Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification Q4: Energy

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Quantitative effects of the shale oil revolution

Bank of Spain Working Papers [View] (Paper: 1518, 24.06.2015)

JEL: E17, Q41

Country-Specific Oil Supply Shocks and the Global Economy: A Counterfactual Analysis

Dallas Fed Institute Working Papers [View] (Paper: 0242, 20.05.2015)

JEL: C32, E17, F44, O53, Q43

What Drives the Global Interest Rate

Dallas Fed Institute Working Papers [View] (Paper: 0241, 20.05.2015)

JEL: E44, E50, Q43

Optimal monetary policy response to endogenous oil price fluctuations

National Bank of Belgium Working Papers [View] (Paper: 0277, 15.04.2015)

JEL: E52, E61, Q43

Oil and debt

Bank for International Settlements Quarterly Review [View] (Paper: 1503f, 18.03.2015)

JEL: D24, L71, Q43


A joint affine model of commodity futures and US Treasury yields

Bank of England Working papers [View] (Paper: wp526, 06.03.2015)

JEL: E43, G13, Q40

The biofuel connection: impact of US regulation on oil and food prices

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 487, 12.02.2015)

JEL: H23, O13, Q16, Q48

Forecasting the Brent oil price: addressing time-variation in forecast performance

European Central Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 1735, 18.09.2014)

JEL: C43, E32, Q43

Fuel Subsidies, the Oil Market and the World Economy

Dallas Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 1407, 27.08.2014)

JEL: E62, F41, Q43

The Role of Oil Price Shocks in Causing U.S. Recessions

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System International Financial Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 1114, 19.08.2014)

JEL: E32, E37, E51, Q43

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