Research

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Working papers:

Fear of hiking? Monetary policy and sovereign risk
with Leopold Zessner-Spitzenberg
New version: July 2022; Available as CEPR Discussion Paper 16837

Monetary policy in the age of automation
with Luca Fornaro
New version: November 2021; Available as CEPR Discussion Paper 16416

The scars of supply shocks
with Luca Fornaro
New version: April 2021; Available as CEPR Discussion Paper 15423

The global financial resource curse
with Gianluca Benigno and Luca Fornaro
New version: December 2021; Available as CEPR Discussion Paper 14441
Revise and Resubmit at the American Economic Review

Delayed overshooting: The case for information rigidities
with Thomas Hettig and Gernot Müller
New version: March 2022
Revise and Resubmit at the American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics

Play for the rich and work for the poor? The optimal distribution of saving and work in the heterogeneous agents neoclassical growth model
with Akshay Shanker
New version: August 2021; Available as CEPR Discussion Paper  16479

Publications:

Reserve accumulation, growth, and financial crises
with Gianluca Benigno and Luca Fornaro
Journal of International Economics, forthcoming

Pecuniary externalities in economies with downward wage rigidity
Journal of Monetary Economics 116, 219-235, December 2020; Local copyOnline Appendix; Code

Exit expectations and debt crises in currency unions
with Alexander Kriwoluzky and Gernot Müller
Journal of International Economics 121, November 2019; Local copy; Online Appendix; Code

Step away from the zero lower bound: Small open economies in a world of secular stagnation
with Giancarlo Corsetti, Eleonora Mavroeidi and Gregory Thwaites
Journal of International Economics 116, 88-102, January 2019; Local copy

Deleveraging, deflation and depreciation in the euro area
with Dmitry Kuvshinov and Gernot Müller 
European Economic Review 88, 42-66, September 2016, SI: The post-crisis slump; Local copy

Other writings:

Covid-19 coronavirus and macroeconomic policy
with Luca Fornaro
March 2o2o; Available as CEPR Discussion Paper 14529; Read a summary on VoxEU

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Personal

I am an Assistant Professor of Monetary Economics at the University of St. Gallen. I am also affiliated with the CEPR. I obtained my PhD from the University of Bonn in 2017.

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Research


My field of research is Macroeconomics. I am interested in Monetary Economics, International Economics and Economic Growth.

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Teaching

I teach courses in Macroeconomics at all levels.

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