Citations

This page records all books, articles, working papers or blogs talking about my works.

My research publications were cited 64 times, and I was acknowledged 10 times, in academic papers and books. My research publications were also web-cited 6 times. See below for more details.

Most cited, most read

– I am regularly the most read authors from my institution (Bank of Israel) according to ResearchGate [link].

– The paper “Money and risk in a DSGE framework: A Bayesian application to the Eurozone” (co-authored with André Fourçans) is one of the most cited articles published in Journal of Macroeconomics since 2011 according to Scopus [link].

– The paper “Risk aversion in the Eurozone” is one of the most cited articles published in Research in Economics since 2011 according to Scopus [link].

– I was ranked in the RePEc-IDEAS’s “Top Young Economists”, “Top 100 Economists (5 years or less)” in January 2014 [link].

Paper citations

  • 30 papers and 4 books citing Money and risk in a DSGE framework: a Bayesian application to the Eurozone, Journal of Macroeconomics, 2012.

– Giulia Rivolta, forthcoming. Potential ECB reaction functions with time-varying parameters: an assessment. Empirical Economics [link].

– Timo Baas and Ansgar Belke, 2018. Oil price shocks, monetary policy and current account imbalances within a currency union. CEPS – Centre for European Policy Studies, Working Document #2018/01, and IZA – Institute of Labor Economics, Discussion Paper #11252 [link].

– Hanno Pahl, 2018. Genese, Konsolidierung und Transformation der neoklassischen Wissenschaftskultur (Genesis, Consolidation and Transformation of the Neoclassical Science Culture). In Die Ökonomik als Sozialwissenschaft (Economics as social science), Hanno Pahl (Eds.), Springer VS, 468 pages (book) [link].

– Shih-Fu Liu, Yu-Ning Hwang, and Ching-Chong Lai, 2017. Internal imbalances in the Monetary Union with asymmetric openness. International Review of Economics & Finance, volume 52, pages 380-401 [link].

– Kanjumba, Faith Wambui,2017. Economic and Innovative Factors Influence on Funding of the Supply-Side of Housing in Nairobi, Kenya. Business and Management Studies, volume 3, issue 4, pages 39-53 [link].

– Lahura, Erick, 2017. Monetary aggregates and monetary policy in Peru. Banco Central de Reserva del Perú, Working Papers #2017-003 [link] and Birkbeck Centre for Applied Macroeconomics, BCAM Working Papers #1704 [link].

– Minoru Hayashida, Ryoichi Nanba, Masaya Yasuoka, and Hiroyuki Ono, 2017. Tax incidence in DSGE model. The Society for Economic Studies at University of Kitakyushu, Working Paper Series #2016-8 [link].

– Hanno Pahl and Jan Sparsam, 2017. DSGE-Makroökonomik und die Krise. Soziologische Inspektion einer modellgetriebenen Wissensformation (DSGE Macroeconomics and the Crisis. Sociological inspection of a model-driven knowledge formation). In Die Innenwelt der Ökonomie (The inner world of economics), Jens Maeße, Hanno Pahl, and Jan Sparsam (Eds.), Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, pages 135-158 (book) [link].

– Lars Christensen and Hylton Hollander, 2017. Monetary Regimes, Money Supply and the US Business Cycle since 1959: Implications for Monetary Policy Today, in mimeo [link].

– Timo Baas and Ansgar Belke, 2016. Labor market reforms and current account imbalances – beggar-thy-neighbor policies in a currency union?, in mimeo presented at American Economic Association Annual Conference (2016) and DIW Seminar on Macroeconomics and Financial Markets (2017) [link].

– Giulia Rivolta, 2016. Is the ECB’s reaction function stable through time? An evaluation with time-varying parameters. Department of Economics and Management University of Brescia Working Papers, WPDEM #1/2016 [link].

– Adam Hayes, 2016. Decentralized banking: monetary technocracy in the digital age, in Banking Beyond Banks and Money. A Guide to Banking Services in the Twenty-First Century. Paolo Tasca, Tomaso Aste, Loriana Pelizzon, and Nicolas Perony (Eds.), Springer International Publishing, pages 121-131 (book) [link].

– Raul Ibarra, 2016. How important is the credit channel in the transmission of monetary policy in Mexico?. Applied Economics, volume 48, issue 36, pages 3462-3484 [link].

– John Cochrane, 2016. Michelson-Morley, Occam and Fisher: the radical implications of stable inflation at near-zero interest rates. mimeo [link].

– John Cochrane, 2016. Do higher interest rates raise or lower inflation?. mimeo [link].

– Faith Wambui Kanjumba, Amos Njuguna, and George Achoki, 2016. Economic factors influence on funding of the supply-side of housing in Kenya: case study Nairobi. International Journal of Business and Management, volume 11, number 10, pages 194-205 [link].

