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Στα αγγλικά μόνο.
“Ireland's Economic Crisis:the good,the bad and the ugly”, Karl Whelan, University College Dublin.
“The diminishing liquidity premium.”, Avi Wohl, Tel Aviv University.
''Capital requirements, bank lending, and macro-prudential policy:evidence from three papers using UK data'' Charles W. Calomiris, Columbia Business School and National Bureau of Economic Research.
|"Liquidity, volatility, and flights to safety in the U.S. Treasury market: evidence from a new class of dynamic order book models", Eric Ghysels, University of North Carolina.|
|08/03/2013||"How important is tourism for the international transmission of cyclical fluctuations? Evidence from the Mediterranean", Fabio Canova, European University Institute.|
Room to move: why some industries drive the trade-specialisation nexus and others do not", Jaap Bos, Maastrict University.
"Skewness, growth options and stock returns”, Luca Del Viva, ESADE Business School.
"Competitive challenges for Cyprus: a view from the Doing Business Report", Augusto Lopez Claros, World Bank and International Finance Corporation.
|17/12/2012||"Why current DSGE models provide a poor basis for forecasting and policy analysis", Aris Spanos, Virginia Tech.|
|30/11/2012||"Moving to a job: the role of home equity, debt, and access to credit", Dmytro Hryshko, University of Alberta.|
|26/11/2012||"The cross-section of industry investment returns", Ilan Cooper, Norwegian Business School (BI) and Tel Aviv University.|
|12/11/2012||"Labour market reform and youth unemployment in Europe", John Driffill, Birkbeck College, University of London.|
|09/11/2012||"Tails of inflation forecasts and tales of monetary policy", Philippe Andrade, Banque de France.|
|29/10/2012||"Finance and growth: a review and agenda", Peter L. Rousseau, Vanderbilt University.|
|22/10/2012||"Prior selection for vector autoregressions", Domenico Giannone, Universite Libre de Bruxelles.|
|18/10/2012||"The optimal currency area in a liquidity trap", Michael Devereux, University of British Columbia.|
|18/10/2012||"Bank ratings: what determines their quality?", Harald Hau, University of Geneva.|
|04/10/2012||"The home bias of the poor: terms of trade effects and portfolios across the wealth distribution", Tobias Broer, Stockholm University.|
|14/09/2012||"Are there common factors in commodity futures returns?", George Skiadopoulos, University of Piraeus.|
|13/09/2012||"Local business cycles and local liquidity", George Korniotis, University of Miami.|
|"Beyond austerity: an SPV to save the eurozone?", Marcus Miller, University of Warwick.|
"The manipulation of Basel risk weights: evidence from 2007-10", Mike Mariathasan, University of Oxford.
"International propagation of the credit crisis", Ian A. Cooper, London Business School.
"Business cycles in Mediterranean countries", Fabio Canova.
"Macroprudential matters", Andy Haldane, Bank of England.
"Can we predict stock market crashes?", William Ziemba, UBC and University of Reading.
"Financial regulation in general equilibrium", Dimitris Tsomocos, Said Business School, University of Oxford.
"Systemically important banks in Cyprus: risks and policy implications", Constantinos Stephanou, World Bank and Financial Stability Board Secretariat.
"Costly labour adjustments: effects of China's employment regulations", Russell Cooper, European University Institutte.
"The UK economy in the crisis and its aftermath: can our models shed any light?", Patrick Minford, Cardiff Business School.
"Generalized Taylor and generalized Calvo price and wage-setting: micro-evidence with macro implications", Huw Dixon, Cardiff Business School.
"Priming ideology? Electoral cycles without electoral incentives among US judges", Daniel L. Chen, Duke Law School.
"US fiscal policy ex ante and ex post", Simon van Norden, HEC Montreal.
"Testing the invariance of expectations models of inflation", David Hendry, University of Oxford.
