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Matthias Meier
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Covid-19 supply chain disruptions
M Meier, E Pinto
European Economic Review 162, 104674, 2024
138*2024
Delta-method inference for a class of set-identified SVARs
B Gafarov, M Meier, JLM Olea
Journal of Econometrics 203 (2), 316-327, 2018
732018
Monetary Policy, Markup Dispersion, and Aggregate TFP
M Meier, T Reinelt
Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2022
67*2022
Corporate Debt Maturity Matters for Monetary Policy
J Jungherr, M Meier, T Reinelt, I Schott
CRC TR 224 Discussion Paper Series, 2022
302022
Supply chain disruptions, time to build, and the business cycle
M Meier
CRC TR 224 Discussion Paper Series, 2020
28*2020
Projection inference for set-identified SVARs
B Gafarov, M Meier, JLM Olea
Manuscript, Columbia University.[1090] Gafarov, B., M. Meier, and JL Montiel …, 2016
252016
Do plants freeze upon uncertainty shocks?
A Mecikovsky, M Meier
Kiel und Hamburg: ZBW-Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für …, 2014
202014
Identification of systematic monetary policy
L Hack, K Istrefi, M Meier
ECB Working Paper, 2023
132023
Misallocation: Markups and Technology
C Bayer, M Meier
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12727, 2018
7*2018
Labor market effects of monetary policy across workers and firms
A Gulyas, M Meier, M Ryzhenkov
European Economic Review, 104756, 2024
22024
Hawkish or dovish central bankers: do different flocks matter for fiscal shocks?
L Hack, K Istrefi, M Meier
Research Bulletin 114, 2023
12023
The Systematic Origins of Monetary Policy Shocks
L Hack, K Istrefi, M Meier
CRC TR 224 Discussion Paper Series, 2024
2024
Essays in Macroeconomics and Macroeconometrics
M Meier
Universitäts-und Landesbibliothek Bonn, 2017
2017
Hawkish or dovish central bankers: does it matter for fiscal shocks?
L Hack, K Istrefi, M Meier
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