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: Implications for monetary policy
with Luca Fornaro
New version: November 2022

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; Local copy; Data; Code

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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