Facts on Austria and Its Banks – April 2019 – Key indicators updated July 2019Published by the Oesterreichische Nationalbank, “Facts on Austria and Its Banks” provides a regular assessment of economic and banking developments in Austria, based on key indicators for the economy (e.g. economic structure, innovation performance, inflation, labor market, real estate market, external trade, government debt) and the banking industry (e.g. profitability, capital ratios, levels of exposure to CESEE).
Financial Stability Report 37 – June 2019The OeNB’s biannual Financial Stability Report provides regular analyses of Austrian and international developments with an impact on financial stability. In addition, it includes studies offering in-depth insights into specific topics related to financial stability.
Focus on European Economic Integration Q2/19This publication presents economic analyses and outlooks as well as analytical studies on macroeconomic and macrofinancial issues with a regional focus on Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe.
Working Paper 226Ownership and purchase intention of crypto-assets – survey results (Helmut Stix)
Monetary Policy and the Economy Q1-Q2/1920 years of the euro in Austria
Christian Alexander Belabed
Income distribution and macroeconomic/financial instability. Global imbalances. History of financial crises.
Growth and investment. Banking and finance. Capital Markets Union.
Banking and financial markets. Monetary policy. Russia, Ukraine and other CIS countries.
Monetary policy. Economic growth. Convergence issues. Enlargement of the EU and EMU.
Fiscal policy, European economic governance, public debt management. Historical debt crisis.
Economics of transition. Fiscal policy. Privatization. Credit growth, finance-growth nexus.
Pricing, inflation. Credit and banking. Forecasting. Monetary policy. Macroeconomics.
Macroeconomics. International economics. Forecasting. Bayesian analysis.
Financial econometrics. Optimization under uncertainty. Scenario generation. Fixed income.
Economics of transition. EU economic and institutional convergence. Development economics.
Country Analysis. Economics of Transition. Monetary and fiscal policies.
Financial stability and Regulation. Risk quantification. Applied econometrics.
Financial stability. Household consumption and saving behavior.
International economics. Banking and financial markets. Macroeconomics. History of financial crises.
Fiscal and tax policy.
EU integration. EU regional policy. EU structural and cohesion funds. EU migration.
Finance, financial markets and banking. Inflation, monetary policy and European Monetary Union.
Applied microeconometrics. Financial stability. Survey methodology. Household finance.
Industrial organization of banking. Panel econometrics. Modelling credit risk.
Long- and short-term forecasting. Early warning indicators for crises and financial (in)stability.
Monetary policy transmission. Interest rate pass through. Nominal rigidities.
European economic integration. Competitiveness. International trade.
Household financial behavior. Dollarization (euroization). Money demand.
Financial markets and the real economy. Empirical finance. Financial market volatility.
Financial stability. Banking in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CESEE).
Maria Antoinette Silgoner
European integration. Internal and external imbalances. Competitiveness and trade.
Wage setting. Wage bargaining institutions. Financial crises.
Public finance, taxes, structural policies. European economic governance.
EMU architecture. Macroeconomics. Energy economics. Comparative country studies.