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  • "The effects of external shocks on the business cycle in China: A structural change perspective" (Co-author: M. Murach), SSRN Paper No. 2741579, March 2016. [pdf]
  • "Structural Change and Mid-Income Trap - Under which conditions can China succeed in moving towards higher income status" in European Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 12, no. 2, Dec. 2015, pp. 165 - 188. [pdf]
  • "Can We Expect Convergence Through Monetary Integration? (New) OCA Theory vs Empirical Evidence From European Integration", in: Comparative Economic Studies, vol. 56, no.2 (June) 2014, pp. 176-199. [pdf]
  • "Challenges to China's Policy: Structural Change", in: Comparative Economic Studies, vol. 55, 2013, pp.721-736. [pdf]
  • "The impact of European integration on institutional development" Schönfelder / Wagner, MPRA Paper No. 63392, 2015. [pdf]
  • "A Structural Approach to Financial Stability: On the Benefical Role of Regulatory Governance", in: Journal of Governance and Regulation, vol.2, issue 1, 2013, (Co-author: B. Mohr) [pdf]
  • "Is the European Monetary Union Sustainable? The Role of Convergence“, In: S. Kaji and E. Ogawa (eds.), Who will provide the Next Financial Model?: Asia‘s Muscle and Europe‘s Financial Maturity, Springer Japan 2013, pp. 183-218 [pdf]
  • "Volatility Impact of Stock Index Futures Trading - A Revised Analysis" in: Journal of Applied Finance & Banking, Vol. 2 (5), 2012, pp. 113-126 (Co-author: E. Matanovic) [pdf]
  • "Is harmonization of legal rules an appropriate target? Lessons from global financial crisis" in: European Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 33 (1), January 2012 [pdf]
  • "What has been going on in the Eurozone since 2009?", EUSI-conference, Tokyo, December 2011[pdf]
  • "Monetary Policy and Boom-Bust Cycles in Asset Prices: A Literature Survey" in Nova Publisher, pp.1-27 [pdf]
  • "A Structual Approach to Financial Stability: On the Beneficial Role of Regulatory Governance", University of Hagen Discussionpaper No.467 [pdf]
  • "Implementation of technological breakthroughs at sector level and the technology-bias",Hagener Diskussionpaper 2011 [pdf]
  • "The causes of the recent financial crisis and the role of central banks in avoiding the next one", in International Economics and Economic Policy, vol. 7, No. 1, 2010, pp. 63-82 [pdf]
  • "Implications of the Global Financial Crisis for EMU-Integration and Real Convergence in the EU", slides from conference at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, 12/2009. [pdf]
  • "A New Keynesian Model with Endogenous Frictions", Discussion Paper Series A No. 520, The Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, July 2009 [pdf]
  • "Globalization and Asset Prices: Which Trade-Offs. Do Central Banks Face in Small Open Economies?", Discussion Paper No. 433, Department of Economics, University of Hagen, 2008 (Co-author: R. Knütter). [pdf]
  • "Monetary Policy and Asset Prices: More Bad News for 'Benign Neglect' ", in International Finance, Vol. 10 No. 1, 2007, pp. 1-20 (Co-Authors: W. Berger, F. Kißmer) [pdf].
  • "Dynamic Effects of Offshoring", Discussion Paper No. 427, Department of Economics, University of Hagen, 2007 (Co-author: D. Stijepic) [pdf]
  • "Beyond Balanced Growth: Some Further Results", Discussion Paper No. 409, Department of Economics, University of Hagen, 2007 (Co-Author: D. Stijepic) [pdf]
  • "International Lessons for the Property Price Boom in South Africa", in: South African Journal of Economics, Vol. 74/2, June 2006 (Co-Authors: N. Funke, F. Kißmer), [pdf].
