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Sarah Holton

Biography

Education
2015

PhD in Economics, University College Dublin, Ireland

2007

MEconSc in International Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

2005

BA in Economics and Business, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Professional experience
2007-2015

Senior Economist, Central Bank of Ireland

External publications
2018
Journal of Banking and Finance
Interest rate pass-through since the euro area crisis
  • Sarah Holton and Costanza Rodriguez d'Acri
2014
Applied Economics
Firm credit in the euro area: a tale of three crises
  • Sarah Holton
  • Martina Lawless and Fergal McCann
2011
Kyklos: International Review for Social Sciences
The more the merrier? Natural resource fragmentation and the wealth of nations
  • Benoit Crutzen and Sarah Holton
2016
Access to Bank Credit and SME Financing
The small firm financing premium in Europe: where and when do small firms pay the most?
  • Sarah Holton and Fergal McCann
2013
National Institute Economic Review
SME Financing Conditions in Europe: Credit Crunch or Fundamentals?
  • Sarah Holton
  • Martina Lawless and Fergal McCann
2012
VoxEU Article, 04 March 2012
Credit demand, supply, and conditions: A tale of three crises
  • Sarah Holton
  • Martina Lawless and Fergal McCann