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Severin Reissl
Severin Reissl
RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment
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Explaining the Euro crisis: current account imbalances, credit booms and economic policy in different economic paradigms
E Stockhammer, C Constantine, S Reissl
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 43 (2), 231-266, 2020
39*2020
Assessing the economic impact of lockdowns in italy: A computational input–output approach
S Reissl, A Caiani, F Lamperti, M Guerini, F Vanni, G Fagiolo, T Ferraresi, ...
Industrial and Corporate Change 31 (2), 358-409, 2022
33*2022
Further insights on endogenous money and the liquidity preference theory of interest
M Lavoie, S Reissl
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 42 (4), 503-526, 2019
332019
Agent-Based Covid economics (ABC): Assessing non-pharmaceutical interventions and macro-stabilization policies
D Delli Gatti, S Reissl
Industrial and Corporate Change 31 (2), 410-447, 2022
29*2022
On the employment and health impact of the COVID-19 shock on Italian regions: a value chain approach
T Ferraresi, L Ghezzi, F Vanni, A Caiani, M Guerini, F Lamperti, S Reissl, ...
Regional Studies 58 (3), 490-506, 2024
17*2024
Neoliberalism, trade imbalances, and economic policy in the Eurozone crisis
E Stockhammer, C Constantine, S Reissl
Nova Economia 25, 749-775, 2015
17*2015
Minsky from the bottom up–formalising the two-price model of investment in a simple agent-based framework
S Reissl
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 177, 109-142, 2020
162020
Heterogeneous expectations, forecasting behaviour and policy experiments in a hybrid agent-based stock-flow-consistent model
S Reissl
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 31 (1), 251-299, 2021
72021
A critique of Keen on effective demand and changes in debt
S Reissl
real-world economics review 72, 96-117, 2015
72015
Monetary policy and prudential regulation in a hybrid ab-sfc model with heterogeneous expectations
S Reissl
ExSIDE Working Paper Series, 2018
62018
A third era of credit theory? Endogenous money from Wolfgang StŘtzel's balance mechanics perspective
C Ellermann, F Lindner, S Reissl, R Tarne
European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies 14 (1), 13-22, 2017
62017
The Euro Crisis and the Neoliberal EU Policy Regime: Signs of Change or More of the Same?
S Reissl, E Stockhammer
Near Futures Online 1, 2016
62016
V for vaccines and variants
D Delli Gatti, S Reissl, E Turco
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 33 (4), 991-1046, 2023
52023
A regional input-output model of the COVID-19 crisis in Italy: decomposing demand and supply factors
S Reissl, A Caiani, F Lamperti, T Ferraresi, L Ghezzi
Economic Systems Research 36 (1), 100-130, 2024
42024
Fiscal multipliers, expectations and learning in a macroeconomic agent‐based model
S Reissl
Economic Inquiry 60 (4), 1704-1729, 2022
3*2022
An assessment of different transition pathways to a green global economy
S Shayegh, S Reissl, E Roshan, M Calcaterra
Communications Earth & Environment 4 (1), 448, 2023
22023
The Real Bills Doctrine in the History of Economic Thought and Economic History: A Reconsideration
S Reissl
Kingston University, UK, processed, 2016
22016
Keen on endogenous money and effective demand: a further comment
S Reissl
Review of Keynesian Economics 4 (2), 201-207, 2016
22016
The return of black box economics: a critique of Keen on effective demand and changes in debt
S Reissl
IMK Working Paper, 2015
22015
The DSK-SFC stock-flow consistent agent-based integrated assessment model
S Reissl, LE Fierro, F Lamperti, A Roventini
Available at SSRN 4766122, 2024
2024
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