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1742: A great disturbance in the crypto: Understanding cryptocurrency returns under attacks Downloads
Simona Ramos, Fabio Pianese and Ester Oliveras
1741: Real-Time inequality and the welfare state in motion: Evidence from COVID-19 in Spain Downloads
Oriol Aspachs, Ruben Durante, Alberto Graziano, Josep Mestres, José Garcia Montalvo and Marta Reynal-Querol
1740: Distributional effects of COVID-19 on spending: A first look at the evidence from Spain Downloads
José Garcia Montalvo and Marta Reynal-Querol
1739: The short- and long-run employment impact of Covid-19 through the effects of real and financial shocks on new firms Downloads
Christoph Albert, Andrea Caggese and Beatriz González
1738: Detecting accounting fraud using quantitative techniques Downloads
Nirali Singh and Oriol Amat
1737: Forward looking loan provisions: Credit supply and risk-taking Downloads
Bernardo Morais, Gaizka Ormazabal, José-Luis Peydró, Mónica Roa and Miguel Sarmiento
1736: Big tech mergers Downloads
Massimo Motta and Martin Peitz
1735: Shelving or developing? The acquisition of potential competitors under financial constraints Downloads
Chiara Fumagalli, Massimo Motta and Emanuele Tarantino
1734: Real-time inequality and the welfare state in motion: Evidence from COVID-19 in Spain Downloads
Oriol Aspachs, Ruben Durante, Alberto Graziano, Josep Mestres, José Garcia Montalvo and Marta Reynal-Querol
1733: Riding out of a financial crisis: The joint effect of trust and corporate ownership Downloads
Mario Daniele Amore and Mircea Epure
1732: Public health interventions in the face of pandemics: network structure, social distancing, and heterogeneity Downloads
Mohammad Ghaderi
1731: Credit demand versus supply channels: Experimental- and administrative-based evidence Downloads
Valentina Michelangeli, José-Luis Peydró and Enrico Sette
1730: Production and financial networks in interplay: Crisis evidence from supplier-customer and credit registers Downloads
Kenan Huremović, Jiménez Gabriel, Enrique Moral-Benito, Jose-Luis Peydro and Fernando Vega-Redondo
1729: Colonization, early settlers and development: The case of Latin America Downloads
José Garcia Montalvo and Marta Reynal-Querol
1728: How the covid-19 lockdown affected gender Inequality in paid and unpaid work in Spain Downloads
Lidia Farré, Yarine Fawaz, Libertad Gonzalez and Jennifer Graves
1727: Optimal lockdown in a commuting network Downloads
Pablo D. Fajgelbaum, Amit Khandelwal, Wookun Kim, Cristiano Mantovani and Edouard Schaal
1726: Monetary policy and asset price bubbles: a laboratory experiment Downloads
Jordi Galí, Giovanni Giusti and Charles Noussair
1725: Macroprudential policy, mortgage cycles and distributional effects: Evidence from the UK Downloads
Jose-Luis Peydro, Francesc Rodríguez Tous, Jagdish Tripathy and Arzu Uluc
1724: Trusting the bankers: A new look at the credit channel of monetary policy Downloads
Matteo Ciccarelli, Angela Maddaloni and Jose-Luis Peydro
1723: Asocial capital: Civic culture and social distancing during COVID-19 Downloads
Ruben Durante, Luigi Guiso and Giorgio Gulino
1722: Quantitative easing, investment, and safe assets: the corporate-bond lending channel Downloads
Erasmo Giambona, Rafael Matta, Jose-Luis Peydro and Ye Wang
1721: Stressed banks? Evidence from the largest-ever supervisory review Downloads
Puriya Abbassi, Rajkamal Iyer, José-Luis Peydró and Paul E. Soto
1720: Media persuasion through slanted language: Evidence from the coverage of immigration Downloads
Milena Djourelova
1719: Random utility models with ordered types and domains Downloads
Jose Apesteguia and Miguel Ángel Ballester