"Pension plan risk-taking: does it matter if the sponsor is publicly-traded?", Christina Atanasova, Simon Fraser University.
"On the non-exclusivity of loan contracts: an empirical investigation" (with Hans Degryse and Erik von Schedvin), Vasso Ioannidou, Tilburg University.
"Europe: after the crisis", Charles A.E. Goodhart, London School of Economics.
"Routinization-biased technical change, globalization and labour market polarization: does theory fit the facts?", Jean Mercenier, Universite Pantheon-Assas.
"Anxious periods and bank lending", George Kouretas, Athens University of Economics and Business.
"Do sticky prices increase real exchange rate volatility at the sector level?", Mario Crucini, Vanderbilt University.
"Dynamic portfolio choice, predictability and uncertainty", George Skoulakis, University of Maryland.
"Dynamic identification of DSGE models", Serena Ng, Columbia University.
"Housing purchases and the dynamics of housing wealth", Olympia Bover Hidiroglu, Banco de Espana.
"Novel approaches to coherency conditions in LDV modesl with an application to financing constraints and a firm's decision and ability to innovate", Vassilis Hajivassiliou, London School of Economics.
"The EMU sovereign-debt crisis: fundamentals, expectations and contagion", Michael Arghyrou, Cardiff Business School.
"Optimal and time-inconsistent beliefs and preference for commitment", Filippos Papakonstantinou, Imperial College London.
"Search and matching in the housing market", David Genesove, Hebrew University.
"Competitive equilibrium in asset markets with adverse selection", Robert Shimer, University of Chicago.
"Booms and busts: New Keynesian and behavioural explanations", Paul De Grauwe, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.
"Valuing employee_ stock options and restricted stock in the presence of market imperfections", Simon Benninga, Tel Aviv University.
"Hedge funds in M&A deals: is there exploitation of private information?", Nadia Massoud, Schulich School of Business, York University (Toronto).
"Hot and cold in the housing market", Rachel Ngai, London School of Economics.
"Self-fulfilling beliefs and bounded bubbles in the US housing market", Masanori Kashiwagi, European University Institute.
"Dynamic female labour market", Zvi Eckstein, Deputy Governor, Bank of Israel.
"Household search and the aggregate labour market", Jochen Mankart, University of St Gallen.
"The Baltic Dry Index as a predictor: evidence from global equity returns, commodity returns, and global economic activity", George Skoulakis, University of Maryland.
"The predictability of returns with regime shifts in consumption and dividend growth", George Constantinides, University of Chicago.
"A Bayesian approach to optimal monetary policy with parameter and model uncertainty", Kalin Nikolov, Bank of England and London School of Economics.
"From the Cyprus pound to the euro: How close is the central parity rate to the equilibrium rate?", George Kouretas, Athens University of Economics and Business.
"World technology shocks and the real euro-dollar exchange rate", Kyriacos Lambrias, Universite de Toulouse 1 - Sciences Sociales.
"Capital misallocation and aggregate factor productivity", Costas Azariadis, Washington University in St. Louis.
"Unemployment in an estimated new Keynesian model", Frank Smets, European Central Bank.
"Central bank two-way communication with the public and inflation dynamics", Kosuke Aoki, London School of Economics.
"Labour market dynamics when (un)employment is a social norm", Demetris Koursaros, Columbia University.
"Global factors and animal spirits", Ron Smith, Birkbeck College, University of London.
"Exchange rate crises and fiscal solvency", Betty Daniel, University at Albany.
"Short interest and stock market returns in a newly tested market", Alexakis Panagiotis, University of Athens.
"Financial intermediation and credit policy in business cycle analysis", Nobuhiro Kiyotaki, Princeton University.
"The characterization of equity share liquidity during market gap", Ser-Huang Poon, Manchester Business School.
"Is government ownership of banks harmful to growth?", Panicos Demetriades, University of Leicester.
"Long Georgia, short Colorado? The geography of return predictability", George Korniotis, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.