Author Name: Hylton Hollander

Hylton Hollander is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Stellenbosch University with research interests in International macro-finance, Financial frictions in macroeconomic models, Monetary theory & policy, Sovereign debt & fiscal policy, Financial (in)stability and Macroeconomics of distribution & growth. He gained his Ph.D. in Economics at Stellenbosch University.

The macroeconomics of establishing a basic income grant in South Africa
Discussion Document 04 This paper  offers a discussion on the macro...
Roy Havemann, Hylton Hollander, Daan Steenkamp
Discussion Document
Technical background paper: The macroeconomics of establishing a basic income grant in ...
Working Paper 881 This paper quantifies the effect of fiscal transf...
Roy Havemann, Hylton Hollander, Daan Steenkamp
Working Paper
The effectiveness of countercyclical capital requirements and contingent convertible ca...
This paper studies the effectiveness of countercyclical capital req...
Hylton Hollander
Working Paper
Debt must be invested, not consumed
We look at recent trends in debt, government consumption and invest...
Michael E. Rose, Hylton Hollander, Co-Pierre Georg
Policy Brief
Four Lessons from the Greek sovereign debt crisis
Over the past five years the Greek economy has steadily deteriorate...
Michael E. Rose, Hylton Hollander, Co-Pierre Georg
Policy Brief
Credit spread variability in U.S. business cycles: The Great Moderation versus the Grea...
This paper establishes the prevailing financial factors that influe...
Hylton Hollander, Guangling Dave Liu
Working Paper
The Equity Price Channel in a New-Keynesian DSGE Model with Financial Frictions and Ban...
This paper studies the role of the equity price channel in business...
Hylton Hollander, Guangling Dave Liu
Working Paper

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