Category: Macro

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Macro

Price controls: to do or not to do

Recent spikes in inflation have reignited the debate on price controls: how do consumers perceive price controls and what do economists think.

Macro

On mental models and information

With information technology making learning more accessible, the issue is no longer “access” to information but instead which information resonates and how is processed by individuals.

Macro

On macroeconomic uncertainty

Two interesting new papers on macroeconomic and monetary policy uncertainty.

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Homebuyers’ expectations

Two new papers on how to model house market expectations.

Macro

Understanding sovereign default events

Why do countries default only partially? Do politics matter? A new media based index to predict sovereign default.

Macro

On the possibility of an inflation disaster

A further analysis of inflation prospects for the Eurozone and the U.S.

Macro

The US labor market and inflation

Two new working papers on what the current state of the U.S. labor market implies for future inflation.

Macro

Understanding consumers’ inflation expectations

How is economic uncertainty impacting consumers’ inflation expectations? Do inflation expectations behave differently post-COVID?

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Predictions for 2022

Five economists on what to expect in 2022.

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Monetary-Fiscal policy mix in the US

Two new papers on the conditions under which fiscal spending is expansionary and a model with endogenous regime switch.

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