Peter Lindner

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Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Applied microeconometrics
  • Borrower based macroprudential policy
  • Financial Stability
  • Households finance
  • Survey methodology

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Lindner, P., Loeffler, A., Segalla, E., Valitova, G., Vogel, U. (2019). International monetary policy spillovers through the bank funding channel. Journal of International Money and Finance, Volume 90, pp. 161–174.

Fessler, P., Kasy, M., Lindner, P. (2018). Survey mode effects on measured income inequality. Journal of Economic Inequality, 16(4), pp. 487–505.

Fessler, P., Lindner, P., Schürz, M. (2018). Eurosystem Household Finance and Consumption Survey 2017 for Austria. Monetary Policy & the Economy, Q4/18, OeNB, pp. 36–66.

Albacete, N., Lindner, P. (2017). Simulating the impact of borrower-based macroprudential policies on mortgages and the real estate sector in Austria – evidence from the Household Finance and Consumption Survey 2014. Financial Stability Report 33/2017, OeNB, pp. 52–68.

Albacete, N., Lindner, P. (2017). How strong is the wealth channel of monetary policy transmission? A microeconometric evaluation for Austria. Monetary Policy & the Economy Q2/17, OeNB, pp. 32–53.

Lindner, P., Redak, V. (2017). The resilience of households in bank bail-ins. Financial Stability Report 33/2017, OeNB, pp. 88–101.

Andreasch, M., Lindner, P. (2016). Micro and macro data: a comparison of the Household Finance and Consumption Survey with financial accounts in Austria. Journal of Official Statistics, Volume 32, Number 1, pp. 1–28.

Arrondel, L., Bartiloro, L., Fessler, P., Mathä, T. Y., Rampazzi, C., Savignac, F., Schmidt, T., Schürz, M., Vermeulen, P. (2016). How do households allocate their assets? Stylised facts from the Eurosystem household finance and consumption survey. The International Journal of Central Banking (IJCB), Volume 12, Number 2, pp. 129–220.

Lindner, P. (2015). Factor decomposition of the wealth distribution in the euro area. Empirica - Journal of European Economics, Volume 42, Issue 2, pp. 291–322.