Viacheslav Sheremirov
Viacheslav Sheremirov
Senior Economist

Research

email  Viacheslav.Sheremirov@bos.frb.org

617-973-3089

website  Personal Website

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Primary fields of research

Macroeconomics, international finance

Publications

Refereed journal articles

Price Dispersion and Inflation: New Facts and Theoretical Implications.” Forthcoming. Journal of Monetary Economics. Previously issued as Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 15-10.

The Effects of Government Spending on Real Exchange Rates: Evidence from Military Spending Panel Data,” with Wataru Miyamoto and Thuy Lan Nguyen. 2019. Journal of International Economics 116: 144–157. Previously issued as Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 16-14.

Price Setting in Online Markets: Does IT Click?” with Yuriy Gorodnichenko and Oleksandr Talavera. 2018. Journal of the European Economic Association 16(6): 1764–1811. Previously issued as Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 15-1 and as National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No. 20819.

Sectoral Inflation and the Phillips Curve: What Has Changed since the Great Recession?” with María José Luengo-Prado and Nikhil Rao. 2018. Economics Letters 172: 63–68. A longer version previously issued as Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Current Policy Perspectives No. 17-5.

The Responses of Internet Retail Prices to Aggregate Shocks: A High-Frequency Approach,” with Yuriy Gorodnichenko and Oleksandr Talavera. 2018. Economics Letters 164: 124–127.

Working papers

Fiscal Multipliers in Advanced and Developing Countries: Evidence from Military Spending,” with Sandra Spirovska. 2019. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 19-3. An earlier version was issued as FRB Boston Working Papers No. 15-9.

Inflation Expectations and Nonlinearities in the Phillips Curve,” with Alexander Doser, Ricardo Nunes, and Nikhil Rao. 2017. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 17-11.