Julien Pinter

Julien Pinter
Charles University in Prague | CUNI · Institute of Economic Studies

Phd

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Introduction
I'm a post-doctoral researcher at Charles University, currently -online- visiting researcher at Princeton. I enjoy and work on research on Monetary Economics, Central Banks and International Finance. In the past I've been in particular visiting fellow at Harvard University for 6 months, and I've worked at the ECB.

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Publications (10)
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We construct a new indicator to capture media sentiment about the European Central Bank monetary policy and its relevant environment by analyzing 25,000 articles from five major international newspapers. Using named entity recognition and part-of-speech tagging, we propose a methodology to dissociate the dissemination of official communications of...
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We construct a new indicator to capture media sentiment about the European Central Bank monetary policy and its relevant environment by analyzing 25,000 articles from five major international newspapers. Using named entity recognition and part-of-speech tagging, we propose a methodology to dissociate the dissemination of official communications of...
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The COVID-19 crisis has revived an old heated debate on whether significant increases in the money supply ultimately lead to higher inflation. Some observers have alluded to the quantity theory of money for that purpose, though in our view, this has sometimes been in a misleading way. Against this background, this paper seeks to clarify several asp...
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The COVID-19 crisis has revived an old heated debate on whether significant increases in the money supply - such as the ones seen after the pandemic outbreak - ultimately lead to higher inflation. Some observers have alluded to the quantity theory of money for that purpose, though in our view, this has sometimes been in a misleading way. Against th...
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We construct a new indicator to capture media sentiment about the European Central Bank monetary policy and its relevant environment by analyzing 25,000 articles from five major international newspapers. Using named entity recognition and part-of-speech tagging, we propose a methodology to dissociate the dissemination of the central bank's official...
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This paper examines whether weak central bank finances affect inflation by scrutinizing the key rationale for such a relationship: that the absence of Treasury support makes central bank finances relevant for price stability. Specifically, I ask whether central banks which are not likely to enjoy fiscal support when needed experience higher inflati...
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This paper proposes an alternative benchmark to the EURIBOR to analyze the post-crisis puzzling behavior of deposit rates in the Eurozone. Using bank-level CDS data for 6 major Eurozone countries, we build a simple country-level index for banks’ cost of unsecured funding. The use of this index instead of the traditionally used EURIBOR restores the...

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