Tobias Renkin

Senior Research Economist
Fields of Interests: Applied Macroeconomics, Labor Economics

Professional Experience
Senior Research Economist, Danmarks Nationalbank, 2018-

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Zurich, 2018
Visiting Scholar, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, UC Berkeley, 2016-2017
Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, UC Berkeley, 2015-2016
M.Sc. Economics, University of Zurich, 2012
B.Sc. Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2010

"The Pass-Through of Minimum Wages into US Retail Prices: Evidence from Supermarket Scanner data," with Claire Montialoux and Michael Siegenthaler, The Review of Economics and Statistics, 104(5): 890-908, (2022)

Working Papers
"Credit Supply Shocks and Prices: Evidence from Danish Firms," with Gabriel Züllig. Updated November 2022. Revise and Resubmit at AEJ: Macroeconomics.

"Firm Dynamics and the Rise in Danish Firms' Cash Holdings," with Simone Bonin, (2022). Updated draft coming soon.

"Export Prices, Markups, and Currency Choice after a Large Appreciation," with Daniel Kaufmann, (2020)

"The Response of Retail Prices and Markups to Cyclical Demand Shocks," (2017)

Work In Progress

"Markups over the Firm Life Cycle," with Klaus Adam and Gabriel Züllig. 

"Prices and Demand Shocks: Micro Evidence and Aggregate Implications," with Christian Hoeck. 

"Markups and Monetary Policy: Evidence from Denmark," with Luca Riva. 

"How Should we Measure Inflation Expectations?"

Policy Papers
"The Rise in Cash Holdings of Danish Companies," with Simone Maria Bonin, Danmarks Nationalbank Economic Memo No. 8, (2022)

"Liquidity reserves of Danish firms: Implications during the COVID-19 epidemic," Danmarks Nationalbank Economic Memo No. 2, (2020)

"Labor Cost Pass-through to Producer Prices in Denmark," with Simon Juul Hvid, Danmarks Nationalbank Working Paper No. 166, (2020)

"Manufacturing Prices and Employment after the Swiss Franc Shock," with Daniel Kaufmann, Study on behalf of the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO, (2017)