Working Papers of the German Research Foundation's Priority Programme 1859 "Experience and Expectation. Historical Foundations of Economic Behaviour", Humboldt University Berlin

ISSN: 2510-053X

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 44
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2023Eliciting expectation uncertainty from private householdsDovern, Jonas
2023Testing for differences in survey-based density expectations: A compositional data approachDovern, Jonas; Glas, Alexander; Kenny, Geoff
2023Firm expectations and news: Micro v macroBorn, Benjamin; Enders, Zeno; Menkhoff, Manuel; Müller, Gernot J.; Niemann, Knut
2023Quantifying priorities in business cycle reports: Analysis of recurring textual patterns around peaks and troughsFoltas, Alexander
2023Experience effects in economics lessons from past and current crisesMalmendier, Ulrike
2023Changing Forecasts - Forecasting Change: The US market for savings deposits in econometric models and the market for econometric models among depository institutions, 1960s to 1980sKnake, Sebastian
2023On FIRE, news, and expectationsBorn, Benjamin; Enders, Zeno; Müller, Gernot J.
2023The German inflation trauma: Weimar's policy lessons between persistence and reconstructionBarkhausen, David; Teupe, Sebastian
2022A mirror to the world. Taking the German news magazine Der Spiegel into a topic modeling/sentiment perspectiveWehrheim, Lino
2022Risk management, expectations and global finance: The case of Deutsche Bank 1970-1990Nützenadel, Alexander
2022Heterogeneous savers and their inflation expectation during German industrialization: Social class, wealth, and genderLehmann-Hasemeyer, Sibylle H.; Neumayer, Andreas; Streb, Jochen
2022Identity, instability, and investors: An empirical investigation of the home biasHuning, Thilo R.; Wahl, Fabian
2021Turn, turn, turn: A digital history of German historiography, 1950-2019Wehrheim, Lino; Jopp, Tobias Alexander; Spoerer, Mark
2021Optimism gone bad? The persistent effects of traumatic experiences on investment decisionsKim, Chi Hyun
2021The sound of silence: On the (in)visibility of economists in the mediaWehrheim, Lino
2020German forecasters' narratives: How informative are German business cycle forecast reports?Müller, Karsten
2020Foreign debt, capital controls, and secondary markets: Theory and evidence from Nazi GermanyPapadia, Andrea; Schioppa, Claudio A.
2020German trade forecasts since 1970: An evaluation using the panel dimensionBehrens, Christoph
2020China’s Overseas LendingHorn, Sebastian; Reinhart, Carmen M.; Trebesch, Christoph
2020Sharks and minnows in a shoal of words: Measuring latent ideological positions of German economic research institutes based on text mining techniquesDiaf, Sami; Döpke, Jörg; Fritsche, Ulrich; Rockenbach, Ida
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