Viacheslav (Slavik) Sheremirov


Senior Economist

Research Department

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

600 Atlantic Ave, T-9

Boston, MA 02210

Phone: (617) 973-3089


Email: Viacheslav.Sheremirov@bos.frb.org

Fed bio: bostonfed.org/people/bank/Viacheslav-Sheremirov.aspx


CV

Working papers


"The Transmission Mechanisms of International Business Cycles: Output Spillovers through Trade and Financial Linkages"

with Falk Bräuning (R&R at the IMF Economic Review)

Other versions: Boston Fed WP 19-15


"Inflation Expectations and Nonlinearities in the Phillips Curve"

with Alexander Doser, Ricardo Nunes, and Nikhil Rao (R&R at the Journal of Applied Econometrics)

Online Appendix

Previous version: Boston Fed WP 17-11



Publications


"Fiscal Multipliers in Advanced and Developing Countries: Evidence from Military Spending"

with Sandra Spirovska, Journal of Public Economics, 208 (2022), 104631. pdf

Online Appendix

Previous version: Boston Fed WP 19-3


"Price Dispersion and Inflation: New Facts and Theoretical Implications"

Journal of Monetary Economics 114 (2020), 59-70. pdf

Online Appendix

Previous version: Boston Fed WP 15-10


"The Effects of Government Spending on Real Exchange Rates: Evidence from Military Spending Panel Data"

with Wataru Miyamoto and Thuy Lan Nguyen, Journal of International Economics 116 (2019), 144-157. pdf

Online Appendix

Previous version: Boston Fed WP 16-14


"Price Setting in Online Markets: Does IT Click?"

with Yuriy Gorodnichenko and Oleksandr Talavera, Journal of the European Economic Association 16:6 (2018), 1764-1811. pdf

Online Appendix

Previous versions: Boston Fed WP 15-1; NBER WP 20819

In media: VoxEU, PBS


"Sectoral Inflation and the Phillips Curve: What Has Changed since the Great Recession?"

with María José Luengo-Prado and Nikhil Rao, Economics Letters 172 (2018), 63-68. pdf

A longer version: Boston Fed Current Policy Perspectives 17-5 (pdf)


"The Responses of Internet Retail Prices to Aggregate Shocks: A High-Frequency Approach"

with Yuriy Gorodnichenko and Oleksandr Talavera, Economics Letters 164 (2018), 124-127. pdf



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