Ramon Marimon
Ramon Marimon
Professor of Economics, European University Institute, Barcelona GSE, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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Recursive contracts
A Marcet, R Marimon
Econometrica 87 (5), 1589-1631, 2019
Unemployment vs. mismatch of talents: Reconsidering unemployment benefits
R Marimon, F Zilibotti
The Economic Journal 109 (455), 266-291, 1999
Money as a medium of exchange in an economy with artificially intelligent agents
R Marimon, E McGrattan, TJ Sargent
Journal of Economic dynamics and control 14 (2), 329-373, 1990
Aggregate consequences of limited contract enforceability
T Cooley, R Marimon, V Quadrini
Journal of Political Economy 112 (4), 817-847, 2004
Communication, commitment, and growth
A Marcet, R Marimon
Journal of Economic Theory 58 (2), 219-249, 1992
The economics of split-ticket voting in representative democracies
VV Chari, LE Jones, R Marimon
The American Economic Review, 957-976, 1997
Indeterminacy of equilibria in a hyperinflationary world: experimental evidence
R Marimon, S Sunder
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1073-1107, 1993
Computational methods for the study of dynamic economies
B Scott
Oxford University Press, 1999
Learning from learning in economics
R Marimon
European University Institute, 1996
Expectationally driven market volatility: an experimental study
R Marimon, SE Spear, S Sunder
Journal of Economic Theory 61 (1), 74-103, 1993
‘Actual’versus ‘virtual’employment in Europe Is Spain different?
R Marimon, F Zilibotti
European Economic Review 42 (1), 123-153, 1998
Bubbles and credit constraints
J Miao, P Wang
Available at SSRN 1779485, 2011
Expectations and learning under alternative monetary regimes: an experimental approach
R Marimon, S Sunder
Economic Theory 4 (1), 131-162, 1994
Employment and distributional effects of restricting working time
R Marimon, F Zilibotti
European Economic Review 44 (7), 1291-1326, 2000
Nominal debt as a burden on monetary policy
J Díaz-Giménez, G Giovannetti, R Marimon, P Teles
Review of Economic Dynamics 11 (3), 493-514, 2008
Titanium matrix composites: mechanical behavior
S Mall, T Nichols
CRC Press, 1997
Convergence in monetary inflation models with heterogeneous learning rules
GW Evans, S Honkapohja, R Marimon
Macroeconomic Dynamics 5 (1), 1-31, 2001
Why do monetary policies matter? An experimental study of saving and inflation in an overlapping generations model
M Bernasconi, O Kirchkamp
Journal of Monetary Economics 46 (2), 315-343, 2000
EU welfare systems and labour markets: diverse in the past, integrated in the future?
G Bertola, JF Jimeno, R Marimon, C Pissarides
MIT Press, 2001
Does a constant money growth rule help stabilize inflation?: experimental evidence
R Marimon, S Sunder
Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 43, 111-156, 1995
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