Monetary economics, Macroeconomics, Fiscal policy, Financial crisis and Currency are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Business cycle and Consumption, which intersect with Monetary economics. His study in the field of Inflation targeting and Price level also crosses realms of Financial development, Forecast bias and Christian ministry.
His Fiscal policy research incorporates themes from Discount points and Consensus forecast. His Financial crisis research focuses on Recession and how it connects with Fiscal union, European debt crisis, Debt, Economic policy and Liberalization. Specifically, his work in Currency is concerned with the study of Devaluation.
Lars Jonung mainly focuses on Monetary economics, Currency, Monetary policy, Inflation and Fiscal policy. Lars Jonung integrates Monetary economics and Stock in his studies. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Currency, concentrating on Exchange rate and frequently concerns with Financial crisis.
Lars Jonung interconnects Price level and Unemployment in the investigation of issues within Monetary policy. His Inflation study contributes to a more complete understanding of Macroeconomics. His study in Fiscal policy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic policy, Stability and Growth Pact, Depression and Debt.
His primary scientific interests are in Monetary economics, Monetary policy, Fiscal policy, Inflation targeting and Public support. His work on Central bank, Moneyness and Monetary base as part of general Monetary economics study is frequently linked to Column and Secular variation, bridging the gap between disciplines. Lars Jonung works mostly in the field of Monetary policy, limiting it down to topics relating to Interest rate and, in certain cases, Forward guidance, as a part of the same area of interest.
His studies examine the connections between Fiscal policy and genetics, as well as such issues in Austerity, with regards to Economic stability and Government debt. Lars Jonung focuses mostly in the field of Inflation targeting, narrowing it down to matters related to Exchange rate and, in some cases, Financial crisis. His study looks at the intersection of Unemployment and topics like Currency with European central bank and Economic policy.
Lars Jonung mainly investigates Monetary policy, Financial system, Public support, Monetary economics and Currency. His Financial system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Optimum currency area, Single Euro Payments Area, Sovereign debt, European central bank and Unemployment. His study on Public support is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Macroeconomics, Member states, Socioeconomic status and Economic policy.
His Monetary economics research focuses on Central bank and Inflation targeting. The various areas that Lars Jonung examines in his Inflation targeting study include Exchange rate, Currency board, Exchange-rate regime, Economy and Financial crisis. His research in the fields of Medium of exchange overlaps with other disciplines such as Public trust and Opinion poll.
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A Fiscal Union for the Euro: Some Lessons from History
Michael D. Bordo;Lars Jonung;Agnieszka Markiewicz.
CESifo Economic Studies (2013)
Improving fiscal policy in the EU: the case for independent forecasts
Lars Jonung;Martin Larch.
Economic Policy (2006)
The Future of EMU: What Does the History of Monetary Unions Tell Us?
Michael D. Bordo;Lars Jonung.
Research Papers in Economics (1999)
Pioneering price level targeting : The Swedish experience 1931-1937*
Claes Berg;Lars Jonung.
Journal of Monetary Economics (1999)
Russian Currency and Finance: A Currency Board Approach to Reform
Steve H. Hanke;Lars Jonung;Kurt Schuler.
Perceived and Expected Rates of Inflation in Sweden
The American Economic Review (1981)
Knut wicksell's norm of price stabilization and Swedish monetary policy in the 1930's
Journal of Monetary Economics (1979)
Historical Evidence on Business Cycles: The International Experience
U. Michael Bergman;Michael D. Bordo;Lars Jonung.
Research Papers in Economics (1998)
The Long-run Behavior of Velocity: The institutional approach revisited
Michael D. Bordo;Lars Jonung.
Journal of Policy Modeling (1990)
The euro: It can't happen, It's a bad idea, It won't last. US economists on the EMU, 1989-2002
Lars Jonung;Eoin Drea.
Research Papers in Economics (2009)
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