– Petre Caraiani, 2016. The role of money in DSGE models: a forecasting perspective. Journal of Macroeconomics, volume 47, Part B, pages 315–330 [link].

– Petre Caraiani, 2016. Money and output causality: A structural approach. International Review of Economics & Finance, volume 42, pages 220–236 [link].

– Riyad Abubaker, 2016. Consumption and money uncertainty at the zero lower bound. Economics Bulletin, volume 36, issue 1, pages 449-463 [link].

– Adam Hayes, 2016. Challenges confronting central bankers today. Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies Working Papers #4-16, Part 2 of the Changing Politics of Central Banking Series [link].

– احمد جعفري صمیمی (Ahmad Jafari Samimi), امیرمنصورطهرانچیان (Amir Mansoor Tehranchian), روزبه بالونژادنوري (Roozbeh Balounejad Nouri) and یلناز ابراهیمی (Eilnaz Ebrahimi), 2016. استخراج منحن یلیف ی پس با استفاده از الگو ي باز تعادل عموم ی يایپو تصادفی: مطالعه مورد ي اقتصاد ای ران (Derivation of Phillips Curve using an open economy stochastic dynamic general equilibrium model: case study Iran). فصلنامه پژوهشهاي اقتصادي – رشد و توسعه پایدار (Quarterly Journal of The Economic Research – Sustainable Growth and Development), volume 15, issue 4, pages 193-216 [link].

– Eurilton Araújo, 2015. Monetary policy objectives and money’s role in U.S. business cycles. Journal of Macroeconomics, volume 45, pages 85–107 [link].

– Christian Dreger and Jürgen Wolters, 2015. Unconventional monetary policy and money demand. Journal of Macroeconomics, volume 46, pages 40–54 [link].

– Mutiu Gbade Rasaki and Christopher Malikane, 2015. Macroeconomic shocks and fluctuations in African economies. Economic Systems, volume 39, issue 4, pages 675–696 [link].

– Marcin Wolski, 2015. Modern monetary rules: any role for financial targeting ?. In Monetary Policy in the Context of the Financial Crisis: New Challenges and Lessons, Fredj Jawadi and William Barnett (Eds.), Emerald Group Publishing Limited (book) [link].

– Hanno Pahl, 2015. Steuerungsabstinenz als Ordnungsvision: Soziologische Beobachtungen zur Rational Expectations Revolution in der Makroökonomik (Control abstinence as order vision: sociological observations on rational expectations revolution in macroeconomics). Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialtheorie und Philosophie (Journal for Critical Social Theory and Philosophy), volume 2, issue 2, pages 285-313 [link].

– Tarik Bouchabchoub, Ahmed Bendahmane, Achraf Haouriqui and M. N. Attou, 2015. Interest rate prediction with Taylor rule. International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance, volume 6, number 1, pages 58-61 [link].

– Ulrich Stolzenburg, 2015. The agent-based Solow growth model with endogenous business cycles. Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, Department of Economics Working Papers, #2015-01 [link].

– Franz Seitz and Markus A. Schmidt, 2014. Money in modern macro models: a review of the arguments. Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, number 3, pages 156-174 [link].

– رامين مجاب (Ramin Mojab), سيد مهدی برکچيان (Seyed Mahdi Barakchian), and فرهاد نيلی (Farhad Nili), 2014. تحليل عوامل موثر در تغييرات پايه پولی و مخارج دولت در ايران با استفاده از روش ميانگين‌گيری بيزين مدل (Explaining monetary base and government expenditure variations in Iran). فصلنامه پژوهش هاي پولي – بانكي (Journal of Monetary and Banking Research), volume 6, issue 17, pages 1-16 [link].

– 张世国 (Zhang Shi-guo), 胡石清 (Hu Shi-qing), 2014. 货币政策与风险偏好关系研究——基于动态随机一般均衡模型 (A study of the relationship between the monetary policy and risk preference—based on a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model). 科技和产业 (Science Technology and Industry), volume 14, issue 1, pages 171-176 [link].

– Franz Seitz and Markus A. Schmidt, 2014. Money in modern macro models: a review of the arguments. OTH im Dialog: Weidener Diskussionspapiere, number 37 [link].

– احمد جعفری صمیمی (Ahmad Jafari Samimi), امیرمنصور طهرانچیان (Amir Mansour Thranchyan), ایلناز ابراهیمی (Ayaz Ebrahim), روزبه بالونژاد نوری (Roozbeh Balvnzhad), 2014. اثر تکانه‌های پولی و غیرپولی بر تولید و تورم در یک الگوی تعادل عمومی پویای تصادفی در شرایط اقتصاد باز: مطالعه موردی اقتصاد ایران (The effect of monetary and non monetary shocks on inflation and output in a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) model in open economy condition: case study of Iran economy). فصلنامه علمي- پژوهشي مطالعات اقتصاديِ كاربردي ايران (The Quarterly Journal of Applied Economic Studies), volume 3, issue 10, pages 1-32 [link].