1718: Comments on: "What drives aggregate investment? Evidence from German survey data." Downloads
Andrea Caggese
1717: Hinterlands, city formation and growth: evidence from the U.S. westward expansion Downloads
David Krisztián Nagy
1716: Optimal policy perturbations Downloads
Régis Barnichon and Geert Mesters
1715: On Public Spending and Unions Downloads
Fernando Broner, Alberto Martin and Jaume Ventura
1714: Herding cycles Downloads
Edouard Schaal and Mathieu Taschereau-Dumouchel
1713: Covid-19 coronavirus and macroeconomic policy Downloads
Luca Fornaro and Martin Wolf
1712: Security design in non-exclusive markets with asymmetric information Downloads
Vladimir Asriyan and Victoria Vanasco
1711: Forecasting in the presence of instabilities: How do we know whether models predict well and how to improve them Downloads
Barbara Rossi
1710: Investor experiences and international capital flows Downloads
Ulrike Malmendier, Demian Pouzo and Victoria Vanasco
1709: Evaluating the economic cost of coastal flooding Downloads
Klaus Desmet, Robert E. Kopp, Scott A. Kulp, David Krisztián Nagy, Michael Oppenheimer, Esteban Rossi-Hansberg and Benjamin H. Strauss
1708: All aboard: The aggregate effects of port development Downloads
César Ducruet, Réka Juhász, David Krisztián Nagy and Claudia Steinwender
1707: Monetary conditions and banks' behaviour in the Czech Republic Downloads
Adam Gersl, Petr Jakubík, Dorota Kowalczyk, Steven Ongena and Jose-Luis Peydro
1706: Credit supply and monetary policy: Identifying the bank balance-sheet channel with loan applications Downloads
Gabriel Jimenez, Steven Ongena, Jose-Luis Peydro and Jesús Saurina
1705: Hazardous times for monetary policy: what do twenty-three million bank loans say about the effects on credit risk-taking? Downloads
Gabriel Jiménez, Steven Ongena, Jose-Luis Peydro and Jesús Saurina
1704: Monetary policy, risk-taking and pricing: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment Downloads
Vasso Ioannidou, Steven Ongena and Jose-Luis Peydro
1703: Monetary policy and bank lending in developing countries: loan applications, rates, and real effects Downloads
Charles Abuka, Ronnie K. Alinda, Camelia Minoiu, Jose-Luis Peydro and Andrea Presbitero
1702: Shocks abroad, pain at home? Bank-firm level evidence on the international transmission of financial shocks Downloads
Steven Ongena, Jose-Luis Peydro and Neeltje Van Horen
1701: Has the information channel of monetary policy disappeared? Revisiting the empirical evidence Downloads
Lukas Hoesch, Barbara Rossi and Tatevik Sekhposyan
1700: Macroprudential policy and credit supply Downloads
Jose-Luis Peydro
1699: “In the short run blasé, In the long run risqué” On the effects of monetary policy on bank credit risk-taking in the short versus long run Downloads
Gabriel Jimenez, Stevem Ongena, Jose-Luis Peydro and Jesús Saurina
1698: Countercyclical liquidity policy and credit cycles: Evidence from macroprudential and monetary policy in Brazil Downloads
João Barata R. Blanco Barroso, Rodrigo Gonzalez, Jose-Luis Peydro and Bernardus Van Doornik
1697: Cash transfers and fertility: How the introduction and cancellation of a child benefit affected births and abortions Downloads
Libertad Gonzalez and Sofia Trommlerová
1696: Prospects of blockchain in contract and property Downloads
Benito Arruñada
1695: Privatizing public registries: A comparative analysis of organizational options Downloads
Benito Arruñada
1694: Mismatch cycles Downloads
Isaac Baley, Ana Figueiredo and Robert Ulbricht
1693: Winners and losers from Sovereign debt inflows: evidence from the stock market Downloads
Fernando Broner, Alberto Martin, Lorenzo Pandolfi and Tomas Williams
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