- banking and financial markets
- monetary policy
- Russia, Ukraine and other CIS countries: macrostructural monitoring and analysis
- China’s New Silk Road, Central Asian economic history
Barisitz, S. and A. Hildebrandt (2020). Macroprudential policy in the Western Balkans: the last five years and COVID-19 crisis response, Focus on European Economic Integration (FEEI) Q4/20, OeNB.
Barisitz, S. (2020). China’s New Silk Road: a stocktaking update and economic review (2017-19), FEEI, Q1/20, OeNB.
Barisitz, S. (2019). Non-performing loans in CESEE – a brief update on their definitions and recent developments, FEEI, Q2/19, OeNB.
Barisitz, S. (2018). The Russian banking sector: between instability and recovery, Financial Stability Report (FSR) 35, OeNB.
Barisitz, S. and A. Radzyner (2017). The New Silk Road, part II: implications for Europe, FEEI Q4/17, OeNB.
Barisitz, S. and A. Radzyner (2017). The New Silk Road, part I: a stocktaking and economic assessment, FEEI Q3/17, OeNB.
Barisitz, S. and M. Lahnsteiner (2017). Ukraine’s banking sector: still very weak, but some signs of improvement, FSR 33, OeNB.
Barisitz, S. (2017). Central Asia and the Silk Road – Economic Rise and Decline over Several Millennia (monograph), Studies in Economic History, Springer International Publishing, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Barisitz, S. and A. Breitenfellner (2017). How do resource-driven economies cope with the oil price slump? A comparative survey of ten major oil-exporting countries, FEEI Q1/17, OeNB.
Barisitz, S. (2016). Silk Road cycles over about two millennia, wiiw Monthly Report 2016/10.