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

My research publications were cited 54 times, and I was acknowledged 9 times, in academic papers and books. 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

  • 27 papers and 3 books citing Money and risk in a DSGE framework: a Bayesian application to the Eurozone, Journal of Macroeconomics, 2012.

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

– Minoru Hayashida, Ryoichi Nanba, Masaya Yasuoka, and Hiroyuki Ono, 2017. Tax incidence in DSGE model. The Society for Economic Studies The 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].

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

– 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].

  • 7 papers and 1 book citing Money in the production function: a new Keynesian DSGE perspective, Southern Economic Journal, 2015.

– 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].

– 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. mimeo [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].

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

– Georgios Georgiadis and Martina Jančoková, 2017. Financial globalisation, monetary policy spillovers and macro-modelling: tales from 1001 shocks. mimeo [link].

Blog citations

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. Forthcoming in Macroeconomic Dynamics [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.

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