- economics of transition
- fiscal policy
- macrofinancial stability
- international capital flows
Eller, M., Hauzenberger, N., Huber, F., Schuberth, H., Vashold, L. (2021). The impact of macroprudential policies on capital flows in CESEE. Journal of International Money and Finance, forthcoming, 102495.
Eller, M., Jovanovic, B., Scheiber, T. (2021). What do people in CESEE think about public debt? OeNB, Focus on European Economic Integration Q3/21: 35–58.
Eller, M., Huber, F., Schuberth, H. (2020). How important are global factors for understanding the dynamics of international capital flows? Journal of International Money and Finance, 109, 102221.
Eller, M., Martin, R., Schuberth, H., Vashold, L. (2020). Macroprudential policies in CESEE – an intensity-adjusted approach. OeNB, Focus on European Economic Integration Q2/20: 65–81.
Comunale, M., Eller, M., Lahnsteiner, M. (2020). Assessing credit gaps in CESEE based on levels justified by fundamentals – drawing a comparison across different estimation approaches. OeNB, Working Paper 229, March 2020.
Eller, M., Holler, J. (2018). Digging into the composition of government debt in CESEE: a risk evaluation. OeNB, Focus on European Economic Integration, Q2/18, 56–80.
Eller, M., Feldkircher, M., Huber, F. (2017). How would a fiscal shock in Germany affect other European countries? Evidence from a Bayesian GVAR model with sign restrictions. OeNB, Focus on European Economic Integration Q1/17, 54–77.
Eller, M., Fidrmuc, J., Fungáčová, Z. (2016). Fiscal Policy and Regional Output Volatility: Evidence from Russia. Regional Studies, 50(11): 1849–1862.
Denisova, I., Eller, M., Frye, T., Zhuravskaya, E. (2012). Everyone Hates Privatization, but Why? Survey Evidence from 28 Post-Communist Countries. Journal of Comparative Economics, 40, 44–61.
Denisova, I., Eller, M., Zhuravskaya, E. (2010). What do Russians Think about Transition?. Economics of Transition 18(2): 249–280.
Denisova, I., Eller, M., Frye, T., Zhuravskaya, E. (2009). Who Wants To Revise Privatization? The Complementarity of Market Skills and Institutions. American Political Science Review 103(2): 284–304.