Jesse Schreger

Class of 1967 Associate Professor

Economics Division, Columbia Business School

Faculty Research Fellow, NBER

Research Affiliate, CEPR



The Global Capital Allocation Project

Stanford Big-Data Initiative in International Macro-Finance

Working Papers

"Internationalizing Like China," with Christopher Clayton, Amanda Dos Santos, and Matteo Maggiori. March 2022.

"Sources and Transmission of Country Risk," with Tarek Hassan, Markus Schwedeler, and Ahmed Tahoun. Conditionally Accepted, Review of Economics Studies. November 2021.


"CIP Deviations, the Dollar, and Frictions in International Capital Markets," with Wenxin Du. Prepared for the Handbook of International Economics, Volume 5. September 2021.

"Sovereign Risk, Currency Risk, and Corporate Balance Sheets," with Wenxin Du. Accepted, Review of Financial Studies. September 2021.

"Redrawing the Map of Global Capital Flows: The Role of Cross-Border Financing and Tax Havens," with Antonio Coppola, Matteo Maggiori and Brent Neiman, Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 2021, 136(3), Pages 1499-1556.

"Exchange Rate Reconnect," with Andrew Lilley, Matteo Maggiori, and Brent Neiman. Forthcoming, Review of Economics and Statistics.

"Sovereign Debt Portfolios, Bond Risks, and the Credibility of Monetary Policy," with Wenxin Du and Carolin Pflueger. Journal of Finance, December 2020, 75(6), Pages 3097-3138.

"International Currencies and Capital Allocation," with Matteo Maggiori and Brent Neiman. Journal of Political Economy, June 2020, 126(6), Pages 2019-2066. Appendix

"The Rise of the Dollar and Fall of the Euro as International Currencies" with Matteo Maggiori and Brent Neiman. AEA Papers and Proceedings, May 2019, 109(5), Pages 521-526. Appendix

"The U.S. Treasury Premium," with Wenxin Du and Joanne Im. Journal of International Economics, May 2018, 112, Pages 167-181.

"The Costs of Sovereign Default: Evidence from Argentina," with Benjamin Hebert. American Economic Review, 107(10), October 2017, Pages 3119-3145. Appendix, Video

"Local Currency Sovereign Risk," with Wenxin Du. Journal of Finance, 71(3), June 2016, Pages 1027-1070.

Over-optimistic official forecasts and fiscal rules in the eurozone” with Jeffrey Frankel. Review of World Economics, 2013, 149(2), Pages 247-272.