Ginters Bušs

Monetārās politikas pārvaldes Monetārās izpētes un prognozēšanas daļas galvenais ekonometrists

Ginters Bušs ir ieguvis inženierzinātņu doktora zinātnisko grādu (Dr.sc.ing.) informācijas tehnoloģiju nozarē Rīgas Tehniskajā Universitātē 2014. gadā un ekonomikas maģistra grādu Centrāleiropas Universitātē (Ungārija) 2007. gadā. Viņš studējis ekonomiku Dūka universitātē (ASV) un Ģentes Universitātē (Beļģija).

Ginters Bušs sāka darbu Latvijas Bankas Monetārās politikas pārvaldē 2011. gadā. Pirms tam viņš strādāja Latvijas Republikas Centrālajā statistikas pārvaldē, kur viņa pienākumos ietilpa laikrindu sezonālā izlīdzināšana un īstermiņa prognozēšana. Ginters Bušs veic ekonomikas prognozēšanu, modelēšanu un attiecīgo pētījumu izstrādi.

 

Autora darbi

    • Working Papers

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      Marta Bańbura, Maria Albani, Gene Ambrocio, Dirk Bursian, Ginters Buss, Jasper de Winter, Miroslav Gavura, Claire Giordano, Paulo Júlio, Julien Le Roux, Matija Lozej, Sune Malthe-Thagaard, José R. Maria, Carmen Martínez Carrascal, Philipp Meinen, Nektarios Michail, Dimitris Papageorgiou, Sebastian Pool, Rafael Ravnik, Lucio San Juan del Peso, Máté Tóth, Giordano Zevi. Business investment in EU countries, Occasional Paper Series, European Central Bank, accepted for publication in 2018.
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      Gerhard Rünstler, Hiona Balfoussia, Lorenzo Burlon, Ginters Buss, Mariarosaria Comunale, Bruno De Backer, Hans Dewachter, Paolo Guarda, Markus Haavio, Irma Hindrayanto, Nikolai Ivanov Iskrev, Ivan Jaccard, Dmitry Kulikov, Davor Kunovac, Crt Lenarcic, Matthieu Lequien, Matija Lozej, Martin Mandler, Dimitris Papageorgiou, Jesper Pedersen, Gabriel Perez-Quiros, Ansgar Rannenberg, Eyno Rots, Michael Scharnagl, Peter Welz. Real and financial cycles in EU countries - Stylised facts and modelling implications, Occasional Paper Series, European Central Bank, accepted for publication in 2018.
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      Ginters Bušs. Wage formation, unemployment and business cycle in Latvia, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2017.
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      Pierre Lafourcade, Andrea Gerali, Jan Brůha, Dirk Bursian, Ginters Buss, Vesna Corbo, Markus Haavio, Christina Håkanson, Tibor Hlédik, Gábor Kátay, Dmitry Kulikov, Matija Lozej, Brian Micallef, Dimitris Papageorgiou, Juuso Vanhala, Marin Zeleznik. Labour market modelling in the light of the financial crisis, Occasional Paper Series, European Central Bank, accepted for publication in 2016.
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      Ginters Bušs. Search-and-Matching Frictions and Labour Market Dynamics in Latvia , Dynare Working Papers, CEPREMAP, accepted for publication in 2016.
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      Ginters Bušs. Search-and-Matching Frictions and Labour Market Dynamics in Latvia , Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2015.
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      Ginters Bušs. Financial frictions in a DSGE model for Latvia, Dynare Working Papers, CEPREMAP, accepted for publication in 2015.
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      Ginters Bušs. Financial Frictions in a DSGE Model for Latvia, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2014.
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      Ginters Bušs. Forecasting and Signal Extraction with Regularized Multivariate Direct Filter Approach, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2012.
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      Ginters Bušs. A New Real-Time Indicator for the Euro Area GDP, Working Papers, Latvijas Banka, accepted for publication in 2012.
    • Articles

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      Ginters Bušs. Financial frictions in Latvia, Empirical Economics, Springer, accepted for publication in 2015.
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      Ginters Bušs. Real-time signal extraction with regularized multivariate direct filter approach, Journal of Forecasting, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. (also covers Journal of Forecasting, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. ), accepted for publication in 2015.
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      Ginters Bušs. Tracking Economic Activity in the Euro Area: Multivariate Direct Filter Approach, Journal of Business Cycle Measurement and Analysis, OECD Publishing,CIRET (also covers OECD Journal: Journal of Business Cycle Measurement and Analysis, OECD Publishing,CIRET ), accepted for publication in 2013.
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