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Gros, D (2021). The Scientific Life of Ansgar Belke: Financial Markets in a European Context. Credit and Capital Markets - Kredit und Kapital, 54(3), 307-317. https://doi.org/10.3790/ccm.54.3.307
Gros, Daniel (2021). "The Scientific Life of Ansgar Belke: Financial Markets in a European Context" Credit and Capital Markets - Kredit und Kapital, vol. 54no. 3, 2021 pp. 307-317. https://doi.org/10.3790/ccm.54.3.307
Gros, D (2021). The Scientific Life of Ansgar Belke: Financial Markets in a European Context. Credit and Capital Markets - Kredit und Kapital, Vol. 54 (Issue 3), pp 307-317. https://doi.org/10.3790/ccm.54.3.307

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The Scientific Life of Ansgar Belke: Financial Markets in a European Context

Gros, Daniel

Credit and Capital Markets - Kredit und Kapital, Vol. 54 (2021), Iss. 3 : pp. 307–317

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Daniel Gros, Director, Centre for European Policy Studies.

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  1. Aßhoff, S./Belke, A./Osowski, T. (2021): Unconventional monetary policy and inflation expectations in the Euro area. Economic Modelling, p. 105564.  Google Scholar
  2. Belke, A. (2014): “Monetary Dialogue 2009-2014: Looking Backward, Looking Forward”, Intereconomics, Volume 49, 2014 · Number 4 · pp. 204–211, https://www.intereconomics.eu/contents/year/2014/number/4/article/monetary-dialogue-2009-2014-looking-backward-looking-forward.html.  Google Scholar
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  4. Belke, A. (2018a): Central Bank Communication and Transparency: The ECB and the European Parliament, International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, 11(5), 416–435.  Google Scholar
  5. Belke, A./Beretta, E. (2020a): “From cash to central bank digital currencies and cryptocurren-cies: a balancing act between modernity and monetary stability”, Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 47(4), 911–938.  Google Scholar
  6. Belke, A./Dreger, C. (2013): Current Account Imbalances in the Euro Area: Does Catching Up Explain the Development? Review of International Economics 21/1, 6–17.  Google Scholar
  7. Belke, A./Frenzel Baudisch, C./Göcke, M. (2020): Interest Rate Bands of Inaction and Play-Hysteresis in Domestic Investment – Evidence for the Euro Area, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 175, 19–39.  Google Scholar
  8. Belke, A./Göcke, M. (1999): A Simple Model of Hysteresis in Employment Under Exchange Rate Uncertainty, Scottish Journal of Political Economy 46(3), 260–286.  Google Scholar
  9. Belke, A./Göcke, M. (2005): Real Options Effects on Employment: Does Exchange Rate Uncertainty Matter for Aggregation? German Economic Review 6(2), 185–203.  Google Scholar
  10. Belke, A./Göcke, M. (2009): Monetary Policy and Investment Decision – A Stylized Treatment of the Uncertainty Trap, in: Wirtschaftspolitik im Zeichen europäischer Integration – Festschrift für Wim Kösters, RWI-Schriften, Heft 83, Berlin, 223–246.  Google Scholar
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  12. Belke, A./Gros, D. (2001): Real impacts of intra-European exchange rate variability: a case for EMU? Open Economies Review, 12(3), pp. 231–264.  Google Scholar
  13. Belke, A./Gros, D. (2018): Event Studies and the Random Walk Hypothesis: Why the End of Bond Buying by the ECB Is a Non-Event, Voxeu.org, https://voxeu.org/content/event-studies-and-random-walk-hypothesis-why-end-bond-buying-ecb-non-event.  Google Scholar
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  15. Belke, A./Gros, D./Osowski, T. (2017): “The Effectiveness of the Fed’s Quantitative Easing Policy: New Evidence Based on Interest Rate Differentials”, Journal of International Money and Finance 73: 335–349.  Google Scholar
  16. Belke, A./Haskamp, U./Schnabl, G. (2018): Beyond Balassa and Samuelson: real convergence, capital flows, and competitiveness in Greece. Empirica, 45(2), pp. 409–424.  Google Scholar
  17. Belke, A./Kronen, D. (2016): Exchange rate bands of inaction and play-hysteresis in Greek exports to the Euro Area, the US and Turkey: sectoral evidence. Empirica, 43(2), pp. 349–390.  Google Scholar
