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2011 Asset prices, collateral and unconventional monetary policy in a DSGE modelHilberg, Björn; Hollmayr, Josef
2013 Learning about fiscal policy and the effects of policy uncertaintyHollmayr, Josef; Matthes, Christian
2013 Asset prices, collateral, and unconventional monetary policy in a DSGE modelHilberg, Björn; Hollmayr, Josef
2014 Dynamics of Monetary-Fiscal Interaction under LearningHollmayr, Josef; Matthes, Christian
2015 Comparing fiscal multipliers across models and countries in EuropeKilponen, Juha; Pisani, Massimiliano; Schmidt, Sebastian; Corbo, Vesna; Hledik, Tibor; Hollmayr, Josef; Hurtado, Samuel; Júlio, Paulo; Kulikov, Dmitry; Lemoine, Matthieu; Lozej, Matija; Lundvall, Henrik; Maria, José R.; Micallef, Brian; Papageorgiou, Dimitris; Rysanek, Jakub; Sideris, Dimitrios; Thomas, Carlos; de Walque, Gregory
2015 Comparing fiscal multipliers across models and countries in EuropeKilponen, Juha; Pisani, Massimiliano; Schmidt, Sebastian; Corbo, Vesna; Hlédik, Tibor; Hollmayr, Josef; Hurtado, Samuel; Júlio, Paulo; Kulikov, Dmitry; Lemoine, Matthieu; Lozej, Matija; Lundvall, Henrik; Maria, José R.; Micallef, Brian; Papageorgiou, Dimitris; Rysanek, Jakub; Sideris, Dimitris; Thomas, Carlos; de Walque, Gregory
2015 Imperfect information about financial frictions and consequences for the business cycleHollmayr, Josef; Kühl, Michael
2015 Tales of transition paths: Policy uncertainty and random walksHollmayr, Josef; Matthes, Christian
2016 Thoughts on a fiscal union in EMUGadatsch, Niklas; Hollmayr, Josef; Stähler, Nikolai
2016 Learning about banks' net worth and the slow recovery after the financial crisisHollmayr, Josef; Kühl, Michael
2018 Fiscal regimes and the (non)stationarity of debtHollmayr, Josef
2018 Fiscal multipliers of central, state and local government and of the social security funds in Germany: Evidence of a SVARHollmayr, Josef; Kuckuck, Jan
2018 Monetary-fiscal interaction and quantitative easingHollmayr, Josef; Kühl, Michael