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VerfasserIn:Oesterreichische Nationalbank  
Publication history: 18.1994 -
Publisher: ÖNB (Wien)
Other edition(s): Internetausg.: Österreichische Nationalbank <Wien>: Working papers / ÖNB, Österreichische Nationalbank
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TitleVolume no.Year of Publication
How does quality impact on import prices?1752011
Regulatory medicine against financial market instability1742011
Decomposition of wealth and income using micro data from Austria1732011
Credit risk in general equilibrium1722011
Households' foreign currency borrowing in Central and Eastern Europe1712011
Bank bailouts, international linkages and cooperation1702011
Can regional transfers buy public support?1692011
Stock market volatility, consumption and investment1682011
Does the broad public want to consolidate public debt?1672011
Firms' reactions to the crisis and their consequences for the labour market1662010
Independence tests based on symbolic dynamics1652010
Bank lending standards, the cost channel and inflation dynamics1642010
Short-term forecasting GDP with a DSGE model augmented by monthly indicators1632010
Has the Euro changed the business cycle?1622010
Nominal and real wage rigidities1612010
Spatial filtering, model uncertainty and the speed of income convergence in Europe1602010
Euroization in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe1592009
Trust in banks?1582009
The sensitivity of DSGE models' results to data detrending1572009
Financial networks, cross holdings, and limited liability1562009
Systemic risk: amplification effects, externalities, and policy responses1552009
Country size, currency unions, and international asset returns1542009
The impact of reference norms on inflation persistence when wages are staggered1532009
Are banks different?1522009
Why did we fail to predict GDP during the last cycle?1512009
How to find plausible, severe, and useful stress scenarios1502009
Expected monetary policy and the dynamics of bank lending rates1492009
Comparing the new Keynesian Phillips Curve with time series models to forecast inflation1482008
Inequality and growth1472008
The optimal mix between funded and unfunded pensions systems when people care about relative consumption1462008
Transmission of business cycle shocks between the US and the euro area1452008
Dating and forecasting turning points by Bayesian clustering with dynamic structure1442008
Risk-premia, carry-trade dynamcis, and speculative efficiency of currency markets1432008
Testing the tax competition theory: How elastic are national tax bases in western Europe?1422008
The real consequences of financial market integration when countries are heterogeneous1412008
Euroization - what factors drive its persistence?1402008
Mr. Wicksell and the global economy1392008
Real convergence, price level convergence and inflation differentials in Europe1382007
Transmission of business cycle shocks between unequal neighbours1372007
The relative importance of symmetric and asymmetric shocks1362007
Has the EU's single market programme fostered competition?1352007
Central bank interventions, communication and interest rate policy in emerging European economies1342006
A deliberative independent central bank1332006
AQM-06: the macroeconomic model of the OeNB1322006
Expected money growth, Markov trends and the instability of money demand in the euro area1312006
A worldwide system of reference rates1302006
Are monetary rules and reforms complements or substitutes?1292006
Three lectures on monetary theory and policy1282006
Proposal for a common currency among rich democracies1272006
Monetary unions, external shocks and economic performance1262006
Regional currency arrangements1252006
Responses to monetary policy shocks in the east and the west of Europe1242006
The mystique of central bank speak1232006
Exchange-rate arrangements and financial integration in East Asia1222006
Regional currency arrangements in North America1212006
Europe's hard fix1202006
An unobserved components model to forecast Austrian GDP1192006
Interest rate pass-through, monetary policy rules and macroeconomic stability1182006
Do bank-based financial systems reduce macroeconomic volatility by smoothing interest rates?1172006
Financial systems and the cost channel transmission of monetary policy shocks1162006
The London stock exchange in the 19th century1152006
The determinants of multinational banking during the first globalization, 1870 - 19141142006
Lessons from Italian monetary unification1132006
Did Genoa and Venice kick a financial revolution in the quattrocento?1122006
European financial market integration in the Gründerboom and Gründerkrach1112006
Does diversification improve the performance of German banks?1102006
Bankruptcy law, creditors' rights and contractual exchange in Europe, 1808 - 19141092006
European banks and their impact on the banking industry in Chile and Brazil1082006
Legal-political factors and the historical evolution of the finance-growth link1072006
