- household financial behavior
- dollarization (euroization)
- money demand and the role of payment innovations
- political economy
Stix, H. (2013). Why Do People Save in Cash? Distrust, Memories of Banking Crises, Weak Institutions and Dollarization, Journal of Banking and Finance, 37(11), 4087-4106.
Brown, M., Stix, H. (2015). The Euroization of Bank Deposits in Eastern Europe, Economic Policy, 81, 95-139.
Hake, M., Fidrmuc, J., Stix, H. (2013). Households’ Foreign Currency Borrowing in Central and Eastern Europe, Journal of Banking and Finance, 37(6), 1880-1897.
Beckmann, E., Stix, H. (2015). Foreign Currency Borrowing and Knowledge About Exchange Rate Risk, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 112, 1-16.
Stix, H. (2013). Does the Broad Public Want to Consolidate Public Debt? – The Role of Fairness and of Policy Credibility, Kyklos, 66(1), 102-129.
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.
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.
Knell, M., Stix, H. (2015). Trust in Banks during Normal and Crises Times – Evidence from Survey Data, Economica, 82(S1), December 2015, 995-1020.