Max Gillman, “Income Tax Evasion: Tax Elasticity, Welfare, and Revenue”, International Tax and Public Finance.
“Granger Predictability of Oil prices after the Great Recession”, 2020, Journal of International Money and Finance; with Szilard Benk; Volume 101, March, Article No. 102100. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0261560619301305
Max Gillman, “The Welfare Cost of Inflation with Banking Time,” 2020, BE Press Journal of Macroeconomics: Advances; volume 20, Issue 1; DOI: 10.1515/bejm-2018-0059.
Technical Appendix, 2020, to “International Business Cycle and Financial Intermediation”, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. 51,
No. 8 (December), pp. 2293-2303. https://ideas.repec.org/p/msl/workng/1017.html (Working Papers 1017, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Department of Economics).
“International Business Cycle and Financial Intermediation”, 2019, Journal of Money, Banking and Credit, with Tamas Csabafi and Ruthira Naraidoo, Volume 51, Issue 8, December, Pages 2293-2303; Published here.
Revisions for Resubmission:
Max Gillman, Tamas Csabafi, Ceri R. Davies, Michal Kejak, “Estimation of Interest Rates in Alternative Frequency Windows using Simulated Data”, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.
Tamas Csabafi, Ceri Davies, Max Gillman, Michal Kejak, “Nominal Interest Rates and Inflation Rate Inversion: Bank Shocks and the Great Recession”, Contemporary Economic Policy.
“Explaining Real Business Cycles with Human Capital Investment,” Szilard Benk, Tamas Csabafi, Jing Dang, Max Gillman, Michal Kejak; Journal of Human Capital.
New Papers Under Current Journal Review
Max Gillman, Emrah Cevik and Sel Dibooglu, 2020, “Monetary Effects on Oil Prices, Gold Prices and USD Exchange Rates with Markov Switching Regimes”; revision resubmitted.
Max Gillman, “Steps in Industrial Development through Human Capital Deepening”; revision resubmitted.
Max Gillman, Tamas Csabafi, Ceri R. Davies, Michal Kejak, “Interest Rates with Optimal Inflation Tax Avoidance”.
New Papers underway:
Max Gillman, “US Seigniorage, Money Demand and Inflation Cost”.