De Grauwe P. and Gerba E. (2018), ‘The role of cognitive limitations and heterogeneous expectations for aggregate production and credit cycles’ In print in Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0165188918300897?via%3Dihub (A previous version is available on: FINMAP Working Paper Series No. 45, Kiel University, Kiel, 61pp. http://finmap-fp7.eu/files/wp/15WP45.pdf)
Gerba, E. (2018), ‘What is the Fiscal Stress in the Euro Area? Evidence from a Joint Monetary-Fiscal Structural Model‘ Forthcoming in Ensayos Sobre Politica Economica.
de Grauwe, Paul and Gerba, Eddie (2017), "Rationalising the Irrational: How relevant are beliefs for asset prices, credit and aggregate production?", Banco de España Working Paper No. 1626 and CES Ifo Working Paper No. 5573: https://www.cesifo-group.de/ifoHome/publications/working-papers/CESifoWP/CESifoWPdetails?wp_id=19173893
de Grauwe, Paul and Gerba, Eddie (2017) Monetary transmission under competing corporate finance regimes = Transmisión monetaria bajo regímenes alternativos de finanzas corporativas Ensayos Sobre Política Económica, 35 (82). 78-100. ISSN 0120-4483
Gerba, Eddie and Zochowski Dawid (2017) "Knightian Uncertainty and Credit Cycles" ECB Working Paper, May 2017, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Gerba, Eddie (2015) Financial cycles and macroeconomic stability: how secular is the Great Recession? LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbruecken, Germany. ISBN 9783659689116
de Grauwe, Paul and Gerba, Eddie (2015) Stock market cycles and supply side dynamics: two worlds, one vision Documentos de trabajo , Banco de España, Madrid, Spain.
Gerba, Eddie and Pikoulakis, Emmanuel V. and Wisniewski, Tomasz Piotr (2014) Structural models of the wage curve estimated by panel data and cross-section regressions MPRA paper, 53975. Munich Personal RePEc Archive (MPRA), Munich, Germany.
Gerba, Eddie and Schelkle, Waltraud (2014) Household finance and the welfare state: a case study of the United States, 1980-2010 The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Gerba, Eddie (2013) Reconnecting investment to stock markets: the role of corporate net worth evaluation Working papers , Social Science Research Network (SSRN) , Rochester, USA.
Gerba, Eddie and Schelkle, Waltraud (2013) The finance-welfare state nexus ACES cases, 2013.1. The American Consortium on EU Studies (ACES), Washington, USA.
(ESRB) Expert Group on Structural Buffers, (2018), ‘Final Report on Structural Capital Buffers’, European Systemic Risk Board, edited by Korbmacher, S. et al. 27 February, 2018: http://www.esrb.europa.eu/news/pr/date/2018/html/esrb.pr180227.en.html
“Assessing ECB Quantitative Easing: One Year On”, with C. Macchiarelli, Monetary Policy Dialogue, note to the European Parliament, IP/A/ECON/2016-01, June 2016
“Policy options and risks of an extension of the ECB’s quantitative easing programme: An analysis”, with C. Macchiarelli, Monetary Policy Dialogue, note to the European Parliament, IP/A/ECON/2016-01, Feb 2016
“Is globalization reducing the ability of central banks to control inflation?”, with C. Macchiarelli, Monetary Policy Dialogue, note to the European Parliament, IP/A/ECON/2015-07, Nov 2015
“Interaction between monetary policy and bank regulation: Theory and European practice”, with C. Macchiarelli, Monetary Policy Dialogue, note to the European Parliament, IP/A/ECON/2015-07, Sep 2015 (also LSE Systemic Risk Centre Special Paper no. 10)
“Sovereign Bond Purchases and Risk Sharing: Myth and Reality of the European QE”, with C. Macchiarelli, Monetary Policy Dialogue, note to the European Parliament, IP/A/ECON/2015-02, June 2015 (also LSE Systemic Risk Centre Special Paper no. 9)
“Financial (in)stability low interest rates and (un)conventional monetary policy”, with C. Macchiarelli, Monetary Policy Dialogue, note to the European Parliament, IP/A/ECON/2015-01, Mar 2015
He is also actively contributing to the USAPP blog and EUROPP blog. His latest posts can be accessed here:
http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2016/03/10/quantitative-easing-to-deal-with-the-root-of-the-problem-the-ecb-should-tackle-non-performing-loans/ (with C. Macchiarelli)
http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/usappblog/2014/05/07/spending-rises-are-more-effective-in-expanding-the-economy-by-as-much-as-20-percent-compared-to-tax-cuts/ (with K. Hauzenberger)