Ozer Karagedikli : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   20 years (2002 - 2022). See details.
   Cites by year: 11
   Journals where Ozer Karagedikli has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 11.    Total self citations: 13 (5.16 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Ho, Sui-Jade (3)

Groshenny, Nicolas (3)

Robinson, Finn (2)

Özbilgin, Hüseyin (2)

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

Is cited by:

Grimes, Arthur (11)

Thornton, Daniel (8)

Smith, Christie (8)

Kool, Clemens (8)

McDermott, Christopher (6)

Vašíček, Bořek (6)

Robinson, Finn (6)

Vespignani, Joaquin (5)

Wong, Benjamin (5)

Hall, Viv (5)

Vehbi, Tugrul (4)

Cites to:

Ehrmann, Michael (18)

Blinder, Alan (17)

Clarida, Richard (16)

Galí, Jordi (15)

Gertler, Mark (15)

de Haan, Jakob (14)

Fratzscher, Marcel (13)

Drew, Aaron (13)

Jansen, David-Jan (13)

Smets, Frank (11)

Orphanides, Athanasios (11)

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Where Ozer Karagedikli has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin6
The Economic Record3

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
MAGKS Papers on Economics / Philipps-Universitt Marburg, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Department of Economics (Volkswirtschaftliche Abteilung)3
Working Papers / South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre2

Recent works citing Ozer Karagedikli (2024 and 2023)


YearTitle of citing document
2023Inflation targeting and exchange rate pass-through in India: Lessons from international experience. (2023). Baig, Mirza Allim ; Peer, Arshid Hussain. In: Theoretical and Applied Economics. RePEc:agr:journl:v:1(634):y:2023:i:1(634):p:239-254.

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2023Central Bank Forecasting: A Survey. (2023). Sekkel, Rodrigo ; Binder, Carola Conces. In: Staff Working Papers. RePEc:bca:bocawp:23-18.

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2023Nowcasting employment in the euro area. (2023). Toth, Mate Barnabas ; Bodnar, Katalin ; Belousova, Irina ; Babura, Marta. In: Working Paper Series. RePEc:ecb:ecbwps:20232815.

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2023The global component of headline and core inflation in emerging market economies and its ability to improve forecasting performance. (2023). Molina, Stefano G ; Orraca, Maria Jose ; Arango-Castillo, Lenin. In: Economic Modelling. RePEc:eee:ecmode:v:120:y:2023:i:c:s0264999322003583.

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2023Empirically-transformed linear opinion pools. (2023). Vahey, Shaun P ; Henckel, Timo ; Garratt, Anthony. In: International Journal of Forecasting. RePEc:eee:intfor:v:39:y:2023:i:2:p:736-753.

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2023One-stop source: A global database of inflation. (2023). Ohnsorge, Franziska ; Kose, Ayhan ; Ha, Jongrim. In: Journal of International Money and Finance. RePEc:eee:jimfin:v:137:y:2023:i:c:s0261560623000979.

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2023The effect of disinformation about COVID-19 on consumer confidence: Insights from a survey experiment. (2023). Tkacheva, Olesya ; du Bois, Cind ; Buts, Caroline ; Balcaen, Pieter. In: Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (formerly The Journal of Socio-Economics). RePEc:eee:soceco:v:102:y:2023:i:c:s2214804322001380.

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2023On the International Spillover Effects of Uncertainty. (2023). Wesselbaum, Dennis ; Sen, Anindya. In: Open Economies Review. RePEc:kap:openec:v:34:y:2023:i:3:d:10.1007_s11079-022-09694-2.

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2023Inflation Expectations in CESEE: The Role of Sentiment and Experiences (Katharina Allinger, Fabio Rumler). (2023). Rumler, Fabio ; Allinger, Katharina. In: Working Papers. RePEc:onb:oenbwp:247.

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2023Do consumers actually monitor the inflation rate? Evidence from New Zealand*. (2023). Hayo, Bernd ; Neumeier, Florian. In: New Zealand Economic Papers. RePEc:taf:nzecpp:v:57:y:2023:i:1:p:1-8.

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2023Reassessing the dependence between economic growth and financial conditions since 1973. (2023). Vahey, Shaun ; Coe, Patrick ; Chernis, Tony. In: Journal of Applied Econometrics. RePEc:wly:japmet:v:38:y:2023:i:2:p:260-267.

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Works by Ozer Karagedikli:


