Publications

***** CAPITAL FLOWS AND CONTROLS *****

Taming the “Capital Flows-Credit Nexus”: A Sectoral Approach
Journal: Open Economies Review, forthcoming 2024
WP: SEACEN (2022); Trinity College Dublin Working Paper (2021)
Joint with: Daniel Carvalho (Banco do Portugal) and Rogelio Mercado (ADB)

Extreme capital flow episodes from the Global Financial Crisis to COVID-19: An exploration with monthly data
Joint with: Annamaria De Crescenzio (OECD)
Journal: Open Economies Review, Special Issue on “Tensions within Globalisation”, forthcoming 2024
WP: OECD (2021)
Data: Monthly Capital Flow Dataset

Capital Flow Deflection under the Magnifying Glass
Joint with: Filippo Gori (OECD) and Caroline Mehigan (Central Bank of Ireland)
Journal: International Journal of Finance and Economics (2023)
WP: OECD (2020)

Cross-border Real Estate Investment: A different animal? Comparative evidence from bilateral flow data
Journal: Review of World Economics (2023)

Sectoral Capital Flows: Covariates, Comovements, and Controls
Joint with: Rogelio Mercado (SEACEN)
Journal: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (2021)
WP: OECD (2021), SEACEN (2020)

The liberalization of capital movements: Between structural transformations, circular debates, and multilateral frameworks (in French)
Journal: Revue d’Economie Financière (2020)

***** FINANCIAL STABILITY *****

Assessing the effectiveness of currency-differentiated tools: the case of reserve requirements
Joint with: Annamaria De Crescenzio (OECD) & Zoe Fannon (Oxford)
Journal: International Journal of Central Banking (2023)
WP: OECD (2021)

Decomposing financial (in)stability in emerging economies
Joint with: Antonio Sánchez Serrano (ESRB)
Journal: Research in International Business and Finance (2020)
WP: ESRB (2017)

Home, safe home: Cross-country monitoring framework for vulnerabilities in the residential real estate sector
Joint with: Elias Bengtsson (ESRB) and Magdalena Grothe (ESRB)
Journal: Journal of Banking and Finance (2020), Special Issue on “Challenges to global financial stability”
WP: ECB (2017)

The broad policy toolkit for financial stability: Foundations, Fences, and Fire doors
Joint with: Caroline Mehigan (Bank of Ireland)
WP: OECD (2019)

***** POLITICAL ECONOMY OF FINANCE AND REGULATION *****

Fiscal Policy as Credit Policy: A New Perspective on the Fiscal Spending vs. Market Trade-off
Journal: Economy & Society (forthcoming) (2024), Online Supplementary Material
WP: CITYPERC (2021)

Surfing the Credit Wave: How Political Cycles drive Credit Booms
Journal: European Journal of Political Economy (2023)
WP: REM (2022)

Taming the real estate boom in the EU: Pathways to macroprudential (in)action
Joint with: Matthias Thiemann (Sciences Po)
Journal: Regulation & Governance (2023)

The Neutrality Illusion: Biased Economics, Biased Training, and Biased Monetary Policy. Testing the Role of Ideology on FOMC Voting Behaviour
Journal: New Political Economy (2017)

Work in progress

** MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICY **

Macroprudential governance and Capacity to remove the punch bowl
Presented at City University of London Departmental Seminar (2020), 1st London Political Economy Network PhD Conference (2021), the 10th PhD Student Conference in International Macroeconomics (Nanterre, 2021), APSA Annual Meeting (2021), IPES Annual Conference (2021)

** POLITICAL ECONOMY OF FINANCE **

Fueling or Leaning: Introducing a New Dataset of Credit Policies
Data: Credit Policy Dataset
Presented at the MPSA Annual Meeting (2021)

** GREEN FINANCE **

What Drives Capital to Green Companies in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Investment Funds
Joint with: Annamaria De Crescenzio (OECD)
Related report: OECD Report to the G20 Finance Minister and Central Bank Governors
Media: VoxEU column ; Interview for the Sustainable Finance Research Forum of the EU Joint Research Centre
Presented at Sciences Po workshop on green finance, Bordeaux School of Economics seminar, the European Commission Virtual COP28 platform, the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, the G20 International Financial Architecture Working Group, and the G7 Working Group on Climate Change Mitigation