Mathias Trabandt

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I am a Professor of Macroeconomics at the School of Business and Economics at Freie Universität Berlin

My fields of interest are macroeconomics, monetary economics, public economics, labor economics, international macroeconomics, financial frictions and applied econometrics.
 



News:
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April 2017: ''Understanding the Great Recession'' (with L. Christiano and M. Eichenbaum) wins 2017 Best Paper Award at the American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics. www.aeaweb.org/news/2017-aej-best-paperswww.aeaweb.org/about-aea/honors-awards/aej-best-papers.

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April 2017: new version of paper ''Should We Use Linearized Models To Calculate Fiscal Multipliers?'' (with J. Linde).
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March 2016: new publication ''Unemployment and Business Cycles'' (with L.
Christiano and M. Eichenbaum).
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March 2016: new publication ''The Macroeconomic Risks of Undesirably Low Inflation'' (with J. Arias and C. Erceg).
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August 2015: new position as Professor of Macroeconomics at the School of Business and Economics at Freie Universität Berlin.
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August 2014: new publication ''Understanding the Great Recession'' (with L. Christiano and M. Eichenbaum).
 - May 2013: new publication ''Gauging the Effects of Fiscal Stimulus Packages in the Euro Area'' (with G. Coenen and R. Straub).
 - May 2013: new publication ''How Do Laffer Curves Differ Across Countries?'' (with H. Uhlig).