Frank Bohn : Citation Profile


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University College Dublin (50% share)
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (50% share)

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   19 years (2001 - 2020). See details.
   Cites by year: 2
   Journals where Frank Bohn has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 9.    Total self citations: 9 (15.79 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Veiga, Francisco (3)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Frank Bohn.

Is cited by:

Ollivier, Hélène (7)

Simon, Leo (6)

Mutascu, Mihai Ioan (6)

Tiwari, Aviral (5)

Estrada, Fernando (5)

Ferré, Montserrat (3)

Hayo, Bernd (3)

Arghyrou, Michael (3)

Spyromitros, Eleftherios (2)

Sidiropoulos, Moise (2)

Dai, Meixing (2)

Cites to:

Rogoff, Kenneth (14)

Veiga, Francisco (14)

Tabellini, Guido (12)

Svensson, Jakob (10)

Veiga, Linda (9)

Obstfeld, Maurice (9)

Alesina, Alberto (8)

Aidt, Toke (8)

Hughes Hallett, Andrew (7)

Edwards, Sebastian (7)

Méon, Pierre-Guillaume (7)

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Where Frank Bohn has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
European Journal of Political Economy2
Economics and Politics2

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
Working Papers / School of Economics, University College Dublin5

Recent works citing Frank Bohn (2020 and 2019)


YearTitle of citing document
2019Comparing normative institutionalism with intended rationality in cultural-finance research. (2019). Goodell, John W. In: International Review of Financial Analysis. RePEc:eee:finana:v:62:y:2019:i:c:p:124-134.

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2020Parties, divided government, and infrastructure expenditures: Evidence from U.S. states. (2020). Buchheim, Lukas ; Fretz, Stephan. In: European Journal of Political Economy. RePEc:eee:poleco:v:61:y:2020:i:c:s0176268018300132.

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2020Reelection, growth and public debt. (2020). Tsur, Yacov ; Raveh, Ohad. In: European Journal of Political Economy. RePEc:eee:poleco:v:63:y:2020:i:c:s0176268020300379.

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2020Italy between a Disaster and a New Development Strategy. (2020). Pastore, Francesco. In: IZA Policy Papers. RePEc:iza:izapps:pp167.

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2020Political Budget Cycles Revisited: Testing the Signalling Process. (2020). Hayo, Bernd ; Garcia, Israel. In: MAGKS Papers on Economics. RePEc:mar:magkse:202014.

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2020More elections, more burden? On the relationship between elections and public debt in Africa. (2020). Chavula, Hopestone ; Bayale, Nimonka ; Tchagnao, Abdou-Fataou. In: MPRA Paper. RePEc:pra:mprapa:101744.

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2020The Relationship Between Political Instability and Budget Consistency: 1984- 2018 Period Analysis in Turkey. (2020). Ozen, Ahmet ; Anlisoy, Selim ; Atilgan-Yaa, Aye. In: Sosyoekonomi Journal. RePEc:sos:sosjrn:200215.

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2019Pension reserve fund, political budget cycles and fiscal illusion. (2019). Bohn, Frank ; Wang, Xue. In: European Journal of Political Economy. RePEc:eee:poleco:v:56:y:2019:i:c:p:62-73.

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Works by Frank Bohn:


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2019POLITICAL OPPORTUNISM AND COUNTERCYCLICAL FISCAL POLICY IN ELECTION‐YEAR RECESSIONS In: Economic Inquiry.
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2001Political Opportunism and Countercyclical Fiscal Policy in Election-year Recessions.(2001) In: NIPE Working Papers.
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2006ELIMINATING THE INFLATIONARY FINANCE TRAP IN A POLITICALLY UNSTABLE COUNTRY: DOMESTIC POLITICS VS. INTERNATIONAL PRESSURE In: Economics and Politics.
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2019Political budget cycles, incumbency advantage, and propaganda In: Economics and Politics.
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2019Political instablility and seigniorage: An inseparable couple — or a threesome with debt? In: Review of International Economics.
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2003Public Finance under Political Instability and Debt Conditionality In: Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2003.
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2002Public Finance under Political Instability and Debt Conditionality.(2002) In: Economics Discussion Papers.
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2004A Note On Corruption And Public Investment: The Political Instability Threshold In: Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2004.
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2003A Note on Corruption and Public Investment: The Political Instability Threshold.(2003) In: Economics Discussion Papers.
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2013Grand corruption instead of commitment? Reconsidering time-inconsistency of monetary policy In: Journal of International Money and Finance.
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2006Maastricht Criteria versus Stability Pact In: Journal of Policy Modeling.
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2005Maastricht criteria versus stability pact.(2005) In: Working Papers.
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2007Polarisation, uncertainty and public investment failure In: European Journal of Political Economy.
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2019Pension reserve fund, political budget cycles and fiscal illusion In: European Journal of Political Economy.
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2002Fiscal Consolidations, but When? Italy and EMU Enlargement In: Economics Discussion Papers.
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2002Eliminating the Inflationary Finance Trap in a Politically Unstable Country: Domestic Politics versus International Pressure In: Economics Discussion Papers.
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2003Monetary Union and the Interest-Exchange Rate Trade-off In: Economics Discussion Papers.
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2004Monetary Union and the Interest-Exchange Rate Trade-off.(2004) In: Open Economies Review.
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2013The Politics of Surprise Devaluations: Modelling Motives for Giving Up a Peg In: Journal of Economics and Statistics (Jahrbuecher fuer Nationaloekonomie und Statistik).
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2011The 2010 euro crisis stand-off between France and Germany: leadership styles and political culture In: International Economics and Economic Policy.
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2019Elections, recession expectations and excessive debt: an unholy trinity In: Public Choice.
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2020Do Expected Downturns Kill Political Budget Cycles? In: KOF Working papers.
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2019Political Budget Forecast Cycles In: NIPE Working Papers.
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2018Political cycles: Beyond rational expectations In: PLOS ONE.
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2004The trade-off between monetary and fiscal solidity : international lenders and political instability In: Working Papers.
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2004White Elephants and the Limits to Efficient Investment In: Working Papers.
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2005Public investment under ethnic diversity and political uncertainty In: Working Papers.
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2006Greed, impatience and exchange rate determination In: Working Papers.
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