Recent Publications

Fornaro, L.,

"A Theory of Monetary Union and Financial Integration"


Forthcoming in The Review of Economic Studies, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Debortoli, D., R. Nunes and P. Yared,

"Optimal Fiscal Policy without Commitment: Revisiting Lucas-Stokey"


Journal of Political Economy, 2021, 129(5), 1640-1665

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Debortoli, D.,

"Comment on “Redesigning EU Fiscal Rules: From Rules to Standards” by O. Blanchard, A. Leandro and J. Zettelmeyer"


Forthcoming in Economic Policy, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Martin, A., F. Broner, D. Clancy and A. Erce,

"Fiscal Multipliers and Foreign Holdings of Public Debt"


Forthcoming in The Review of Economic Studies, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

R. Barnichon, D. Debortoli and C. Matthes,

"Understanding the Size of the Government Spending Multiplier: It’s in the Sign"


Forthcoming in The Review of Economic Studies, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Galí, J., P. Andrade, H. Le Bihan and J. Matheron,

"Should the ECB Adjust its Strategy in the Face of a Lower r*?"


Forthcoming in Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Nagy, D.,

"Quantitative Economic Geography meets History: Questions, Answers and Challenges"


Forthcoming in Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

di Giovanni, J., S. Kalemi-Özcan, M. Ulu and Y.S. Baskaya,

"International Spillovers and Local Credit Cycles"


Forthcoming in The Review of Economic Studies, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Schaal, E., P. Fajgelbaum, A. Khandelwal, W. Kim and C. Mantovani,

"Optimal Lockdown in a Commuting Network"


Forthcoming in American Economic Review: Insights, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Asriyan, V., L. Laeven and A. Martin,

"Collateral Booms and Information Depletion"


Forthcoming in The Review of Economic Studies, 2021

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

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