– Robert Dixon, Zhichao Zhang and Chuanjie Zhang, 2013. An estimated DSGE model with intergenerational transfers for the Chinese. mimeo presented at Dynare Conference in Shangai [link].

– Franz Seitz and Markus A. Schmidt, 2013. The role of money in modern macro models. ROME – Research On Money in the Economy, Discussion Paper Series number 13-01 [link].

  • 8 papers and 1 book citing Risk aversion in the Eurozone, Research in Economics, 2014.

– Giulia Rivolta, forthcoming. Potential ECB reaction functions with time-varying parameters: an assessment. Empirical Economics [link].

– Raul Ibarra, 2016. How important is the credit channel in the transmission of monetary policy in Mexico?. Applied Economics, volume 48, issue 36, pages 3462-3484 [link].

– Giulia Rivolta, 2016. Is the ECB’s reaction function stable through time? An evaluation with time-varying parameters. Department of Economics and Management University of Brescia Working Papers, WPDEM #1/2016 [link].

– Martin Luther, edited with an introduction and notes by Philipp Robinson Rössner, 2015. On Commerce and Usury (1524). In Economic Ideas that Built Europe, Anthem Press (Book) [link].

– Hamid Baghestani, Mohammad Arzaghi, Ilker Kaya, 2015. On the accuracy of Blue Chip forecasts of interest rates and country risk premiums. Applied Economics, volume 47, issue 2, pages 113-122 [link].

– Valeriu Nalban, 2015. A small New Keynesian model to analyze business cycle dynamics in Poland and Romania. Contemporary Economics, volume 9, issue 3, pages 319-336 [link].

– Riyad Abubaker, 2015. Markov-switching risk aversion and asymmetric macroeconomic shocks at the zero lower bound. mimeo [link].

– Sundas Fida, Mirza Ashfaq Ahmed, Rabia Nazar, Zara Khan and Zahra Zahid, 2015. The elements of consumer attitude toward service innovation – an analysis of 3G and 4G technology in Pakistan. International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research, volume 3, issue 8, pages 113-122 [link].

– Franz Seitz and Markus A. Schmidt, 2014. Money in modern macro models: a review of the arguments. Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, number 3, pages 156-174 [link].

  • 8 papers and 2 book citing Money in the production function: a new Keynesian DSGE perspective, Southern Economic Journal, 2015.

– Kanjumba, Faith Wambui,2017. Economic and Innovative Factors Influence on Funding of the Supply-Side of Housing in Nairobi, Kenya. Business and Management Studies, volume 3, issue 4, pages 39-53 [link].

– Oughlissi, Mohand Akli, 2017. Analyse de la politique monétaire en Algérie à l’aide d’un modèle DSGE (Monetary policy analysis in Algeria using a DSGE model). مجلة الإستراتيجية والتنمية (Journal of Strategy and Development), volume 7, number 13, pages 71–98 [link].

– Heiko Schmolke, 2017. The low interest rate policy of the European Central Bank. Are European savers being expropriated ?. Hamburg:Diplomica Publishing GmbH, 142 pages (book) [link].

– Ji-Qian Fang, 2017. Handbook of Medical Statistics. Chapter 25: Statistics in economics of health, Yingchun Chen, Yan Zhang, Tingjun Jin, Haomiao Li, and Liqun Shi, World Scientific Publishing, 852 pages (book) [link].

– Tong Wei, Inchio Lou, Zhifeng Yang, and Yingxia Li, 2016. A system dynamics urban water management model for Macau, China. Journal of Environmental Sciences, volume 50, pages 117–126 [link].

– Prudence S. Moyo and Nicola Viegi, 2016. Optimal fiscal policy in a dollarised economy. mimeo presented at CSAE Conference 2016 [link].

– Gary Gorton and Ping He, 2016. Optimal monetary policy in a collateralized economy. NBER Working Paper, WP #22599 [link].

– Kateřina Gawthorpe, 2017. Competition of currencies: an alternative to legal tender. Prague Economic Papers, volume 26, number 2, pages 198-212 [link].

– Faith Wambui Kanjumba, Amos Njuguna, and George Achoki, 2016. Economic factors influence on funding of the supply-side of housing in Kenya: case study Nairobi. International Journal of Business and Management, volume 11, number 10, pages 194-205 [link].

– Ailyn Shi, 2015. Assessing the monetary transmission mechanism in the New Keynesian framework: a Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) approach. mimeo [link].