  • "International Policy Coordination and Simple Monetary Policy Rules“, IMF Working Paper WP/06/164, Washington, DC, 2006 (Co-author: Wolfram Berger) [pdf]
  • "Fiscal Issues in the Central and Eastern New EU Member Countries: Prospects and Challenges - Paper prepared for the IMF's Fiscal Affairs Department", Discussion Paper No. 379, Jan '05 [pdf, 340 KB]
  • "Comments on 'Euro Adoption in the Accession Countries. Vulnerabilities and Strategies' ", in "Euro Adoption in Central and Eastern Europe", edited by S. Schadler, International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, 2005 [pdf, 5.71 MB]
  • "Interdependent Expectations and the Spread of Currency Crises", IMF Staff Papers, Vol. 52, No. 1, International Monetary Fund: Washington D.C., April 2005 (Co-Author: Wolfram Berger) [pdf]
  • "Pension Reform in the New EU Member States - Will a 3-Pillar Pension System Work?", in: Eastern European Economics, vol. 43, Discussion Paper No. 372, 2005 [pdf]
  • "Economic Analysis of Cross-Border Legal Uncertainty: the Example of the European Union", published in: Jan Smits (ed.), "The Need for a European Contract Law. Empirical and Legal Perspectives", Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, Discussion Paper No. 371, 2005 [pdf]
  • "Globalization and Financial Instability: Challenges for Exchange Rate and Monetary Policy", in: International Journal of Social Economics, vol. 32 (7), Discussion Paper No. 347, 2005[pdf]
  • "Globalization, Financial Volatility and Monetary Policy", Empirica, vol. 31, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004, pp. 163-184 (Co-Author: Wolfram Berger) [pdf, 147 KB]
  • "Financial Globalisation and Monetary Policy", paper (invited lecture) presented at 5th Annual Conference 'Global Linkages and Economic Performance' De Nederlandsche Bank Amsterdam 13-15 November 2002, published in DNB Staff Reports No. 95 (Co-author: Wolfram Berger) [pdf]
  • "Spreading Currency Crises: The Role of Economic Interdependence", IMF Working Paper WP/02/144 (International Monetary Fund: Washington D.C.), (Co-Author: Wolfram Berger) [pdf]
  • "Pitfalls in the European Enlargement Process - Financial Instability and Real Divergence", Discussion paper 06/02, Economic Research Centre of the Deutsche Bundesbank, February 2002 [pdf]
  • "Braucht die EZB eine "neue" geldpolitische Strategie?", in: LIST FORUM für Wirtschafts- und Finanzpolitik, Heft 1, 2002 [pdf 1,4MB]
  • "The Road to the Euro", The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 579, January 2002 [pdf, 159KB]
  • "Implications of Globalization for Monetary Policy", IMF Working Paper WP/01/184, Washington D.C.: International Monetary Fund, November 2001 Link
  • "Preconditions for the Success of the European Monetary Union", in: M. Haller (ed.), The Making of the European Union. Contributions of the Social Sciences, Berlin: Springer 2001 [pdf, 72KB]
  • "Emerging Market-Krisen - Bekannte Modelle und neue Ansätze", in: List Forum für Wirtschafts- und Finanzpolitik, Fall 2001, vol.27(2), pp. 178-193. co-author: W. Berger [pdf, 126KB]
  • "Which Exchange Rate Regimes in an Era of High Capital Mobility?", in: North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 2000, No. 4 [pdf, 77KB]
  • "Central Bank Independence and the Lessons for Transition Economies from Developed and Developing Countries", in: Comparative Economic Studies, XLI, No. 4 (Winter 1999), 1-22 [pdf, 63KB]
  • "Central Banking in Transition Countries", IMF-Working Paper WP/98/126, Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Found 1998 [pdf]
  • "Central Bank Independence and Macroeconomic Performance: A Survey of the Evidence", Discussion Paper No. 255 (together with F. Kissmer), Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft der FernUniversität Hagen, June 1998 [pdf]
  • "Economics of Labor Co-Determination in View of Corporate Governance", Elmar Gerum, Marburg, and Helmut Wagner, Hagen; in: Comparative Corporate Governance -The State of the Art and Emerging Research-, Edited by: Klaus J. Hopt, Hideki Kanda, Mark J. Roe, Eddy Wymeersch and Stefan Prigge; Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1998 [pdf, 69KB]
  • "Gloomy Perspectives for Germany: Why does Germany have problems following the American example of a "New Economy", on-line publication of AICGS: Johns Hopkins University, October 2000 Link
  • "Ursachen und Erklärungen der Asienkrise", Co-author: Wolfram Berger, Diskussionsbeitrag Nr. 286, Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft der FernUniversität Hagen, January 2000 [pdf, 89KB]
  • "Fallstricke der E(WW)U-Erweiterung" ("The Trap of E(EM)U Expansion"), in: Finanzplatz, 3/2001, November 2001, Frankfurt am Main (Issue 3/2001, November 2001, Frankfurt am Main) Link (deutsch), Link (english)
  • "Die Sogkraft des neuen Geldes in Europa ist groß", Guest Commentary on Handelsblatt am 8.1.2002 [pdf, 646 KB]
  • "Mehr Transparenz, bitte!", Guest Commentary in Handelsblatt on 22.5.2002 [pdf, 116 KB]
  • "Sie rufen wieder!", Guest Commentary in Handelsblatt on 25.7.2002 [pdf, 179 KB]
  • "Japan als Warnung", Guest Commentary in Handelsblatt on 27.2.2003 [pdf, 191 KB]
  • "Wettbewerb durch Vielfalt", guest commentary in Handelsblatt on 10.08.2004 [pdf, 1.13 MB]
  • “Pitfalls in EMU-Enlargement”, AICGS Advisor (October 2003), American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Washington, DC. Link
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