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2018Quantitative or qualitative forward guidance: Does it matter? In: BIS Working Papers.
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2021Quantitative or Qualitative Forward Guidance: Does it Matter?.(2021) In: The Economic Record.
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2018Quantitative or Qualitative Forward Guidance: Does it Matter?.(2018) In: CESifo Working Paper Series.
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2018Quantitative or qualitative forward guidance: Does it matter?.(2018) In: CAMA Working Papers.
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2022Understanding Consumer Inflation Expectations during the COVID?19 Pandemic In: Australian Economic Review.
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2004What Does the Taylor Rule Say About a New Zealand–Australia Currency Union? In: The Economic Record.
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2007Do the Central Banks of Australia and New Zealand Behave Asymmetrically? Evidence from Monetary Policy Reaction Functions In: The Economic Record.
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2010RBCs AND DSGEs: THE COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH TO BUSINESS CYCLE THEORY AND EVIDENCE In: Journal of Economic Surveys.
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2008RBCs and DSGEs: The Computational Approach to Business Cycle Theory and Evidence.(2008) In: Working Paper.
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2007RBCs and DSGEs:The Computational Approach to Business Cycle Theory and Evidence.(2007) In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2010All together now: do international factors explain relative price comovements? In: Bank of England working papers.
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2010All together now: Do international factors explain relative price co-movements?.(2010) In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2004Estimating the Output Gap : A Kalman Filter Approach In: Econometric Society 2004 Australasian Meetings.
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2016What happens when the Kiwi flies? Sectoral effects of exchange rate shocks on the New Zealand economy In: Economic Modelling.
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2012The relative size of exchange rate and interest rate responses to news: An empirical investigation In: The North American Journal of Economics and Finance.
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2005Monetary policy transmission mechanisms and currency unions: A vector error correction approach to a Trans-Tasman currency union In: Journal of Policy Modeling.
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2003Monetary policy transmission mechanisms and currency unions: A vector error correction approach to a Trans-Tasman currency union.(2003) In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2003Monetary policy transmission mechanisms and currency unions A vector error correction approach to a Trans-Tasman currency union.(2003) In: Working Papers.
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2013What happens when the Kiwi flies? The sectoral effects of the exchange rate shocks In: CAMA Working Papers.
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2013What happens when the Kiwi flies? Sectoral effects of the exchange rate shocks.(2013) In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2016International spill-overs of uncertainty shocks: Evidence from a FAVAR In: CAMA Working Papers.
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2019Improved methods for combining point forecasts for an asymmetrically distributed variable In: CAMA Working Papers.
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2020How wages respond to the job-finding and job-to-job transition rates? Evidence from New Zealand administrative data In: CAMA Working Papers.
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2022How wages respond to the job-finding and job-to-job transition rates? Evidence from New Zealand administrative data.(2022) In: TEPP Working Paper.
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2021Effects of monetary policy communication in emerging market economies: Evidence from Malaysia In: CAMA Working Papers.
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2021Effects of Monetary Policy Communication in Emerging Market Economies: Evidence from Malaysia.(2021) In: MAGKS Papers on Economics.
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2021Effects of Monetary Policy Communication in Emerging Market Economies: Evidence from Malaysia.(2021) In: Working Papers.
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2007Some Benefits of Monetary-Policy Transparency in New Zealand In: Czech Journal of Economics and Finance (Finance a uver).
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2008Some benefits of monetary policy transparency in New Zealand.(2008) In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2015Applying an Inflation-Targeting Lens to Macroprodential Policy Institutions In: International Journal of Central Banking.
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2015Applying an Inflation Targeting Lens to Macroprudential Policy Institutions.(2015) In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2020Low wage growth and job-to-job transitions: Evidence from administrative data in New Zealand In: MAGKS Papers on Economics.
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2020Weighing up the Credit-to-GDP gap: A cautionary note In: MAGKS Papers on Economics.
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2008The Relative Size of New Zealand Exchange Rate and Interest Rate Responses to News In: Working Papers.
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2008The relative size of New Zealand exchange rate and interest rate responses to news.(2008) In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2012House price expectations of households: A preliminary analysis of new survey data In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Notes series.
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2016Developing a labour utilisation composite index for New Zealand In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Notes series.
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2017The role of non-participants in labour market dynamics In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Notes series.
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2018A Note on Construction Worker Migration to New Zealand 1962 - 2018 In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Notes series.
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2018Job-to-job flows and inflation: Evidence from administrative data in New Zealand In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Notes series.
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2019Mixed in New Zealand: Nowcasting Labour Markets with MIDAS In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Analytical Notes series.
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2006Modelling for monetary policy: the New Zealand experience In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin.
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2010Inflation targeting, the financial crisis and macroeconomics; an interview with Mark Gertler In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin.
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2018Interview with Atif Mian, Princeton University In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin.
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2007The impact of fiscal policy on the business cycle In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin.
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2002An optimal inflation target for New Zealand: lessons from the literature In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin.
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2003Neutral real interest rates revisited In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin.
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2004Estimating a time varying neutral real interest rate for New Zealand In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2004Do inflation targeting central banks behave asymmetrically? Evidence from Australia and New Zealand In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2004What can the Taylor rule tell us about a currency union between New Zealand and Australia? In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2008Explaining Movements in the NZ Dollar - Central Bank Communication and the Surprise Element in Monetary Policy? In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2008Changes in the transmission mechanism of monetary policy in New Zealand In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2010Does the Kiwi fly when the Kangaroo jumps? The effect of Australian macroeconomic news on the New Zealand dollar In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2016Inflation expectations and low inflation in New Zealand In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2018Inflation expectations and low inflation in New Zealand.(2018) In: New Zealand Economic Papers.
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2018Residential construction and population growth in New Zealand: 1996-2016 In: Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series.
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2005Do so-called multivariate filters have better revision properties? An empirical analysis In: Computing in Economics and Finance 2005.
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2021Machine Learning and Central Banks: Ready for Prime Time? In: Working Papers.
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