International Research: Publications

Research and policy analysis on global macroeconomic, trade, and finance issues affecting the United States.
Liberty Street Economics
The New York Fed DSGE Model Forecast—May 2017
Ozge Akinci, Marco Del Negro, Abhi Gupta, Pearl Li, and Erica Moszkowski
May 31, 2017
The End of China’s Export Juggernaut
Thomas Klitgaard and Harry Wheeler
April 12, 2017
Financial Crises and the Desirability of Macroprudential Policy
Ozge Akinci and Albert Queralto
April 10, 2017
China’s Continuing Credit Boom
Jeff Dawson, Alex Etra, and Aaron Rosenblum
February 27, 2017
At the N.Y. Fed: Capital Flows, Policy Dilemmas, and the Future of Global Financial Integration
Bianca De Paoli, Luca Dedola, Linda Goldberg, Arnaud Mehl, John Rogers, and Livio Stracca
December 20, 2016
Inflation and Japan’s Ever-Tightening Labor Market
Bianca De Paoli, Thomas Klitgaard, and Harry Wheeler
November 14, 2016
The Rapidly Changing Nature of Japan’s Public Debt
Thomas Klitgaard and Harry Wheeler
June 22, 2016
Current Issues in Economics and Finance
The Balance of Payments Crisis in the Euro Area Periphery
Matthew Higgins and Thomas Klitgaard
Volume 20, Number 2  2014
Why Is the U.S. Share of World Merchandise Exports Shrinking?
Benjamin R. Mandel
Volume 18, Number 1   2012
Staff Reports
Credit Spreads, Financial Crises, and Macroprudential Policy
Ozge Akinci and Albert Queralto
Number 802  November 2016
News Shocks, Monetary Policy and Foreign Currency Positions
Bianca De Paoli and Hande Küçük,
Number 750  December 2015
Good News Is Bad News: Leverage Cycles and Sudden Stops
Ozge Akinci and Ryan Chahrour
Number 738  September 2015
What Determines the Composition of International Bank Flows?
Cornelia Kerl and Friederike Niepmann
Number 681  July 2014
Liquidity Risk and U.S. Bank Lending at Home and Abroad
Ricardo Correa, Linda Goldberg, and Tara Rice
Number 676  June 2014
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