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Institute for Economies in Transition, Bank of Finland BOFIT Discussion Papers, Institute for Economies in Transition, Bank of Finland

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No. 33/2015: Is it worth issuing bonds in China? Evidence from stock market reactions Full Text
Paul-Olivier Klein and Laurent Weill

No. 32/2015: Deposit dollarization in emerging markets: modelling the hysteresis effect Full Text
Anna Krupkina and Alexey Ponomarenko

No. 31/2015: Did foreign banks “cut and run” or stay committed to Emerging Europe during the crises? Full Text
John P. Bonin and Dana Louie

No. 30/2015: Expected returns and idiosyncratic risk: Industry-level evidence from Russia Full Text
Jyri Kinnunen and Minna Martikainen

No. 29/2015: Is China fudging its figures? Evidence from trading partner data Full Text
John Fernald, Eric Hsu and Mark M. Spiegel

No. 28/2015: Current account and REER misalignments in Central Eastern EU countries: an update using the macroeconomic balance approach Full Text
Mariarosaria Comunale

No. 27/2015: Could climate change affect government expenditures? Early evidence from the Russian regions Full Text
Simo Leppänen, Laura Solanko and Riitta Kosonen

No. 26/2015: Reserve requirements and the bank lending channel in China Full Text
Zuzana Fungácová, Riikka Nuutilainen and Laurent Weill

No. 25/2015: The Ruble between the hammer and the anvil: Oil prices and economic sanctions Full Text
Christian Dreger, Jarko Fidrmuc, Konstantin Kholodilin and Dirk Ulbricht

No. 24/2015: Evaluating underlying inflation measures for Russia Full Text
Elena Deryugina, Alexey Ponomarenko, Andrey Sinyakov and Constantine Sorokin

No. 23/2015: Fixed exchange rate regimes, real undervaluation and economic growth Full Text
Rui Mao and Yang Yao

No. 22/2015: Bank ownership and cost efficiency in Russia, revisited Full Text
Mikhail Mamonov and Andrei Vernikov

No. 21/2015: Does consuming more make you happier? Evidence from Chinese panel data Full Text
Haining Wang, Zhiming Cheng and Russell Smyth

No. 20/2015: The geographic distribution of international currencies and RMB internationalization Full Text
Qing He, Iikka Korhonen, Junjie Guo and Fangge Liu

No. 19/2015: Nowcasting and short-term forecasting of Russian GDP with a dynamic factor model Full Text
Alexey Porshakov, Elena Deryugina, Alexey Ponomarenko and Andrey Sinyakov

No. 18/2015: Economic concentration and finance: Evidence from Russian regions Full Text
Christian Hattendorff

No. 17/2015: Estimating the impact of monetary policy on inequality in China Full Text
José R. Sánchez-Fung

No. 16/2015: What drives China’s outward FDI? A regional analysis Full Text
Kefei You

No. 15/2015: Causality between credit depth and economic growth: Evidence from 24 OECD countries Full Text
Mikhail Stolbov

No. 14/2015: Anti-Western conspiracy thinking and expectations of collusion: Evidence from Russia and China Full Text
Alexander Libman and Björn Vollan

No. 13/2015: Real-time forecasting with a MIDAS VAR Full Text
Heiner Mikosch and Stefan Neuwirth

No. 12/2015: An adaptive approach to forecasting three key macroeconomic variables for transitional China Full Text
Linlin Niu, Xiu Xu and Ying Chen

No. 11/2015: Banking structure, marketization and small business development: Regional evidence from China Full Text
Iftekhar Hasan, Nada Kobeissi, Haizhi Wang and Mingming Zhou

No. 10/2015: Contemporary monetary policy in China: A move towards price-based policy? Full Text
Riikka Nuutilainen

No. 9/2015: Monetary policy transmission in China: A DSGE model with parallel shadow banking and interest rate control Full Text
Michael Funke, Petar Mihaylovski and Haibin Zhu

No. 8/2015: Disentangling loan demand and supply shocks in Russia Full Text
Elena Deryugina, Olga Kovalenko, Irina Pantina and Alexey Ponomarenko

No. 7/2015: Does bank liquidity creation contribute to economic growth? Evidence from Russia Full Text
Jarko Fidrmuc, Zuzana Fungácová and Laurent Weill

No. 6/2015: Meta-analysis of Chinese business cycle correlation Full Text
Jarko Fidrmuc and Iikka Korhonen

No. 5/2015: Financial market reform – A new driver for China’s economic growth? Full Text
Yu-Fu Chen, Michael Funke and Kunyu Tao

No. 4/2015: The internationalization of the RMB, capital market openness, and financial reforms in China Full Text
Joshua Aizenman

No. 3/2015: Discovering the signs of Dutch disease in Russia Full Text
V.V. Mironov and A.V. Petronevich

No. 2/2015: Macroeconomic consequences of the real-financial nexus: Imbalances and spillovers between China and the U.S. Full Text
Ke Pang and Pierre L. Siklos

No. 1/2015: Who gains from credit granted between firms? Evidence from inter-corporate loan announcements made in China Full Text
Qing He, Liping Lu and Steven Ongena

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