CBM Working Papers, Central Bank of Malta

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 38
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2019 Income and wealth inequality in Malta: evidence from micro dataGeorgakopoulos, Ilias
2019 Hedonic house price indices for Malta: A mortgage-based approachEllul, Reuben; Darmanin, Jude; Borg, Ian
2019 The gravity model for Maltese goods exports and importsEllul, Reuben
2019 Household Finance and Consumption Survey in Malta: Main results from the Third WaveAttard, Silvio; Georgakopoulos, Ilias
2018 Housing boom-bust cycles and asymmetric macroprudential policyGatt, William
2018 Wage Income Distribution and Mobility in MaltaKnoppe, Clemens
2018 Forecasting Deflation Probability in the EA: A Combinatoric ApproachBrugnolini, Luca
2018 Forecasting unemployment rates in Malta: A labour market flows approachEllul, Reuben
2018 Forecasting using Bayesian VARs: A Benchmark for STREAMBorg, Ian; Ruisi, Germano
2018 Inflation-linked Bonds: An IntroductionFarrugia, Maria; Formosa, Glenn; Pace, Joseph Julian
2017 Estimates of Fiscal Multipliers using MEDSEARapa, Noel
2017 Correlation between Maltese and euro area sovereign bond yieldsEllul, Reuben
2017 Assessing structural change in the Maltese economy via the application of a hypothetical extraction analysisCassar, Ian P.
2017 Household finance and consumption survey in Malta: the results from the second WaveGaskin, Daniel; Attard, Juergen; Caruana, Karen
2016 STREAM: A structural macro-econometric model of the Maltese economyGrech, Owen; Rapa, Noel
2016 A real-time measure of business conditions in MaltaEllul, Reuben
2016 Time variation, asymmetry and threshold effect in Malta's Phillips curveGatt, William
2016 MEDSEA: a small open economy DSGE model for MaltaRapa, Noel
2016 Property price misalignment with fundamentals in MaltaMicallef, Brian
2015 Assessing the macroeconomic impact of extending hotel height limitationsMicallef, Brian; Attard, Silvio
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