Helmut Stix

Stix

Research interests

  • household financial behavior
  • dollarization (euroization)
  • money demand and the role of payment innovations
  • political economy

Selected publications

Brown, M., Hentschel, N., Mettler, H., Stix, Helmut (2022). The Convenience of Electronic Payments and Consumer Cash Demand, Journal of Monetary Economics.

Knell, M., Stix, H. (2021). Perceptions of Inequality. European Journal of Political Economy, 2020, 65.

Bagnall, J., Bounie, D., Huynh, K. P., Kosse, A., Schmidt, T., Schuh, S., Stix, H. (2016), Consumer Cash Usage and Management: A Cross-Country Comparison with Diary Survey Data, International Journal of Central Banking 12(4), 1–61.

Brown, M., Stix, H. (2015). The Euroization of Bank Deposits in Eastern Europe, Economic Policy, 81, 95–139.

Beckmann, E., Stix, H. (2015). Foreign Currency Borrowing and Knowledge About Exchange Rate Risk, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 112, 1–16.

von Kalckreuth, U., Schmidt, T., Stix, H. (2014). Using Cash to Monitor Liquidity - Implications for Payments, Currency Demand and Withdrawal Behavior, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 46 (8) December, 1753–1785.

Stix, H. (2004). How Do Debit Cards Affect Cash Demand? Survey Data Evidence, Empirica, 31(2–3), 93–115.

Freeman, J., Hays, J., Stix, H. (2000). Democracy and Markets: The Case of Exchange Rates”, 2000, American Journal of Political Science, 44(3), 449–468.