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Viacheslav Sheremirov
Viacheslav Sheremirov
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Price setting in online markets: Does IT click?
Y Gorodnichenko, V Sheremirov, O Talavera
Journal of the European Economic Association 16 (6), 1764-1811, 2018
1942018
The effects of government spending on real exchange rates: Evidence from military spending panel data
W Miyamoto, TL Nguyen, V Sheremirov
Journal of International Economics 116, 144-157, 2019
1102019
Price dispersion and inflation: New facts and theoretical implications
V Sheremirov
Journal of Monetary Economics 114, 59-70, 2020
74*2020
Fiscal multipliers in advanced and developing countries: Evidence from military spending
V Sheremirov, S Spirovska
Journal of Public Economics 208, 104631, 2022
372022
Sectoral inflation and the Phillips curve: What has changed since the Great Recession?
MJ Luengo-Prado, N Rao, V Sheremirov
Economics Letters 172, 63-68, 2018
262018
Inflation expectations and nonlinearities in the Phillips curve
A Doser, R Nunes, N Rao, V Sheremirov
FRB of Boston Working Paper, 2017
252017
Output spillovers from us monetary policy: The role of international trade and financial linkages
F Bršuning, V Sheremirov
FRB of Boston Working Paper, 2019
152019
The responses of internet retail prices to aggregate shocks: A high-frequency approach
Y Gorodnichenko, V Sheremirov, O Talavera
Economics Letters 164, 124-127, 2018
152018
Inflation expectations and nonlinearities in the Phillips curve
A Doser, R Nunes, N Rao, V Sheremirov
Journal of Applied Econometrics 38 (4), 453-471, 2023
142023
Output response to government spending: evidence from new international military spending data
V Sheremirov, S Spirovska
FRB of Boston Working Paper, 2015
122015
The Transmission Mechanisms of International Business Cycles: International Trade and the Foreign Effects of US Monetary Policy
F Bršuning, V Sheremirov
IMF Economic Review 71 (1), 300-325, 2023
62023
The transmission mechanisms of international business cycles: Output spillovers through trade and financial linkages
F Bršuning, V Sheremirov
Working Papers, 2021
62021
Are the Demand and Supply Channels of Inflation Persistent? Evidence from a Novel Decomposition of PCE Inflation
V Sheremirov
Evidence from a Novel Decomposition of PCE Inflation (November, 2022†…, 2022
42022
The Drivers of Inflation Dynamics during the Pandemic:(Early) Evidence from Disaggregated Consumption Data
V Sheremirov
Current Policy Perspectives, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2021
42021
The Distribution of Sectoral Price Changes and Recent Inflation Developments
C Cotton, V Garga, G Olivei, V Sheremirov
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Paper Series Current Policy†…, 2023
12023
The Historical Effects of Banking Distress on Economic Activity
F Bršuning, V Sheremirov
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Paper Series Current Policy†…, 2023
12023
Do multisectoral New Keynesian models match sectoral data?
P Andrade, V Sheremirov
FRB of Boston Working Paper, 2022
12022
The Aggregate Effects of Sectoral Shocks in an Open Economy
P Andrade, M Arazi, V Sheremirov
FRB of Boston Working Paper, 2023
2023
The Historical Effects of Banking Distress on Economic Activity The Historical Effects of Banking Distress on Economic Activity
F Bršuning, V Sheremirov
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