Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification D61: Allocative Efficiency; Cost-Benefit Analysis

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Top Income Concentration and Volatility

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System FEDS series [View] (Paper: 2018-010, 05.02.2018)

JEL: D31, D61

Wage bargaining regimes and firms' adjustments to the Great Recession

European Central Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 2051, 03.05.2017)

JEL: D22, D61, J30, J50

Currency wars or efficient spillovers?

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 615, 21.03.2017)

JEL: D61, F13, F33, F42

Stability and Efficiency in Decentralized TwoSided Markets with Weak Preferences

Bank of Canada Working papers [View] (Paper: 2017-04, 16.02.2017)

JEL: C78, D61

Consumption over the life cycle in Poland

National Bank of Poland Working papers [View] (Paper: 252, 07.12.2016)

JEL: C49, D61, D91

Capital and labour (mis)allocation in the euro area: some stylized facts and determinants

European Central Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 1981, 18.11.2016)

JEL: D24, D61, O47

Relationship lending in the interbank market and the price of liquidity

Boston Fed Working papers [View] (Paper: 16-7, 14.07.2016)

JEL: D61, E44, G10, G21

The Value of Payment Instruments: Estimating Willingness to Pay and Consumer Surplus

Reserve Bank of Australia Research Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: RDP2015-03, 30.03.2015)

JEL: C83, D12, D61, E42

Oil shocks and optimal monetary policy

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 307, 15.04.2010)

JEL: D61, E61

Endogenous choice of bank liquidity: the role of fire sales

Bank of England Working papers [View] (Paper: 376, 27.11.2009)

JEL: D61, E58, G21, G28, G32

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