Filip Rozsypal

Research Economist
Fields of interest: Business Cycle, Household Behaviour, Computational Methods

Professional Experience
Research Economist, Danmarks Nationalbank, 2017-
Post-doctoral researcher, London School of Economics, 2015-2017 

Ph.D., Economics, University of Cambridge, 2016
M.Sc., Economics, London School of Economics, 2009
M.Sc., Economics, Charles University, 2008 

Working Papers

"Firm Cyclicality and Financial Frictions," with Alex Clymo, (2022)

"Overpersistence bias in individual income expectations and its aggregate implications," with Kathrin Schlafmann, Conditionally accepted, AEJ:Macro, (2019)

"Schumpeterian business cycles," (2016)

"Methods to solve non-smooth problems with dimensionality," (2016)

"The Optimal Monetary Policy Rule: the Role of Asymmetries and Reputation," (2013)

"What can old firms tell us about the effect of age on firm size," with Svend Greniman Andersen, (2021)

"Firm-Level Entry and Exit over the Danish Business Cycle," with Svend Greniman Andersen, Danmarks Nationalbank Working Papers No. 132,  R&R Scandinavian Journal of Economics, (2018)

Work in Progress
"Firm exit," with Petr Sedlacek

"Durable cycle and MPC," with Kathrin Schlafmann

"Computer Adoption and the Changing Labor Market," with Miguel Morin

Refereed Publications
"Does money help predict inflation? An empirical assessment for Central Europe," with Roman Horvath and Lubos Komarek, Economic Systems, 35(4): 523-536, (2011)

"Definition And Evaluation Of The Central Bank, Agresivity," with Lubos Komarek, Politicka Ekonomie, University of Economics, Prague, vol. 2009(3).