Andrés Neumeyer, and Juan Pablo Nicolini, The Incredible Taylor Principle, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Working Paper 790, January 2022. Slides
Francisco J. Buera & Roberto N. Fattal-Jaef & Hugo Hopenhayn & P. Andres Neumeyer & Yongseok Shin, 2021. "The Economic Ripple Effects of COVID-19", NBER Working Papers 28704. Slides (video).
Constantino Hevia, Andrés Neumeyer and Juan Pablo Nicolini, Optimal Monetary and Fiscal Policy in a New Keynesian Model with a Dutch Disease, 2013
Matías Busso, Mariano Spector and Andrés Neumeyer, Skills, Informality and the Size Distribution of Firms, 2012 (revised (2017)
Papers in Refereed Journals
Constantino Hevia, Manuel Macera, Pablo Andrés Neumeyer, Covid-19 in unequal societies, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2022 (in press). PDF. Slides.
Fernando Alvarez, Martin Beraja, Martín Gonzalez Rozada, and P. Andrés Neumeyer, From Hyperinflation to Stable Prices: Argentina’s evidence on menu cost models, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 134, Issue 1, February 2019. Replication material.
Pablo A Neumeyer and Fabrizio Perri, Business cycles in emerging economies: the role of interest rates, Journal of Monetary Economics, 52 (2), 345-380, 2005
F Alvarez, PJ Kehoe, PA Neumeyer, The time consistency of optimal monetary and fiscal policies, Econometrica 72 (2), 541-567, 2004
Pablo A Neumeyer, Inflation-stabilization risk in economies with incomplete asset markets, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 23 (3), 371-391, 1999
P. Andrés Neumeyer, Currencies and the allocation of risk: The welfare effects of a monetary union, American Economic Review, 246-259,1998
Miguel Kiguel, Andrés Neumeyer, Seigniorage and inflation: the case of Argentina, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 27 (3), 672-682, 1995
Chapters in Books
Constantino Hevia and P. Andrés Neumeyer y Constantino Hevia, A Perfect Storm: COVID-19 in Emerging Economies, in Djankov, S and U Panizza (eds), COVID-19 in Developing Economies, a VoxEU.org eBook, CEPR Press, 22 June 2020 (Also in VOXEU, April 21, 2021).
Constantino Hevia and Andy Neumeyer, A Conceptual Framework for Analyzing the Economic Impact of COVID-19 and its Policy Implications, in López-Calva, Luis F. and M. Meléndez (eds), The Socioeconomic Implications of the COVID Pandemic in Latin America and the Caribbean: Ideas for Policy Action, 2020
Fernando Alvarez and Andrés Neumeyer, The Pass-Through of Large Cost Shocks in an Inflationary Economy, in Volumen 27, Serie Banca Central: Changing Inflation Dynamics, Evolving Monetary Policy, edited by Gonzalo Castex, Jordi Galí, and Diego Saravia, Central Bank of Chile, 2020
Hugo Hopenhayn, Andrés Neumeyer, Explaining Argentina’s Great Depression of 1975–90 in Eduardo Fernandez-Arias, Rodolfo Manuelli and Juan S. Blyde (eds) Sources of Growth in Latin America. What is Missing, 2005
Andrés Neumeyer and Juan Pablo Nicolini Using Balance Sheet Data to Identify Sovereign Default and Devaluation Risk in Eduardo Levy Yeyati and Federico Sturzenegger (eds), Dollarization: Debates and Policy Alternatives, The MIT Press, 2002
Comments on "The Monetary and Fiscal History of Paraguay 1960:2017" by Javier Charotti, Carlos Fernández Valdovinos, and Felipe Gonzalez Soley in Monetary and Fiscal History of Latin America. Paper, Project. My Comments.
Old Working Papers
Ariel Burstein, Nir Jaimovich, and Andrés Neumeyer, Consumer behavior during the 2002 Argentine crisis: a macroeconomic analysis with microeconomic data, 2010. PDF
Andrés Neumeyer and G Sandleris, Understanding Productivity During the Argentine Crisis , 2010
Hugo Hopenhayn and Andrés Neumeyer, Productivity and Distortions, 2008
Martín González-Rozada, PA Neumeyer, A Clemente, DL Sasson, N Trachter, The Elasticity of Substitution in Demand for Non-Tradable Goods in Latin America: The Case of Argentina, 2004
Fernando Alvarez, Pablo A Neumeyer, Should Honest Governments Sell Futures?, 1999
Makoto Yano, Andrés Neumeyer, Cross border nominal assets and international monetary interdependence, 1995