Anne Sibert Buiter

Invited Papers, Working Papers and Book Reviews

"Should Small Open Economies Join the Euro Area: An Application to Croatia,"Workshop on Croatia's entry into the Eurozone, Prime Minister's Office, Republic of Croatia, Luksic Foundation, SIPA, Columbia University, Zagreb, 3 May 2019.

"Why did the Bankers Behave so Badly." Unpublished paper, May 2011. With Hamid Sabourian.

"Sexism and the City: Irrational Behaviour, Cognitive Errors and Gender in the Financial Crisis." Open Economies Review 21 (February 2010): 163–6.

"New Theories of Optimal Currency Areas and their Application to Poland's Adoption of the Euro." In Raport Na Temat Pelnego Uczestnictwa Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej w Trzecim Etapi Unii Gospodarczej i Walutowej: Eseje, Zagranicznych i Polskich Ekonomistów. (Report on the Full Participation of the Republic of Poland in the Third Stage of the Economic and Monetary Union: Essays, Foreign and Polish Ecoomists) Warsaw: National Bank of Poland, 2009, pp. 48–61.

"Comment on 'US Shocks and Global Exchange Rate Configurations,' by Marcel Fratzscher." Economic Policy 2 (April) 2008: 406-8.

"Financial Stability and Central Banks: Do Announcements Help?" Monetary Policy under Uncertainty. Proceedings of the 2007 Monetary and Banking Conference. Buenos Aires: Central Bank of Argentina, 2008.

"Targets, Instruments and Institutional Arrangements for an Effective Monetary Authority." In L.K. Jha Memorial Lecture Series. Mumbai: Reserve Bank of India, 2007,pp. 117–46, with Willem Buiter.

"Comment on 'Twin Deficits: Squaring Theory, Evidence and Common Sense' by Giancarlo Corsetti and Gernot J. Müller." Economic Policy 21 (October 2006): 633-5.

"How the Eurosytem's Treatment of Collateral in its Open Market Operations Weakens Fiscal Discipline in the Eurozone (and What to Do About it)." In Fiscal Policy and the Road to the Euro. Warsaw: National Bank of Poland, 2006, pp. 29-60.

"Is the Structure of the ECB Adequate for the New Challenge?" In Fritz Breuss and Eduard Hochreiter, eds.Challenges for Central Banks in an Enlarged EMU. Vienna: Springer-Verlag, 2005, pp. 95-118.

"Comments on 'Central Banks and Supreme Courts' by Charles Goodhart and Ellen Meade." Moneda y Crédito, 218, 2004.

"Discussion of ‘The Monetization of Credit’ by Martin Shubik." In P. Mizen, ed. Central Banking, Monetary Theory and Practice: Essays in Honor of Charles Goodhart. Volume 1. Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar, 2003.

"Designing a Monetary Authority." In A. Santomero, S. Viotti and A. Vredan, eds. Challenges for Central Banking. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001. With Willem Buiter.

"La Reputación del Banco Central Europeo." In R. Caminal, ed. El Euro y Sus Repercusiones Sobre la Economia Española. Madrid: Fundacion BBV, 1999.

"Transition Issues for the European Monetary Union." De EMU in Breed Perspectief, Preadviezen van de Koninklijke Verenging voor de Staathuishoudkunde. Utrecht: Lemma BV, 1997, 1–17. With Willem Buiter.

"Review of Cukierman, A., Z. Hercowitz and L. Leiderman, eds. Political Economy, Growth, and Business Cycles." Journal of Economic Literature 32 (March 1994): 132–4.

"Risk Premium." In Newman, P., Milgate, M. and J. Eatwell,eds, The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance. London: Macmillian, 1992, reprinted 1994, pp. 373–6.

"Review of Fels, G. and G. von Furstenberg, eds. A Supply-Side Agenda for Germany: Sparks from the United States, Great Britain, European Economic Integration." Journal of Economic Literature 28 (December 1990), 1736–8.

"Review of Buiter, W. and R. Marston, eds. International Policy Coordination." Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 21 (November 1989), 537–9.

"Review of Stallings, B., Banker to the Third World: U.S. Portfolio Investment in Latin America 1900–1986." Journal of Economic History (December 1988), 979–80.

"Maintaining Central Bank Credibility." Economic Review 73 (September/October 1988), 3–15. Reprinted in J. Wilcox, ed. Current Readings in Money, Banking and Financial Markets. Scott, Foresman and Company, 1989-90. With Stuart W. Weiner.

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