Viacheslav Sheremirov
Viacheslav Sheremirov
Economist

Research

email  Viacheslav.Sheremirov@bos.frb.org

617-973-3089

website  Personal Website

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Publications

Working papers

"Inflation Expectations and Nonlinearities in the Phillips Curve" with Alexander Doser, Ricardo P.C. Nunes, and Nikhil Rao. FRB Boston Working Paper Series, paper no. 17-11 (2017).

"Sectoral Inflation and the Phillips Curve: What Has Changed since the Great Recession?" with María José Luengo-Prado and Nikhil Rao 2017. FRB Boston Current Policy Perspectives, paper no. 17-5 (2017).

"Price Dispersion and Inflation: New Facts and Theoretical Implications". FRB Boston Working Paper Series, paper no. 15-10 (2015).

"Output Response to Government Spending: Evidence from New International Military Spending Data," with Sandra Spirovska. FRB Boston Working Paper Series, paper no. 15-9 (2015).

"Price Setting in Online Markets: Does IT Click? " by Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Viacheslav Sheremirov, and Oleksandr Talavera. FRB Working Paper No. 15-1 (2015).

"Government Spending and Real Exchange rates: Evidence from Military Spending Panel Data." With Wataru Miyamoto and Theu Lan Nguyen. 2016. unpublished

Presentations

“Output Response to Government Spending”: FRS Macro Meeting (Nashville, TN, 2016), Computing in Economics and Finance (Bordeaux, France, 2016)

“Price Setting in Online Markets”: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (2015); NBER Summer Institute, EFG Price Dynamics (2014); University of California, Berkeley (GEMS, 2012). Presented by coauthor: NBER International Comparisons of Income, Prices, and Production at MIT Sloan (2016); FRS Board of Governors (2015); University of California, Irvine (2015); University of California, Santa Cruz (2015); Royal Economic Society Annual Conference (Manchester, U.K., 2015); 1st International Conference in Applied Theory, Macro, and Empirical Finance (Thessaloniki, Greece, 2015); 14th EBES Conference (Barcelona, Spain, 2014)

“Price Dispersion and Inflation”: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Bank of Canada; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston; Simon Fraser University, Canada; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland; Cornerstone Research at Washington, DC; College of William and Mary; Vanderbilt University; University of California, Irvine; University of Hawaii, Manoa, (all 2014); University of California, Berkeley (2013)

“Government Spending and Real Exchange Rates”: International Monetary Fund (presented by coauthor; 2016) Discussions: FRS Macro Meeting (“The Inflation Expectations of Firms: What Do They Look Like, Are They Accurate, and Do They Matter?” by M. Bryan, B. Meyer, and N. Parker; Los Angeles, CA, 2015) Public Speaking: Vienna University of Economics and Business (Boston field trip; 2016); University of Massachusetts, Boston (2015)

Fellowship and Awards

Best paper award, 14th EBES Conference, 2014