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Michael Scharnagl

Research Interests

  • monetary policy
  • econometric modeling

Refereed Publications

  • Scharnagl, M. and J. Stapf (2015), Inflation, deflation, and uncertainty: What drives euro area option-implied inflation expectations and are they still anchored in the sovereign debt crisis?, Economic Modelling, Vol. 48(C), 248-269.
  • Gerberding C., M. Scharnagl and F. Seitz (2010), Should monetary policy respond to money growth? New results for the euro area, International Finance, Vol. 13(3), 409-441.
  • Scharnagl M. and K.-H. Tödter (2005), How effective are automatic stabilizers? Theory and empirical evidence for Germany and other OECD countries, in: C. Dreger and H. Galler (eds.), Advances in macroeconometric modeling, 295-310.
  • Scharnagl M. (1998), The stability of German money demand: not just a myth, Empirical Economics, Vol. 23(3), 355-370.
  • Clostermann J., M. Scharnagl and F. Seitz (1997), Monetäres Reinvermögen versus Geldmenge M3: eine Entgegnung, Kredit und Kapital, Vol. 30(1), 101-115.

Other Working Papers and Publications

  • Avouyi Dovi, S., V. Borgy, C. Pfister, M. Scharnagl and F. Sedillot (2013), Households’ financial portfolio choices: a comparison between France and Germany (1978-2009), in: Winkler, B., A. van Riet and P. Bull (eds.), A Flow of Funds Perspective on the Financial Crisis, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Ramb, F. and M. Scharnagl (2011), Households’ portfolio structure in Germany: Analysis of financial accounts data 1959-2009, ECB Working Paper, No. 1355.

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Michael Scharnagl

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