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Alexander Jung

Monetary Policy

Division

Monetary Analysis

Current Position

Principal Economist

Fields of interest

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics,International Economics,Financial Economics

Email

Alexander.Jung@ecb.int

Education
1990-1992

Ph.D. in Economics, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

1989-1990

Advanced Studies Certificate in International Economic Policy Research, Institute of World Economics, Kiel, Germany

1984-1988

Master, Economics, University of Munich, Germany

1983-1984

Bachelor, Economics, University of Munich, Germany

Professional experience
1999-

European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany

1997-1998

European Monetary Institute, Frankfurt, Germany

1992-1997

Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt, Germany

1991-1992

Swiss Institute for Foreign Economics, St. Gallen, Switzerland

2021
Scottish Journal of Political Economy
Can central bank communication help to stabilise inflation expectations?
  • Alexander Jung and Patrick Kuehl
2020
International Review of Economics & Finance
An empirical analysis of loan supply and demand in the euro area
  • Alexander Jung
2020
The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance
The empirical properties of euro area M3, 1980-2017
  • Alexander Jung.
  • Hector Carcel Villanova
2018
The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance
Does McCallum’s rule outperform Taylor’s rule during the financial crisis?
  • Alexander Jung
2018
Scottish Journal of Political Economy
Have money and credit data releases helped markets to predict the interest rate decisions of the European Central Bank?
  • Alexander Jung
2017
The North American Journal of Economics and Finance
Forecasting broad money velocity
  • Alexander Jung
2016
Banks and Bank Systems
Monetary policy decision-making when information search is costly
  • Alexander Jung
  • Francesco Mongelli
2016
The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance
Is euro area Money Demand for M3 Still Stable?
  • Alexander Jung
2016
International Journal of Forecasting
Revisiting the relative forecast performances of Fed staff and private forecasters: A dynamic approach
  • Makram El-Shagi
  • Sebastian Giesen
  • Alexander Jung
2016
Journal of Macroeconomics
Have minutes helped to predict fed funds rate changes?
  • Alexander Jung
2015
European Journal of Political Economy
Do federal reserve bank presidents have a regional bias?
  • Alexander Jung
  • Sophia Latsos
2015
Journal of Macroeconomics
Does the Greenspan era provide evidence on leadership in the FOMC?
  • Makram El-Shagi
  • Alexander Jung
2015
Economics Bulletin
Does liquidity matter for money demand in euro area countries?
  • Alexander Jung
2015
European Journal of Political Economy
Have minutes helped markets to predict the MPC's monetary policy decisions?
  • Makram El-Shagi
  • Alexander Jung
2013
International Journal of Central Banking
Policymakers' interest rate preferences: recent evidence for three monetary policy committees
  • Alexander Jung
2012
European Journal of Political Economy
Preference heterogeneity in the CEE inflation-targeting countries
  • Alexander Jung
  • Gergely Kiss
2012
CESifo DICE Report
Normal Times versus Crisis Times
  • Juergen Stark
  • Alexander Jung
  • Francesco Mongelli
2010
Journal of Common Market Studies
How are the Eurosystem's Monetary Policy Decisions Prepared? A Roadmap
  • Alexander Jung
  • Francesco Mongelli
  • Philippe Moutot
2002
Revue D'Economie Financiere
La politique monétaire européenne : un bilan après trois ans
  • Philippe Moutot
  • Alexander Jung
2000
Review of World Economics
An econometric analysis of the main components of M3 in the Euro area
  • Alessandro Calza
  • Alexander Jung
  • Livio Stracca
1996
Intereconomics
Is there a causal relationship between exchange rate volatility and unemployment?
  • Alexander Jung
1990
Review of World Economics
Forward rates and spot rates in the European monetary system — Forward market efficiency
  • Alexander Jung
  • Volker Wieland
1992
Verlag Ruegger
European Monetary Systems
  • Alexander Jung