# Teaching

CEU: Guest lectures on the macroeconomics of the pandemic and the fiscal and monetary response

I gave two 90 minutes lectures in the graduate seminar at Central European University of Laszlo Matyas. The reference list is pasted below.


Anderson, J., E. Bergamini, S. Brekelmans, A. Cameron, Z. Darvas, M. Domínguez-Jíménez, K. Lenaerts and C. Midões (2020) ‘The fiscal response to the economic fallout from the coronavirus’, Bruegel Dataset

Anderson, J., F. Papadia and N. Véron (2020) ‘Government-guaranteed bank lending six months on’, Bruegel Blog, 29 September

Barro, R. J., J.F. Ursúa and J. Weng (2020) ‘The coronavirus and the great influenza pandemic: Lessons from the “spanish flu” for the coronavirus’s potential effects on mortality and economic activity’, National Bureau of Economic Research, No. w26866

Battiston, D., J. Blanes i Vidal and T. Kirchmaier (2017) ‘Is Distance Dead? Face-to-Face Communication and Productivity in Teams’, CEPR Discussion Paper No. 11924

Blanchard, O. (2020) ‘High inflation is unlikely but not impossible in advanced economies’, Peterson Institute for International Economics, available at https://www.piie.com/blogs/realtime-economic-issues-watch/high-inflation-unlikely-not-impossible-advanced-economies

Blanchard, O. (forthcoming) ‘The COVID economic crisis’ Forthcoming chapter in Macroeconomics, 8th edition

Bloom, N., J. Liang, J. Roberts, ZJ. Ying (2015) ‘Does working from home work? Evidence from a Chinese experiment’ The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 130(1): 165-218.

Brunnermeier, M. (2020) ‘Inflation and Deflation Pressures after the Covid Shock’, VMACS webinar, 12th May, available at https://scholar.princeton.edu/markus/news/inflation-and-deflation-pressures-after-covid-shock

Céspedes, L. F., Chang, R., & Velasco, A. (2020) ‘The macroeconomics of a pandemic: A minimalist model’, National Bureau of Economic Research, No. w27228

Di Mauro, F. and C. Syverson (2020) ‘The COVID crisis and productivity growth’, voxEU, available at https://voxeu.org/article/covid-crisis-and-productivity-growth

Di Mauro, F. and C. Syverson (2020) ‘The Covid Crisis and Productivity Growth’ Becker Friedman Institute White Paper, available at https://bfi.uchicago.edu/working-paper/the-covid-crisis-and-productivity-growth/

Dutcher, EG. (2012) ‘The Effects of Telecommuting on Productivity: An Experimental Examination. The Role of Dull and Creative Tasks’, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 84(1): 55-363

Goodhart, C. (2020)‘Inflation after the pandemic: Theory and practice’, voxEU, available at https://voxeu.org/article/inflation-after-pandemic-theory-and-practice

Gorlick, A. (2020) ‘The productivity pitfalls of working from home in the age of COVID-19’, Stanford News, March 30 available at https://news.stanford.edu/2020/03/30/productivity-pitfalls-working-home-age-covid-19/

Grzegorczyk, M. and G. Wolff (2020) ‘The scarring effect of COVID-19: youth unemployment in Europe’, Bruegel Blog

Guerrieri, V., G. Lorenzoni, L. Straub and I. Werning (2020) ‘Macroeconomic Implications of COVID-19: Can Negative Supply Shocks Cause Demand Shortages?’, National Bureau of Economic Research, No w26918

Keogh‐Brown, M. R., S. Wren‐Lewis, W.J. Edmunds, P. Beutels and R.D. Smith (2010) ‘The possible macroeconomic impact on the UK of an influenza pandemic’ Health economics, 19(11): 1345-1360

Landau, J.P. (2020) ‘Money and debt: Paying for the crisis’, voxEU, available at https://voxeu.org/article/money-and-debt-paying-crisis

Mankiw, NG. (forthcoming) ‘The COVID-19 Recession of 2020’, Forthcoming chapter in Macroeconomics, 11th edition

Miles, D. and A. Scott (2020) ‘Will inflation make a comeback after the crisis ends?’, voxEU, available at https://voxeu.org/article/will-inflation-make-comeback-after-crisis-ends

Sapir, A. (2020) ‘Why has COVID-19 hit different European Union economies so differently?’, Policy Contribution 2020/18, Bruegel