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Ursel Baumann

Monetary Policy

Division

Capital Markets/Financial Structure

Current Position

Deputy Head of Division

Fields of interest

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, International Economics

Email

ursel.baumann@ecb.int

Biography

Education
1999-2001

MSc Public Financial Policy, London School of Economics

1994-1999

Diplom in Economics, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken

1996-1997

Erasmus, University College Dublin

Professional experience
2007-

European Central Bank

2001-2007

Bank of England

External publications
2017
Journal of Policy Modeling
Will US inflation awake from the dead? The role of slack and non-linearities in the Phillips curve
  • Albuquerque
  • B.
  • Baumann
  • U.
2016
North American Journal of Economics and Finance
What does money and credit tell us about real activity in the United States
  • Albuquerque
  • B
  • Baumann
  • U
  • Seitz
  • F
2014
The B E Journal of Macroeconomics
US household deleveraging following the Great Recession – A model-based estimate of equilibrium debt
  • Albuquerque
  • B
  • Baumann
  • U
  • Krustev
  • G
2006
Journal of Financial Intermediation
Market discipline, disclosure and moral hazard in banking
  • Baumann
  • U
  • Nier
  • E
2004
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic Policy Review
Disclosure, volatility and transparency: an empirical investigation into the value of bank disclosure
  • Baumann
  • U
  • Nier
  • E
2016
Bank of Greece Working Paper
The slowdown in US productivity growth - what explains it and will it persist?
  • Baumann
  • U
  • Vasardani
  • M
2014
VoxEU
Has US household deleveraging ended? A model-based estimate of equilibrium debt
  • Albuquerque
  • B
  • Baumann
  • U
  • Krustev
  • G
2008
Bank of England Working Paper
Globalisation, import prices and inflation dynamics
  • Peacock
  • C
  • Baumann
  • U
2007
Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin
Understanding investment better: insights from recent research’
  • Baumann
  • U
  • Price
  • S
2005
Bank of England Working Paper
The substitution of bank for non-bank corporate finance: evidence for the United Kingdom