Bianca De Paoli

Bianca  De Paoli

Senior Economist
International Research Function
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Revisiting the forward premium anomaly using consumption habits: A New Keynesian Model
With Jens Sondergaard
Economica, Forthcoming

Coordinating Monetary and Macroprudential Policies
With Matthias Paustian
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Forthcoming

Policy Design in a Model with Swings in Risk Appetite
With Pawel Zabczyk
Oxford Economic Papers

Cyclical Risk Aversion, Precautionary Saving and Monetary Policy PDF
With Pawel Zabczyk
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
49 pages/ 500 kb

Why do risk premia vary over time? A theoretical investigation under habit formationoffsite
With Pawel Zabczyk
Macroeconomic Dynamics, 16 (S2), 252-266, September 2012

A Bayesian approach to optimal monetary policy with parameter and model uncertaintyoffsite
With Timothy Cogley, Christian Matthes,Kalin Nikolov and Tony Yates
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 35, 12, 1997 - 2228, December 2011

On the International Dimension of Fiscal Policyoffsite
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 42, 8, 1523-1542, December 2010

Asset Pricing Implications of a New Keynesian Modeloffsite
With Alasdair Scott, and Olaf Weeken
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control,34, 10, October 2010

Monetary Policy under Alternative Asset Market Structures: The Case of a Small Open Economy offsite
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 41, 7, October 2010

Monetary Policy and Welfare in a Small Open Economyoffsite
Journal of International Economics, 77, 1, February 2009

Book Chapters
Comment on "Asymmetric Shocks in a Currency Union with Monetary and Fiscal Handcuffs" offsite
NBER International Seminar on Macroeconomics 2010, September 2011

Costs of sovereign defaultoffsite
With Victoria Saporta, and Glenn Hoggarth
Sovereign Debt: From Safety to Default, 23 - 33, April 2011

Bianca De Paoli's CVPDF

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