University of California, Berkeley
Yuriy Gorodnichenko is an associate professor at the Department of Economics, University of California - Berkeley. He received his B.A. and MA at EERC/Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Kyiv, Ukraine) and his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. He is broadly interested in macroeconomics and issues related to transition economies (especially, labor markets and firm performance). He is also affiliated with NBER and IZA.
Articles by Yuriy Gorodnichenko:
What is at stake in Crimea?
10 March 2014, 19567 reads
Ukraine: Emergency economic measures
27 February 2014, 8736 reads
Inequality and household debt: New evidence
29 January 2014, 11289 reads
Inflation expectations and the missing disinflation
15 November 2013, 8973 reads
Output spillovers from fiscal policy
10 December 2012, 10442 reads
Paying attention to inattention
24 August 2012, 5535 reads
What does the Fed’s language about 2013 mean? A rules-based interpretation
21 October 2011, 7477 reads
The inertia of monetary policy: Implications for the Fed’s exit strategy
28 January 2011, 10073 reads
Culture can determine long-run growth
21 September 2010, 23849 reads
Measuring the output responses to fiscal policy
3 September 2010, 22526 reads
Financial constraints and innovation: Why poor countries don't catch up
8 April 2010, 19085 reads
When will the Fed raise interest rates?
1 March 2010, 25953 reads
Does the Great Recession really mean the end of the Great Moderation?
16 January 2010, 17125 reads
The effects of Russia’s flat tax
19 February 2008, 56827 reads
Campos, Coricelli, Moretti
Ostry, Berg, Tsangarides