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Schriftenreihe: DEP (Socioeconomics) discussion papers : macroeconomics and finance series

Nr. Titel Autor Jahr Band
1 Sharks and minnows in a shoal of words: measuring latent ideological positions of German economic research institutes based on text mining techniques Diaf, Sami et al. 2020 2020,1
2 Oil price shocks and protest : can shadow economy mitigate? Ishak, Phoebe W. et al. 2019 2019,1
3 Deciphering professional forecasters´ stories : analyzing a corpus of textual predictions for the German economy Fritsche, Ulrich et al. 2018 2018,4
4 Has macroeconomic forecasting changed after the Great Recession? : panel-based evidence on accuracy and forecaster behaviour from Germany Döpke, Jörg et al. 2018 2018,3
5 A microfounded model of money demand under uncertainty, and some empirical evidence Größl, Ingrid et al. 2018 2018,2
6 Predictability of Euro area revisions Glass, Katharina 2018 2018,1
7 Forecasting growth of U.S. aggregate and household-sector M2 after 2000 using economic uncertainty measures Tarassow, Artur 2017 2017,2
8 Theories, techniques and the formation of German business cycle forecasts : evidence from a survey among professional forecasters Döpke, Jörg et al. 2017 2017,1
9 Are consumers planning consumption according to an Euler equation? Dräger, Lena 2016 2016,5
10 Animal spirits, the stock market, and the unemployment rate : some evidence for German data Fritsche, Ulrich et al. 2016 2016,1
11 Personal insolvency dynamics in Germany and the UK : a SUR-TAR approach König, Nadja 2016 2016,2
12 Household debt and macrodynamics : how do income distribution and insolvency regulations interact? König, Nadja 2016 2016,3
13 Labor productivity slowdown in the developed economies : another productivity puzzle? Erber, Georg et al. 2016 2016,4
14 Cross-border banking and business cycles in asymmetric currency unions Dräger, Lena et al. 2015 2015,1
15 Predicting recessions in Germany with boosted regression trees Döpke, Jörg et al. 2015 2015,5
16 A microfounded model of money demand under uncertainty, and its empirical validation using cointegration and rolling-window dynamic multiplier analysis Größl, Ingrid et al. 2015 2015,4
17 Disagreement à la Taylor : evidence from survey microdata Dräger, Lena et al. 2015 2015,3
18 Market discipline across bank governance models : empirical evidence from German depositors Arnold, Eva et al. 2015 2015,2
19 Real-time macroeconomic data and uncertainty Glass, Katharina et al. 2014 2014,6
20 Financial investment constraints : a panel threshold application to German firm level data Tarassow, Artur 2015 2014,5
21 Catching up with the Joneses and borrowing constraints : an agent-based analysis of household debt König, Nadja et al. 2014 2014,4
22 A money-based indicator for deflation risk Amisano, Gianni et al. 2014 2014,3
23 Evaluating the link between consumers´ savings portfolio decisions, their inflation expectations and economic news Arnold, Eva et al. 2014 2014,2
24 Are consumer expectations theory-consistent? : the role of macroeconomic determinants and central bank communication Dräger, Lena et al. 2014 2014,1
25 Genesis and persistence of trust in banks Größl, Ingrid et al. 2013 2013,7
26 Imperfect information and inflation expectations : evidence from microdata Dräger, Lena et al. 2013 2013,1
27 The real income shares of labor, human and physical capital : determination method and first results for Germany Steffen, Peter E. J. 2013 2013,2
28 The role of data revisions and disagreement in professional forecasts Arnold, Eva 2013 2013,3
29 Money growth and inflation : evidence from a Markov Switching Bayesian VAR Amisano, Gianni et al. 2013 2013,4
30 Anchoring of consumers´ inflation expectations : evidence from microdata Dräger, Lena et al. 2013 2013,5
31 A macroeconometric assessment of Minskys Financial Instability Hpothesis Greenwood-Nimmo, Matthew et al. 2013 2013,6
32 Don´t worry, be right! : survey wording effects on inflation perceptions and expectation Dräger, Lena et al. 2013 2013,8
33 The real income shares of labor, human and physical capital from micro- and macro-data Steffen, Peter E. J. 2013 2013,9
34 Forecasting the Euro : do forecasters have an asymmetric loss function? Fritsche, Ulrich et al. 2012 2012,1
35 International similarities of bank lending practices and varieties of insolvency laws : a comparative analysis of France and Germany Größl, Ingrid et al. 2012 2012,3
36 Forecasting the Brazilian Real and the Mexican Peso : asymmetric loss, forecast rationality, and forecaster herding Fritsche, Ulrich et al. 2012 2012,2

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