PUBLICATION INDICATORS @ APRIL 2020
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Cambridge U Press 2004
Cambridge U Press 2002
Selected Publications are listed below. Click on the CV button to download my CV.
Cambridge U Press 2010
Edward Elgar 1995
MIT Press 2013
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SELECTED REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (see CV for more up to date information)
“Analyzing Credit Risk Transmission to the Non-Financial Sector in Europe: A Network Approach” (with Christian Gross), Journal of Applied Econometrics (forthcoming).
"Monetary Policy Spillovers: A Global Empirical Perspective" (with D. Lombardi and S. St. Amand), International Journal of Central Banking ( June2019).
"A SURVEY OF THE INTERNATIONAL EVIDENCE AND LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT UNCONVENTIONAL MONETARY POLICIES: IS A ‘NEW NORMAL’ IN OUR FUTURE?", (with D. Lombardi and S. St. Amand) Journal of Economic Surveys (Dec. 2018): 1229-56.
“Benchmarking Macroprudential Policies: An Initial Assessment” (with Domenico Lombardi), Journal of Financial Stability 27 (December 2016): 35-49. See also Creighton’s Take: Wall Street Journal, 8 November 2016.
“Macroeconomic Consequences of the Real-Financial Nexus: Imbalances and Spillovers Between China and the U.S.” (with Ke Pang), Journal of International Money and Finance 65 (July 2016): 195-212.
“The Credit Cycle and the Business Cycle in Canada and the US: Two Solitudes?” (with Brady Lavender, former MABE student), Canadian Public Policy 41 (June 2015): 109-123.
“The Monetary Policy Council and the Governing Council: Two Canadian Tales” (with Matthias Neuenkirch), International Journal of Central Banking 11 (January 2015): 225-50.
"The Effect of Index Futures Trading on Volatility: Three Markets for Chinese Stocks" (with M. Bohl and J. Diesteldorf), China Economic Review 34 (July 2015): 207-224.
“Communications Challenges for Multi-Tasking Central Banks: Evidence and Implications”, International Finance 17 (Spring 2014): 77-98.
“On the Wisdom of Second Opinions: Shadowing the ECB and the Bank of England”, (with Matthias Neuenkirch), European Journal of Political Economy 32 (December 2013): 135-48.
“Are Short Sellers Positive Feedback Traders? Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis” (with Martin Bohl and Arne Klein), Journal of Financial Stability 9 (September 2013): 337-346.
"Sources of Disagreement in Inflation Forecasts: An International Empirical Investigation" Journal of International Economics 90 (1, 2013): 218-231.
CONSULTING & PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Bank of Japan, Centre for International Governance Innovation, CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) , Reserve Bank of New Zealand, National Bank of Austria, Norges Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Bank of Canada, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, European Commission, European Central Bank, Bank of Finland, Bank for International Settlements, Central Bank of Sri Lanka, National Bank of Hungary, Centre for, International Governance Innovation, Bank Negara Malaysia, TD Bank (Toronto-Dominion), Central Bank of Turkey, Austrian National Bank, Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research
2008 Rimini Centre Conference, Rimini, Italy
2009 Manchester University, Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research, Manchester, U.K.
2011 Centre for Banking Studies, Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Colombo, Sri Lanka
2012 7th SEEMHN Conference, Central Bank of Albania, Tirana, Albania
2013 Receiver General of Canada Conference, Ottawa
2014 Banco Central de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia
2015, Rimini Centre Conference, Rimini, Italy
2017 Ruhr International Energy Conference, Duisburg, Germany
2018 Universite Catholique Louvain (St. Louis), Brussels, Belgium
2019 41st Meeting of the Central bank Governors’ Club of the Central Asia, Black Sea Region and Balkan Countries