London School of Economics and Political Science
Charles Bean mainly focuses on Macroeconomics, Unemployment, Labour economics, Inflation targeting and Inflation. Charles Bean interconnects Microeconomics and Econometric model in the investigation of issues within Macroeconomics. His work carried out in the field of Unemployment brings together such families of science as Wage equation and Demographic economics.
His study looks at the intersection of Labour economics and topics like Production with Consumption. Inflation targeting is a primary field of his research addressed under Monetary policy. Charles Bean has included themes like Business cycle, Asset and Financial stability in his Inflation study.
His primary areas of study are Monetary policy, Monetary economics, Unemployment, Macroeconomics and Inflation targeting. His Monetary policy research incorporates themes from Asset and Inflation. His Monetary economics study deals with Financial stability intersecting with Business cycle.
The various areas that Charles Bean examines in his Unemployment study include Collective bargaining and Labour economics. His Labour economics study incorporates themes from Productivity and Endogenous growth theory. His studies in Inflation targeting integrate themes in fields like Fiscal policy and Debt.
Charles Bean spends much of his time researching Monetary policy, Inflation targeting, Inflation, Keynesian economics and Macroeconomics. His Monetary policy study results in a more complete grasp of Monetary economics. His Inflation targeting study also includes
The study incorporates disciplines such as Relative price, Capital and Globalization in addition to Inflation. His Keynesian economics study which covers Economy that intersects with Schools of economic thought. His Business cycle, Real interest rate and Zero lower bound study in the realm of Macroeconomics connects with subjects such as Increased risk and SAFER.
Charles Bean mainly investigates Monetary policy, Inflation, Inflation targeting, Monetary base and Monetary hegemony. His Monetary policy study is focused on Monetary economics and Keynesian economics. His work in Inflation addresses subjects such as Relative price, which are connected to disciplines such as Production and International economics.
Inflation targeting is a subfield of Macroeconomics that Charles Bean tackles. His work deals with themes such as Bank rate, Quantitative easing, Forward guidance, Credit channel and Monetarism, which intersect with Monetary base. His Monetary hegemony study combines topics in areas such as Deleveraging, Financial crisis, Great Contraction, Economic policy and International finance.
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European unemployment: a survey
Journal of Economic Literature (1992)
Monetary policy after the fall
Charles R. Bean;Matthias Paustian;Adrian Penalver;Tim Taylor.
Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole (2010)
The rise in unemployment: a multi-country study
C. R. Bean;P. R. G. Layard;S. J. Nickell.
Unemployment, consumption and growth
Charles Bean;Christoforos Antoniou Pissarides.
European Economic Review (1993)
TARGETING NOMINAL INCOME: AN APPRAISAL*
Charles R. Bean.
The Economic Journal (1983)
Economic and Monetary Union in Europe
Charles R. Bean.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (1992)
The New UK Monetary Arrangements: A View From the Literature
The Economic Journal (1998)
Asset prices, financial imbalances and monetary policy: are inflation targets enough?
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
An Econometric Model of Manufacturing Investment in the UK
C. R. Bean.
The Economic Journal (1981)
JOSEPH SCHUMPETER LECTURE THE GREAT MODERATION, THE GREAT PANIC, AND THE GREAT CONTRACTION
Journal of the European Economic Association (2010)
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