Philipp University of Marburg
His primary areas of study are Monetary policy, Monetary economics, Inflation, Interest rate and Market depth. His Monetary policy research integrates issues from Ordered probit and Econometrics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Independence and Central bank.
His work carried out in the field of Central bank brings together such families of science as Endogeneity and Price of stability. His work on Output gap as part of general Interest rate research is often related to Market capitalization and Stock market, thus linking different fields of science. Bernd Hayo has researched Taylor rule in several fields, including Counterfactual thinking, Out of sample, Real interest rate and European central bank.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Monetary policy, Monetary economics, Interest rate, Inflation and Financial market. His research investigates the connection with Monetary policy and areas like Financial crisis which intersect with concerns in Financial system and Recession. His Monetary economics study incorporates themes from Volatility and Autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity.
The Interest rate study combines topics in areas such as Payroll tax, Ordered probit and Governing Council. His Inflation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Government, Independence and Voting. His studies in Financial market integrate themes in fields like Money market, Spillover effect, Bond market, Emerging markets and Bond.
Bernd Hayo mainly focuses on Monetary policy, Monetary economics, Inflation, Public economics and Survey data collection. Bernd Hayo interconnects Government, Financial economics, Voting and Interest rate in the investigation of issues within Monetary policy. His Voting research includes themes of Institution and Independence.
His Interest rate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Banking sector and Governing Council. His research integrates issues of Margin and Financial literacy in his study of Monetary economics. His study in Public economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic policy, Test theory, Politics and Debt.
His primary areas of investigation include Monetary policy, Public economics, Econometrics, Term and Judicial independence. His Monetary policy study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Monetary economics. His Public economics research includes elements of Government spending, Layperson, European central bank, Debt and Public opinion.
Bernd Hayo has included themes like Immigration and Refugee in his Inflation study. The concepts of his Voting study are interwoven with issues in Government, Institution and Demographic economics. His Demographic economics research incorporates themes from Consumption and Interest rate.
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Subjective economic well-being in Eastern Europe
Bernd Hayo;Wolfgang Seifert.
Journal of Economic Psychology (2003)
Inflation culture, central bank independence and price stability
European Journal of Political Economy (1998)
Explaining de facto judicial independence
Bernd Hayo;Stefan Voigt.
International Review of Law and Economics (2007)
Reconsidering central bank independence
Bernd Hayo;Bernd Hayo;Carsten Hefeker.
European Journal of Political Economy (2002)
Industry effects of monetary policy in Germany
Bernd Hayo;Birgit Uhlenbrock.
Social Science Research Network (2000)
Asymmetric monetary policy effects in EMU
Volker Clausen;Bernd Hayo.
Applied Economics (2006)
Determinants of Constitutional Change: Why Do Countries Change Their Form of Government?
Bernd Hayo;Stefan Voigt.
Social Science Research Network (2010)
Comparing monetary policy reaction functions: ECB versus Bundesbank
Bernd Hayo;Bernd Hayo;Boris Hofmann.
Empirical Economics (2006)
Determinants of European stock market integration
David Büttner;Bernd Hayo.
Economic Systems (2011)
The impact of news, oil prices, and global market developments on Russian financial markets1
Bernd Hayo;Ali M. Kutan.
Economics of Transition (2005)
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