  18. Belke, A./Orth, W./Setzer, R. (2010b): Liquidity and the Dynamic Pattern of Asset Price Adjustment: A Global View. Journal of Banking & Finance 34, 1933–1945.  Google Scholar
  19. Gita, G./Boz, E./Casas, C./Díez, F. J./Gourinchas, P.-O./Plagborg-Møller, M. (2020): Dominant Currency Paradigm, American Economic Review, Vol. 110, No. 3, pp. 677–719.  Google Scholar
  20. Aßhoff, S./Belke, A./Osowski, T. (2021): Unconventional monetary policy and inflation expectations in the Euro area. Economic Modelling, p. 105564.  Google Scholar
  21. Belke, A. (2014): “Monetary Dialogue 2009-2014: Looking Backward, Looking Forward”, Intereconomics, Volume 49, 2014 · Number 4 · pp. 204–211, https://www.intereconomics.eu/contents/year/2014/number/4/article/monetary-dialogue-2009-2014-looking-backward-looking-forward.html.  Google Scholar
  22. Belke, A. (2018): Secular Stagnation, Unemployment Hysteresis and Monetary Policy in EMU: Scratches but Not Scars?, Economist’s Voice, 4 December, https://doi.org/10.1515/ev-2018-0034.  Google Scholar
  23. Belke, A. (2018a): Central Bank Communication and Transparency: The ECB and the European Parliament, International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, 11(5), 416–435.  Google Scholar
  24. Belke, A./Beretta, E. (2020a): “From cash to central bank digital currencies and cryptocurren-cies: a balancing act between modernity and monetary stability”, Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 47(4), 911–938.  Google Scholar
  25. Belke, A./Dreger, C. (2013): Current Account Imbalances in the Euro Area: Does Catching Up Explain the Development? Review of International Economics 21/1, 6–17.  Google Scholar
  26. Belke, A./Frenzel Baudisch, C./Göcke, M. (2020): Interest Rate Bands of Inaction and Play-Hysteresis in Domestic Investment – Evidence for the Euro Area, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 175, 19–39.  Google Scholar
  27. Belke, A./Göcke, M. (1999): A Simple Model of Hysteresis in Employment Under Exchange Rate Uncertainty, Scottish Journal of Political Economy 46(3), 260–286.  Google Scholar
  28. Belke, A./Göcke, M. (2005): Real Options Effects on Employment: Does Exchange Rate Uncertainty Matter for Aggregation? German Economic Review 6(2), 185–203.  Google Scholar
  29. Belke, A./Göcke, M. (2009): Monetary Policy and Investment Decision – A Stylized Treatment of the Uncertainty Trap, in: Wirtschaftspolitik im Zeichen europäischer Integration – Festschrift für Wim Kösters, RWI-Schriften, Heft 83, Berlin, 223–246.  Google Scholar
  30. Belke, A./Göcke, M./Werner, L. (2014): Hysteresis Effects in Economics – Different Methods for Describing Economic Path-dependence, in: Dias, J. C. (ed.), Hysteresis – Types, Applications, and Behavior Patterns in Complex Systems, Nova, New York, 19–42.  Google Scholar
  31. Belke, A./Gros, D. (2001): Real impacts of intra-European exchange rate variability: a case for EMU? Open Economies Review, 12(3), pp. 231–264.  Google Scholar
  32. Belke, A./Gros, D. (2018): Event Studies and the Random Walk Hypothesis: Why the End of Bond Buying by the ECB Is a Non-Event, Voxeu.org, https://voxeu.org/content/event-studies-and-random-walk-hypothesis-why-end-bond-buying-ecb-non-event.  Google Scholar
  33. Belke, A./Gros, D. (2021): QE in the euro area: Has the PSPP benefited peripheral bonds? Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 73, p. 101350.  Google Scholar
  34. Belke, A./Gros, D./Osowski, T. (2017): “The Effectiveness of the Fed’s Quantitative Easing Policy: New Evidence Based on Interest Rate Differentials”, Journal of International Money and Finance 73: 335–349.  Google Scholar
  35. Belke, A./Haskamp, U./Schnabl, G. (2018): Beyond Balassa and Samuelson: real convergence, capital flows, and competitiveness in Greece. Empirica, 45(2), pp. 409–424.  Google Scholar
  36. Belke, A./Kronen, D. (2016): Exchange rate bands of inaction and play-hysteresis in Greek exports to the Euro Area, the US and Turkey: sectoral evidence. Empirica, 43(2), pp. 349–390.  Google Scholar
  37. Belke, A./Orth, W./Setzer, R. (2010b): Liquidity and the Dynamic Pattern of Asset Price Adjustment: A Global View. Journal of Banking & Finance 34, 1933–1945.  Google Scholar
  38. Gita, G./Boz, E./Casas, C./Díez, F. J./Gourinchas, P.-O./Plagborg-Møller, M. (2020): Dominant Currency Paradigm, American Economic Review, Vol. 110, No. 3, pp. 677–719.  Google Scholar