume 84, Issue 336, pp. 682 - 711
We study the development of bank lending in the USA after four large jumps in uncertainty using an event study approach. We find that more liquid banks slow... 
EURO-AREA | CREDIT | TRANSMISSION | LIQUIDITY | RISK-TAKING | CHANNEL | INVESTMENT | IRREVERSIBILITY | MONETARY-POLICY | ECONOMICS | SHOCKS | Banks (Finance) | Economics | Loans | Uncertainty | Economic conditions | Bank loans
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Journal of Policy Modeling, ISSN 0161-8938, 11/2010, Volume 32, Issue 6, p. 778
This paper examines the pass-through from the market interest rate to the rate charged on bank loans using aggregate data for the U.K. Thereby, we explicitly... 
Supply & demand | Studies | Bank loans | Liquidity | Interest rates
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Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, ISSN 0165-1889, 08/2014, Volume 45, p. 94
  We develop a simple experimental setting to evaluate the role of the Taylor principle, which holds that the nominal interest rate has to respond more than... 
Studies | Inflation | Interest rates | Impact analysis
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Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, ISSN 0165-1889, 08/2016, Volume 69, p. 1
  According to the expectations channel, a fiscal consolidation may give rise to less contractionary, or even expansionary effects on consumption, despite a... 
Consumption | Studies | Expectations | Fiscal policy | Savings | Stocks | Tax increases
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The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, ISSN 0347-0520, 04/2016, Volume 118, Issue 2, pp. 292 - 323
We study the effect of the size of the welfare state on demographic trends in OECD member countries. Exploiting exogenous variation in public social spending,... 
J18 | Divorce | welfare state | D62 | marriage | fertility | H31 | H53 | J12 | risk sharing | J13 | Fertility | Welfare state | Risk sharing | Marriage | UNITED-STATES | FISCAL-POLICY | LAWS | DISTRIBUTIVE POLITICS | RAISE DIVORCE RATES | ECONOMICS | DEFICITS | BENEFITS | Studies | Economic trends | Public assistance programs | Demographics | Economic theory | Manycountries | Social conditions & trends | International
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Economica, ISSN 0013-0427, 04/2015, Volume 82, Issue 326, pp. 201 - 221
In this paper we analyse how the availability of credit influences the relationship between government size as a proxy for fiscal stabilization policy and the... 
EUROPE | AUTOMATIC STABILIZERS | FINANCE | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM | GROWTH | MULTIPLIERS | VARIABLES | ECONOMICS | FISCAL-POLICY | RULES | CONSUMPTION | Business cycles | Studies | Fiscal policy | Government agencies | Industrialized nations | Credit control | Economic stabilization
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Applied Economics Letters, ISSN 1350-4851, 04/2013, Volume 20, Issue 6, p. 530
  We study empirically how the development of financial systems influences the magnitude of output growth fluctuations in a sample of OECD countries between... 
Studies | Economic models | Business cycles | Industrialized nations | Banking industry | Economic development
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Applied economics letters, ISSN 1350-4851, 04/2013, Volume 20, Issue 6, pp. 530 - 533
We study empirically how the development of financial systems influences the magnitude of output growth fluctuations in a sample of OECD countries between 1995... 
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Scandinavian journal of economics, ISSN 0347-0520, 04/2016, Volume 118, Issue 2, pp. 292 - 323
We study the effect of the size of the welfare state on demographic trends in OECD member countries. Exploiting exogenous variation in public social spending,... 
Studies | Economic trends | Public assistance programs | Demographics | Manycountries | Social conditions & trends | Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development | International
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Applied Economics, ISSN 0003-6846, 06/2011, Volume 43, Issue 17, p. 2177
We analyse the adjustment process of consumption growth after disequilibrating output shocks in a sample of Organization for Economic Cooperation and... 
Consumption | Studies | Disequilibrium | Borrowing | Industrialized nations
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Applied Economics Letters, ISSN 1350-4851, 01/2012, Volume 19, Issue 1, p. 7
Using the Dynamic Conditional Correlation (DCC) model due to Engle (2002), we estimate time-varying correlations of quarterly real GDP growth among the G7... 
Studies | Gross Domestic Product--GDP | Economic models | Economic growth | Correlation analysis | Industrialized nations
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Journal of International Money and Finance, ISSN 0261-5606, 2010, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp. 236 - 251
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Journal of International Money and Finance, ISSN 0261-5606, 03/2010, Volume 29, Issue 2, p. 251
  In this paper we analyze equilibrium determinacy in a sticky price model in which the pass-through from policy rates to retail interest rates is sluggish and... 
International comparisons | Studies | Economic models | Monetary policy | Equilibrium | Eurozone | Interest rates
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Journal of Macroeconomics, ISSN 0164-0704, 12/2011, Volume 33, Issue 4, p. 568
In this paper we evaluate the hypothesis that the Great Moderation is partly the result of a less activist monetary policy. We simulate a New Keynesian model... 
Studies | Economic models | Federal Reserve monetary policy | Keynesian theory | Interest rates
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The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, ISSN 0347-0520, 3/2012, Volume 114, Issue 1, pp. 55 - 78
In this paper, we study the importance of marriage for interstate risk sharing in the US.We find that US federal states in which married couples account for a... 
Divorce | Spreading risk | Bank loans | Consumer economics | Interstate banking | Default divorces | Divorce law | Credit risk | Credit insurance | Proxy reporting | family law | E21 | marriage | G21 | Risk sharing | divorce | J12 | K36 | Family law | Marriage | COUNTRIES | MARKETS | FAMILY | LAWS | DEREGULATION | ECONOMICS | ARRANGEMENTS | CONSUMPTION INSURANCE | TRANSFERS | IMPLICIT CONTRACTS | Studies | Couples | Economic theory | Social conditions & trends | Economics
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Journal of Macroeconomics, ISSN 0164-0704, 09/2008, Volume 30, Issue 3, p. 1207
  This paper investigates the business cycle implications of limited pass-through from market interest rates to retail interest rates based on a calibrated... 
Studies | Economic models | Inflation | Business cycles | Volatility | Banks | Interest rates
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Open Economies Review, ISSN 0923-7992, 4/2011, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp. 317 - 337
In this paper we apply GMM estimation to assess the relevance of domestic versus external determinants of CPI inflation dynamics in a sample of OECD countries... 
Small open economies | C52 | E31 | F41 | New Keynesian Phillips Curve | C32 | Development Economics | Expected terms of trade fluctuations | GMM estimation | International Economics | Inflation dynamics | Economics / Management Science | MONETARY-POLICY | ECONOMICS | Keynesian economics | Inflation (Finance) | Usage | Analysis | Phillips curve | Studies | International trade | Keynesian theory
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German Economic Review, ISSN 1465-6485, 1900, p. n/a
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