NEW PAPERS

HOW IT CAN BE DONE

ECONTRIBUTE POLICY BRIEF NO. 34  I August  2022

Rüdiger Bachmann, David Baqaee, Christian Bayer, Moritz Kuhn, Andreas Löschel, Ben McWilliams, Benjamin Moll, Andreas Peichl, Karen Pittel, Moritz Schularick, Georg Zachmann

WEALTH OF TWO NATIONS: THE U.S. RACIAL WEALTH GAP, 1860-2020

CEPR DISCUSSION PAPER 17328  I May  2022

Revision requested at the Quarterly Journal of Economics

Ellora Derenoncourt, Chi Hyun Kim, Moritz Kuhn, Moritz Schularick

POPULIST LEADERS AND THE ECONOMY

CEPR DISCUSSION PAPER 15405  I  2021

Revised June 2022

Revision requested at the American Economic Review

Manuel Funke, Moritz Schularick, Christoph Trebesch

MONETARY POLICY AND RACIAL INEQUALITY

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK STAFF REPORTS 959  I  2021

Revised March 2022, forthcoming Brookings Papers on Economic Activity

Alina Bartscher, Moritz Kuhn, Moritz Schularick, Paul Wachtel

THE ANATOMY OF THE GLOBAL SAVING GLUT

CEPR DISCUSSION PAPER 17215  I  APRIL 2022

Luis Bauluz, Filip Novokmet, Moritz Schularick

WEALTH AND ITS DISTRIBUTION IN GERMANY, 1895-2018

CEPR DISCUSSION PAPER 17269 I April 2022

Thilo Albers, Charlotte Bartels, Moritz Schularick

WHAT IF? THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS FOR GERMANY OF A STOP OF ENERGY IMPORTS FROM RUSSIA

ECONTRIBUTE POLICY BRIEF NO. 28   I  MARCH 2022

Rüdiger Bachmann, David Baqaee, Christian Bayer, Moritz Kuhn, Andreas Löschel, Benjamin Moll, Andreas Peichl, Karen Pittel, Moritz Schularick 

SUPERSTAR RETURNS: SPATIAL HETEROGENEITY IN RETURNS TO HOUSING

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK STAFF REPORTS 999  I  2021

Francisco Amaral, Martin Dohmen, Sebastian Kohl, Moritz Schularick

ZOMBIES AT LARGE? CORPORATE DEBT OVERHANG AND THE MACROECONOMY

CEPR DISCUSSION PAPER  15518 I  2020

Review of Financial Studies, forthcoming

Òscar Jordà, Martin Kornejew, Moritz Schularick, Alan Taylor

EXPORTWELTMEISTER: THE LOW RETURNS ON GERMANY'S CAPITAL EXPORTS

CEPR DISCUSSION PAPER 13863  I  2019

Revision requested at the Journal of International Economics

Franziska Hünnekes, Moritz Schularick, Christoph Trebesch

MODIGLIANI MEETS MINSKY: INEQUALITY, DEBT, AND FINANCIAL FRAGILITY IN AMERICA

CEPR DISCUSSION PAPER 14667  I  2020

Alina Bartscher, Moritz Kuhn, Moritz Schularick, Ulrike Steins

DISASTERS EVERYWHERE: THE COSTS OF BUSINESS CYCLES RECONSIDERED

NBER WORKING PAPER 26962  I  2020

Òscar Jordà, Moritz Schularick, Alan Taylor

THE TOTAL RISK PREMIUM PUZZLE

NBER WORKING PAPER 23653  I  2019

Òscar Jordà, Moritz Schularick, Alan Taylor