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Dr Stefan Niemann

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Dr Stefan Niemann
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  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 873351

  • Location

    5B.325, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Thursday 2-4pm

Profile

Biography

Stefan Niemann joined the department in September 2007 from the University of Bonn. His main research interests are in the areas of Macroeconomics and Public Finance. He is currently working on models of optimal monetary and fiscal policy as well as on firm dynamics.

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Macroeconomics

Public Finance

International Finance

Teaching and supervision

  • International Finance (EC933)

Publications

Journal articles (6)

Niemann, S. and Pichler, P., (2017). Collateral, Liquidity and Debt Sustainability. The Economic Journal. 127 (604), 2093-2126

NIEMANN, STEFAN., PICHLER, PAUL. and SORGER, GERHARD., (2013). CENTRAL BANK INDEPENDENCE AND THE MONETARY INSTRUMENT PROBLEM. International Economic Review. 54 (3), 1031-1055

Niemann, S., Pichler, P. and Sorger, G., (2013). Public debt, discretionary policy, and inflation persistence. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 37 (6), 1097-1109

Breinlich, H., Niemann, S. and Solomon, E., (2012). Channels of size adjustment and firm performance. Economics Letters. 116 (2), 202-206

Niemann, S., (2011). Dynamic monetary–fiscal interactions and the role of monetary conservatism. Journal of Monetary Economics. 58 (3), 234-247

Niemann, S. and Pichler, P., (2011). Optimal fiscal and monetary policies in the face of rare disasters. European Economic Review. 55 (1), 75-92

Conferences (1)

Niemann, S. and von Hagen, J., (2008). Coordination of monetary and fiscal policies: A fresh look at the issue

Reports and Papers (12)

Niemann, S., Evers, M. and Schiffbauer, M., (2018). Inflation, liquidity and innovation

Niemann, S. and Pichler, P., (2017). Optimal fiscal policy and sovereign debt crises

Niemann, S. and Pichler, P., (2013). Collateral, liquidity and debt sustainability

Breinlich, H. and Niemann, S., (2011). Channels of Firm Adjustment: Theory and Empirical Evidence

Breinlich, H., Niemann, S. and Solomon, E., (2011). Channels of Size Adjustment and Firm Performance

Niemann, S., Pichler, P. and Sorger, G., (2010). Central bank independence and the monetary instrument problem

Breinlich, H., Niemann, S. and Solomon, E., (2010). A Portrait of firm Expansion and Contraction Channels

Niemann, S., (2009). Dynamic Monetary-Fiscal Interactions and the Role of Monetary Conservatism

Niemann, S., Pichler, P. and Sorger, G., (2009). Inflation dynamics under optimal discretionary fiscal and monetary policies

Evers, M., Niemann, S. and Schiffbauer, M., (2009). Inflation, Liquidity Risk and Long-run TFP - Growth

Niemann, S., Pichler, P. and Sorger, G., (2008). Optimal Fiscal and Monetary Policy Without Commitment

Niemann, S., Evers, M. and Schiffbauer, M., (2007). Inflation, Investment Composition and Total Factor Productivity

Grants and funding

2015

Ambiguity and its Implications in Finance and Macroeconomics

Bank of England

2009

Channels of Firm Expansion & Contraction

Leverhulme Trust

Contact

sniem@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 873351

Location:

5B.325, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Thursday 2-4pm