Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Optimal Transparency and Policy Intervention with Heterogeneous Signals and Information Stickiness. The Manchester School
  2. & Heterogeneous private sector information, central bank disclosure, and stabilization policy. Southern Economic Journal 82(2), 620-634.
  3. & Heterogeneous information quality, strategic complementarities and optimal policy design. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 83(3)-352.
  4. & Strategic Complementarity, Stabilization Policy and the Optimal Degree of Publicity. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 44(4), 551-572.
  5. & Optimal delegation implications of central bank transparency. Economics Letters 113(1)-11.
  6. & Unions, monopolistic competition and the optimal monetary regime. Metroeconomica 62(2), 265-282.
  7. & Optimal Policy Intervention and the Social Value of Public Information. American Economic Review 101(4), 1561-1574.
  8. & Macroeconomic shocks, unionized labour markets and central bank disclosure policy: How beneficial is increased transparency?. European Journal of Political Economy 26(4), 506-516.
  9. Union Objectives, Wage-Setting Externalities and Structural Constraints. Ekonomia 13(1), 16-35.
  10. & Union objectives and indexation externalities in a monopolistically competitive economy. Research in Economics 64(1), 28
  11. & Aggregate demand shocks, central bank preferences and macroeconomic outcomes with imperfect information. Economics Letters 105(3), 208-210.
  12. & Aggregate demand shocks, private signals and employment variability: Can better information be harmful?. Economics Letters 100(1), 101-104.
  13. & Supply shocks, private sector information and monetary policy: Is there inevitably a stabilization trade-off?. Economics Letters 96(1), 77-83.
  14. & Might a conservative central banker reduce employment variability?. Economics Letters 93(3), 367
  15. & Productivity, indexation and macroeconomic outcomes: The implications of goods market competition and wage bargaining structure. Journal of Economics and Business 58(5-6)-479.