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Working Papers

Browse recent working papers by Princeton BCF faculty

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Falling Rates and Rising Superstars

Thomas KroenErnest LiuAtif MianAmir Sufi
Monetary Economics

Interactions between Monetary and Fiscal Policy: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Monetary Economics

What explains the decline in r*? Rising income inequality versus demographic shifts

Atif MianLudwig StraubAmir Sufi

Published Papers

Each year, our faculty publish dozens of papers in top academic journals

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Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control

November 2017


A Hybrid Spline-Based Parametric Model for the Yield Curve

Adriano FariaCaio Almeida

Annals of Statistics

June 2021


A shrinkage principle for heavy-tailed data: High-dimensional robust low-rank matrix recovery

Jianqing Fan Weichen WangZiwei Zhu

The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review

September 2021


The Evolution from Life Insurance to Financial Engineering

Ralph S. J. KoijenMotohiro Yogo


Browse recent books by Princeton BCF faculty

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Endeavor Literary Press

August 2021


The Resilient Society

World Scientific

April 2021

Monetary Economics

A Safe-Asset Perspective for an Integrated Policy Framework

Markus BrunnermeierSebastian MerkelYuliy Sannikov

Princeton University Press


The Handbook of China’s Financial System

Marlene AmstadGuofeng SunWei Xiong

Notes & Proposals

Notes & policy proposals can be found here

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October 2021


Policy implications for building a resilient society

March 22, 2020


Evergreening loans to support small and medium-sized enterprises during COVID-19

Markus BrunnermeierArvind Krishnamurthy

March 2020

Monetary Economics

Throwing a COVID-19 Liquidity Lifeline

Markus BrunnermeierJean-Pierre LandauMarco PaganoRicardo Reis