Equilibrium exchange rates in transition economies1062005
Trade integration of Central and Eastern European countries1052005
Does money matter for inflation in the Euro area?1032005
Estimates of the open economy New Keynesian Phillips Curve for Euro area countries1022005
How frequently do consumer prices change in Austria?1012005
The price-setting behavior of Austrian firms1002005
The effect of capital requirement regulation on the transmission of monetary policy992005
The European Monetary Union as a commitment device for new EU member states982005
Financial differences and business cycle co-movements in a currency area972005
Managerial behavior and cost/profit efficiency in the banking sectors of Central and Eastern European countries962005
On the design of sustainable and fair PAYG pension systems when cohort sizes change952005
What do German short-term interest rates tell us about future inflation?942004
Understanding the stock market's response to monetary policy shocks932004
Exchange rate regimes past, present and future922004
Forecasting Austrian inflation912004
Modeling credit aggregates902004
Forecasting Austrian GDP using the generalized dynamic factor model892004
Three decades of money demand studies882004
Bank capital, liquidity and systemic risk872004
Testing for longer horizon predictability of return volatility with an application to the German DAX862003
Investigating asymmetries in the bank lending channel852003
Searching for the natural rate of interest842003
The business cycle of European countries832003
How do debit cards affect cash demand?822003
How robust are money demand estimations?812003
Does central bank intervention influence the probability of a speculative attack?802002
Risk assessment for banking systems792002
Job creation and job destruction in a regulated labor market782002
Why did central banks intervene in the EMS?772002
The potential consequences of alternative exchange rate regimes762002
Central European EU accession and Latin American integration752002
The great exchange rate debate after Argentina742002
Forecasting Austrian HICP and its components using VAR and ARIMA models732002
Monetary integration in the Southern Cone722002
EMU and accession countries712002
Fiscal and monetary policy coordination in EMU702002
Reflections on the optimal curreny area (OCA)692002
Monetary union682002
An evaluation of monetary regime options for Latin America672002
Growth, integration and macroeconomic policy design662002
Dollarization and economic performance652002
The federal design of a central bank in a monetary union642002
Wage formation in open economies and the role of monetary and wage-setting institutions632002
Growth, convergence and EU membership622002
Price dynamics in Central and Eastern European EU accession countries612002
The empirical performance of option based densities of foreign exchange602002
Evaluating density forecasts with an application to stock market returns592002
Credit channel and investment behavior in Austria582002
Banking regulation and systemic risk572002
Asymmetries in bank lending behaviour562002
The effectiveness of central bank intervention in the EMS552001
New international monetary arrangements and the exchange rate542001
Why is the business-cycle behavior of fundamentals alike across exchange-rate regimes?532001
Beyond bipolar522001
Assessing inflation targeting after a decade of world experience512001
Macroeconomic fundamentals and the DM/$ exchange rate502001
Arbitrage and optimal portfolio choice with financial constraints492001
A regulatory regime for financial stability482001
The ECB monetary policy strategy472001
Exchange rates, prices and money462001
Is there an asymmetric effect of monetary policy over time?452001
The Euro area and the single monetary policy442001
The bank, the states, and the market432001
Integration, disintegration and trade in Europe422000
Is there a credit channel in Austria?412000
Central banks in European emerging market economies in the 1990s402000
Democracy and markets391999
On the real effects of monetary policy381999
Estimation of the term structure of interest rates371999
Heterogeneities within industries and structure-performance models361998
Room for manoeuvre of economic policy in EU countries351998
The impact of EMU on European unemployment341998
Core inflation in selected European Union countries331998
Price level convergence among United States cities321998
The usual suspects?311998
Goods arbitrage and real exchange rate stationarity291998
Structural budget deficits and sustainability of fiscal positions in the European Union261998
Sources of currency crises251998
Exchange rates and monetary policy in Central Europe241997
Will asymmetric shocks pose a serious problem in EMU?231996
Pessimism confounded?221996
Investing in insider-dominated firms211995
Monetary spill-over effects in the ERM201995
Austrian exchange rate policy and European monetary integration191995
Interdependence of politics and economic development181994