– Franz Seitz and Markus A. Schmidt, 2014. Money in modern macro models: a review of the arguments. Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, number 3, pages 156-174 [link].

  • 6 papers citing Money and monetary policy in the Eurozone: an empirical analysis during crises, Macroeconomic Dynamics, 2017.

– Georgios Georgiadis and Martina Jančoková, 2017. Financial globalisation, monetary policy spillovers and macro-modelling: tales from 1001 shocks. European Central Bank, Working Paper Series #2082, and Dallas Fed, Globalization Institute Working Papers #314 [link].

– Federica Genovese, Gerald Schneider and Pia Wassmann, 2016. The Eurotower strikes back: crises, adjustments and Europe’s austerity protests. Comparative Political Studies, volume 49, number 7, pages 939-967 [link].

– John Cochrane, 2016. Michelson-Morley, Occam and Fisher: the radical implications of stable inflation at near-zero interest rates. mimeo [link].

– John Cochrane, 2016. Do higher interest rates raise or lower inflation ?. mimeo [link].

– Petre Caraiani, 2016. The role of money in DSGE models: a forecasting perspective. Journal of Macroeconomics, volume 47, Part B, pages 315–330 [link].

– Petre Caraiani, 2016. Money and output causality: A structural approach. International Review of Economics & Finance, volume 42, pages 220–236 [link].

  • 1 paper citing Nominal income versus Taylor-type rules in practice, ESSEC Working Paper #1610

– Björn Andersson and Carl Andreas Claussen, 2017. Alternatives to inflation targeting. Sveriges Riksbank Economic Review, number 2017:1 [link].

  • 2 papers citing Money and monetary policy in Israel during the last decade, Journal of Policy Modeling, 2016.

– Nicolaas Groenewold, forthcoming. Australia saved from the financial crisis by policy or by exports?. Journal of Policy Modeling [link].

– Georgios Georgiadis and Martina Jančoková, 2017. Financial globalisation, monetary policy spillovers and macro-modelling: tales from 1001 shocks. European Central Bank, Working Paper Series #2082, and Dallas Fed, Globalization Institute Working Papers #314 [link].

Web citations

Monetary rule, central bank loss and household’s welfare: an empirical investigation in CentralBanking.com, Nov. 2017 [link].

Nominal income versus Taylor-type rules in practice in E-Axes.com, Oct. 2016 [link]. Also in E-Axes’ newsletter “The future of monetary policy rules” (13/12/2016).

NGDP Advisers in TheMoneyIllusion.com, Sep. 2016 [link].

Money and DSGE models – a few good papers in MarketMonetarist.com, Oct. 2013 [link].

マネーとDSGEモデル (DSGE models with money) in 計量経済学と金融工学の勉強 (Study of financial engineering and econometrics), Oct. 2013 [link].

Is money a factor of production ? in Economic Logic, Mar. 2013 [link].

Acknowledged

– Alex Ilek, 2017. A note on the rationality test. Macroeconomic Dynamics, volume 21, issue 8, pages 2121-2137 [link].

– Hylton Hollander and Lars Christensen, 2017. Monetary regimes, money supply and the US business cycle since 1959: implications for monetary policy today. mimeo [link].

– Guy Segal, 2017. Interest rate in the objective function of the central bank and monetary policy design. Bank of Israel Discussion Paper #2017.02 [link].

– Samuel Dahan, 2016. A path-dependent deadlock: institutional causes of the Euro crisis. Cornell International Law Journal, volume 42, number 2 [link].

– Itamar Caspi, 2016. Testing for a housing bubble at the national and regional level: the case of Israel. Empirical Economics, volume 1, issue 2, pages 483-516 [link]. Also in Working Paper #246, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

– Thomas Nitschka, 2014. Developed markets’ business cycle dynamics and time-variation in emerging markets’ asset returns. Journal of Banking & Finance, volume 42, pages 76–82 [link].

– Alex Ilek, and Guy Segal, 2014. Optimal monetary policy under heterogeneous beliefs of the central bank and the public. Bank of Israel Discussion Paper #2014.01 [link].

– Itamar Caspi, 2013. Rtadf: testing for bubbles with EViews. MPRA Paper No. 59045 [link].

– Thomas Nitschka, 2012. Global and country-specific business cycle risk in time-varying excess returns on asset markets. Working Papers #2012-10, Swiss National Bank [link].

– Carl E. Walsh, 2010. Monetary theory and policy. The MIT Press, Third Edition [link].

Other

Citations, blogs and WiKiPedia mentions through RePec [link].

The Market Monetarist [link].

Biography included in Marquis Who’s Who since 2013.

Do not hesitate to contact me if I forgotten something.