2023 - Research.com Economics and Finance in United Kingdom Leader Award
2016 - Member of Academia Europaea
His primary scientific interests are in Monetary economics, Exchange rate, International economics, Inflation and Monetary hegemony. Paul De Grauwe works mostly in the field of Monetary economics, limiting it down to topics relating to Debt and, in certain cases, Financial system. The various areas that he examines in his Exchange rate study include Financial crisis and Economic model.
His study looks at the intersection of International economics and topics like European monetary union with Relevance. Paul De Grauwe combines subjects such as Risk premium, Intermediation and Margin with his study of Inflation. His Monetary hegemony research includes elements of Interest rate, Fiscal union, Politics and Maastricht Treaty.
His main research concerns Monetary economics, Exchange rate, International economics, Monetary policy and Inflation. His study in Monetary economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Animal spirits and Debt. His Exchange rate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Financial economics, Econometrics and Keynesian economics.
His International economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Financial market and European debt crisis, European integration. His study on Monetary policy is covered under Macroeconomics. His research in Currency focuses on subjects like Corporate governance, which are connected to Emerging markets and Recession.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Monetary economics, Business cycle, Animal spirits, Macroeconomic model and Monetary policy. His Monetary economics study combines topics in areas such as International economics and Debt. His Animal spirits research integrates issues from Optimism, Interest rate, Output gap and Deflation.
He has researched Macroeconomic model in several fields, including Supply and demand and Potential output, New Keynesian economics, Inflation. His Supply and demand research incorporates themes from Open economy and Exchange rate. Paul De Grauwe interconnects Corporate finance and General equilibrium theory in the investigation of issues within Monetary policy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Monetary economics, Business cycle, Macroeconomic model, Animal spirits and Capital. In the field of Monetary economics, his study on Fiscal policy, Monetary policy and Currency overlaps with subjects such as Flexibility and Empirical evidence. His research in Macroeconomic model intersects with topics in New Keynesian economics, Inflation and Output gap.
His Capital research incorporates elements of Market sentiment, Microeconomics, Payment and Financial integration. His work in Financial integration addresses issues such as Exchange rate volatility, which are connected to fields such as Monetary hegemony, East Asia and Politics. His research in Member states tackles topics such as International economics which are related to areas like Government debt.
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Economics of Monetary Union
Paul de Grauwe.
Exchange Rate Variability and the Slowdown in Growth of International Trade
Paul De Grauwe.
International monetary fund staff papers (1988)
Self-fulfilling crises in the Eurozone: an empirical test
Paul De Grauwe;Yuemei Ji.
Journal of International Money and Finance (2013)
The economics of monetary integration
Paul de Grauwe.
Exchange Rate Theory: Chaotic Models of Foreign Exchange Markets
Paul de Grauwe;Hans Dewachter;Marc Embrechts.
Endogeneities of optimal currency areas: What brings countries sharing a single currency closer together?
Paul De Grauwe;Francesco Paolo Mongelli.
Research Papers in Economics (2005)
Is Europe an Optimum Currency Area? Evidence from Regional Data
Paul De Grauwe;Wim Vanhaverbeke.
World Scientific Book Chapters (2014)
The Governance of a Fragile Eurozone
Paul De Grauwe.
Research Papers in Economics (2012)
Endogeneities of Optimum Currency Areas: What brings Countries Sharing a Single Currency Closer Together?
Paul De Grauwe;Paul De Grauwe;Paul De Grauwe;Francesco Paolo Mongelli;Francesco Paolo Mongelli.
Social Science Research Network (2005)
Exchange rate puzzles: A tale of switching attractors
Paul De Grauwe;Marianna Grimaldi.
European Economic Review (2006)
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