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Alistair Macaulay
Alistair Macaulay
Surrey Future Fellow (Economics), University of Surrey
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The 3 E's of central bank communication with the public
A Haldane, A Macaulay, M McMahon
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP14265, 2020
692020
Narrative-driven fluctuations in sentiment: Evidence linking traditional and social media
A Macaulay, W Song
Bank of Canada, 2023
172023
Cyclical attention to saving
A Macaulay
UniCredit Foundation Working Papers Series 140, 2020
112020
The attention trap: Rational inattention, inequality, and fiscal policy
A Macaulay
European economic review 135, 103716, 2021
82021
Shock transmission and the sources of heterogeneous expectations
A Macaulay
Working Paper, 2022
72022
Heterogeneity in imperfect inflation expectations: theory and evidence from a novel survey
A Macaulay, J Moberly
University of Oxford, 2022
72022
A rational inattention unemployment trap
M Ellison, A Macaulay
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 131, 104226, 2021
72021
The three E’s of central-bank communication with the public
A Haldane, A Macaulay, M McMahon
Banco Central de Chile, 2021
72021
News media, inflation, and sentiment
A Macaulay, W Song
AEA Papers and Proceedings 113, 172-176, 2023
52023
Heterogeneous information, subjective model beliefs, and the time-varying transmission of shocks
A Macaulay
CESifo Working Paper, 2022
42022
The Allocation of Corporate News
X Guo, A Macaulay, W Song
Available at SSRN 4768558, 2024
2024
Ambiguity Averse Portfolio Choices in an Aging Population
A Macaulay, C Shi
2023
Rational inattention in macroeconomics
A Macaulay
University of Oxford, 2020
2020
Does it matter that households disagree about inflation?
A Macaulay
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