Jordi Galí and Luca Gambetti provide evidence on the response of stock prices to monetary policy shocks, and try to use that evidence to infer the nature of the impact of interest rate changes on the bubble component of stock prices.
Santi Budría and Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell are the first to relax the assumption that individuals respond identically to societal information regardless of their personality.
Albrecht Glitz asks whether and to what extent a worker’s labor market outcomes are affected by the social network in which he or she is embedded.
Caterina Calsamiglia and Antonio Miralles show that the common mechanisms for allocating children according to their preferences may be limited whenever there are coarse priorities to break ties.
Albert Banal-Estañol, Inés Macho-Stadler, and David Pérez-Castrillo study collaboration between academics and firms. They are the first to provide a one-to-one two-sided matching market model of academic researchers and firms developing research projects.
Fernando Broner, Aitor Erce, Alberto Martín, and Jaume Ventura provide a new and original view of this sovereign debt crisis, drawing heavily from insights obtained in their earlier theoretical work.