This page is still under construction; most work on international macro, growth, trade, is updated below. However, for all recent work on technology and digital currencies, my BIS profile is the most up to date page:
And of course various versions can be found on:
My fields of interest are
- International economics
- Monetary policy
- Innovation and the digital economy
- Financial market infrastructures, payments, and digital currencies.
Exchange Rates and Prices: Evidence from the 2015 Swiss Franc Appreciation, with Ariel Burstein and Sarah Lein, forthcoming, American Economic Review
The globalisation of inflation: the growing importance of global value chains, joint with Claudio Borio and Andrew Filardo, BIS Working Papers No 602. January 2017. (revision requested, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking).
The countercyclical capital buffer and the composition of bank lending, joint with Steven Ongena, BIS Working Papers No 593. December 2016
Raphael A. Auer, Andrei Levchenko, and Philip Sauré, 2018. International Inflation Spillovers Through Input Linkages, forthcoming, Review of Economics and Statistics (access the newest version here).
Raphael A. Auer and Philip Sauré, 2017. “Dynamic Entry in Vertically Differentiated Markets,” Journal of Economic Theory, vol. 167(C), pages 177-205. [Previously Titled ” Spatial Competition in Quality” – Latest WP version is CEPR DP 10027]
Raphael A. Auer (2017) “Product Heterogeneity, Cross-Country Taste Differences, and the Growth of World Trade“, European Economic Review, vol. 100(C), pages 1-27. [latest WP version is SZ Gerzensee WP 13.03]
Raphael A. Auer and Cedric Tille, 2016. “The banking sector and the Swiss financial account during the financial and European debt crises,” Aussenwirtschaft, Swiss Institute for International Economics and Applied Economics Research, vol. 67(02), pages 69-97, 08.
Raphael A. Auer and Raphael Schoenle, 2016. “Market structure and exchange rate pass-through,” Journal of International Economics, Elsevier, vol. 98(C), pages 60-77. [Latest WP version is CEPR DP 10585]
Raphael A. Auer, 2015. “Exchange Rate Pass‐Through,Domestic Competition, and Inflation: Evidence from the 2005–08 Revaluation ofthe Renminbi,” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, vol. 47(8), pages 1617-1650, December. [Latest WP version is CEPR DP 10344]
Also see this write up in the Free Exchange Blog of the Economist Magazine
Raphael A. Auer and Aaron Mehrotra, 2015. “Tradelinkages and the globalisation of inflation in Asia and the Pacific,” Journal of International Money and Finance, Elsevier, vol. 49(PA), pages 129-151.[Latest WP version is CEPR DP 9949]
Raphael A. Auer, 2015 “A safe haven: international demand for Swiss francs during the euro area debt crisis (from pp. 41),” Quarterly Bulletin 2015/Q2, Swiss National Bank.
Raphael A. Auer, 2014. “What Drives Target2 Balances? Evidence From a Panel Analysis“, Economic Policy, Volume 29, Issue 77, pages 139-197, January 2014. [Latest WP version is SNB Gerzensee WP 2013.03]
Raphael A. Auer, 2013. “Geography, Institutions, and the Making of Comparative Development”, Journal of Economic Growth, Volume 18, Issue 2, June 2013, Pages 179-215. DATA
Raphael A. Auer, Katrin Degen, and Andreas M. Fischer, 2013. “Low-Wage Import Competition, Inflationary Pressure, and Industry Dynamics in Europe”, European Economic Review, Volume 59, April 2013, Pages 141-166.
Raphael A. Auer and Philip Sauré, 2012. “CHF strength and Swiss export performance — evidence and outlook from a disaggregate analysis”, Applied Economic Letters, Taylor and Francis Journals, vol. 19(6), pages 521-531, April.
Raphael A. Auer, Andreas M. Fischer, and Andreas Kropf, 2012 “The arrival of cheap goods: measuring the impact of Chinese import competition on Nordic prices”, Sveriges Riksbank Economic Review 2012:2, pages 7-15.
Raphael A. Auer, Sébastien Kraenzlin, and David Liebeg, 2012, “How Do Austrian Banks Fund Their Swiss Franc Exposure?”, Austrian National Bank, Financial Stability Report 24, pp 54-61, December 2012.
Raphael A. Auer and Sébastien Kraenzlin, 2011 “International liquidity provision during the financial crisis: a view from Switzerland”, Review, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, issue Nov, pages 409-418.
Raphael A. Auer and Philip Sauré, 2011. “Industry Composition and the Effects of Exchange Rates on Exports – Why Switzerland is Special”, Aussenwirtschaft, Year 2011, Issue III.
Raphael A. Auer and Andreas M. Fischer, 2010. “The effect of low-wage import competition on U.S. inflationary pressure”, Journal of Monetary Economics, Elsevier, vol. 57(4), pages 491-503, May.
Raphael A. Auer and Thomas Chaney, 2009. “Exchange Rate Pass-Through in a Competitive Model of Pricing-to-Market”, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Blackwell Publishing, vol. 41(s1), pages 151-175, 02.
Raphael A. Auer and Aaron Mehrotra, 2014. “Real globalisation and price spillovers in Asia and the Pacific“, Bank for International Settlements Papers No 77, March 2014.
Raphael A. Auer and Philip Sauré, 2013. “The globalisation of inflation: a view from the cross section“, Bank for International Settlements Papers No 70, January 2013.
The increasing competitiveness of the southern Eurozone“, VoxEU.org, 11 April 2014.
Schuldenbremse auf Helvetisch – Ein Erfolgsmodell, Der Standard, 07 December 2011 (in German).
What the Yuan means for American Inflation, The Economist Magazine, Free Exchange Blog, 03 February 2011
Inflationsgefahr am Ende der Ära chinesischer Billigimporte, Financial Times Deutschland, Wirtschaftswunder, 03 March 2011 (in German).
Dormant papers / papers currently under revision
“Spatial Competition in Quality, Demand-Induced Innovation, and Schumpeterian Growth”, (w. Philip Sauré), mimeo, 2014 [new version under preparation]
“Consumer Heterogeneity and the Impact of Trade Liberalization: How Representative is the Representative Agent Framework?”, Working Papers, Swiss National Bank, 2010-14.
Raphael Auer (2007). “The Colonial Origins of Comparative Development: A Solution to the Debate on Settler Mortality Rates“, Working Papers 2007-9, Swiss National Bank.
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