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

The Transmission Mechanisms of International Business Cycles: International Trade and the Foreign Effects of U.S. Monetary Policy," with Falk Bräuning. Forthcoming. IMF Economic Review.

"Fiscal Multipliers in Advanced and Developing Countries: Evidence from Military Spending," with Sandra Spirovska. 2022. Journal of Public Economics 208: 104631. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpubeco.2022.104631

"Price Dispersion and Inflation: New Facts and Theoretical Implications." 2020. Journal of Monetary Economics 114: 59–70. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmoneco.2019.03.007

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

Are the Demand and Supply Channels of Inflation Persistent? Evidence from a Novel Decomposition of PCE Inflation.” 2022. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Current Policy Perspectives. November 7, 2022. 

Do Multisectoral New Keynesian Models Match Sectoral Data?” with Philippe Andrade. 2022. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 22-14. https://doi.org/10.29412/res.wp.2022.14 

The Transmission Mechanisms of International Business Cycles: Output Spillovers through Trade and Financial Linkages,” with Falk Bräuning. 2021. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 21-13. https://doi.org/10.29412/res.wp.2021.13

The Drivers of Inflation Dynamics during the Pandemic: (Early) Evidence from Disaggregated Consumption Data.” 2021. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Current Policy Perspectives. June 23, 2021.

Output Spillovers from U.S. Monetary Policy: The Role of International Trade and Financial Linkages” with Falk Bräuning. 2019. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 19-15.

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.