Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Department of Economics and Business
Ramon Trias Fargas, 25-27
- Contract Theory, Labour Theory, Learning Theory, Macroeconomics and Monetary Theory
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Journal of Monetary Economics, 119, 2021, 1-20
Journal of Economic Theory, 196, article 105290, 2021
The Review of Economic Studies, 87 (5), 2020, 2165-2204
Econometrica, 87 (5), 2019, 1589-1631
Journal of Monetary Economics, 59 (8), 2012, 815-825
Journal of Economic Theory, 146 (3), 2011, 976-1008
Review of Economic Dynamics, 11 (3), 2008, 493-514
B. E Journal of Macroeconomics, 7 (1), 2007, Article 3
Journal of Political Economy, 112 (4), 2004, 817-847
The Manchester School, 72 (s1), 2004, 19-33
Journal of Monetary Economics, 50 (8), 2003, 1701-1718
Lessons from the Great Financial Crisis in Perspective
In Y. Casis and J. J. van Helten (eds.), The Legacy of the Global Financial Crisis. Bloomsbury, 2021, Chapter 4, 65-86.
The Fiscal Theory of Money as an Unorthodox Financial Theory of the Firm
In A. Leijonhufvud (ed.), Monetary Theory as a Basis for Monetary Policy, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2021, 72-95.
Short Bio and Picture
Ramon Marimon is CREI Associate Researcher, Professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona School of Economics Affiliated Professor and European University Institute part-time Professor. Fellow of the Econometric Society and of the European Economic Association and Research Fellow of CEPR and NBER. Former Economics Professor and Pierre Werner Chair at the European University Institute, Assistant and Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota. He also taught at Cambridge University and Stanford University. Chairman of the Barcelona School of Economics (2011-2018), President of the Society of Economic Dynamics (2012-2015) and of the Spanish Economic Association (2004), Director of the Max Weber Programme of the EUI (2006-2013). He was a co-founder of UPF and Dean and Chair of Economics and Business (1990-1992), and founder and acting Director of CREI (1994). He was Secretary of State for Science and Technology in Spain (2000-2002). His research interests include Macroeconomics, Monetary and Fiscal Theory, Contract Theory, Learning Theory and Labor Theory, with a special emphasis on European economic issues.
- “The Envelope Theorem, Euler and Bellman Equations, without Differentiability” (with J. Werner), Journal of Economic Theory, 196, 2021, article 105309.
- “Breaking the Spell with Credit-Easing: Self-Confirming Credit Crises in Competitive Search Economies” (with G. Gaballo), Journal of Monetary economics, ,119, 2021, 1-20.
- “Commitment in Organisations and the Competition for Talent” (with T. Cooley and V. Quadrini), The Review of Economic Studies, 87 (5), 2020, 2165-2204.
- “Recursive Contracts” (with A. Marcet), Econometrica, 87 (5), 2019, 1589-1631.
- “Money as an Experience Good: Competition and Trust in the Private Provision of Money” (with J. P. Nicolini and P. Teles), Journal of Monetary Economics, 59 (8), 2012, 815-825.
- “Nominal Debt as a Burden to Monetary Policy” (with J. Diaz-Giménez, G. Giovannetti and P. Teles), Review of Economic Dynamics, 11 (3), 2008, 493-514.
- “Aggregate Consequences of Limited Contract Enforceability” (with T. Cooley and V. Quadrini), Journal of Political Economy, 112 (4), 2004, 817-847.
- “Indeterminacy of Equilibria in a Hyperinflationary World: Experimental Evidence” (with S. Sunder), Econometrica, 61 (5), 1993, 1073-1107.