Hello Professor Johannes,
I would like to just confirm and bring small thing into your notice. In my paper, I am giving a reference as Born and Pfeifer (2014b) used the term EMAS as ergodic mean in the absence of shocks.
In your Risk Matters: A Comment (Dynare version). In footnote 2 you mentioned “We use the term EMAS for FGRU’s concept of [s]tarting from the ergodic mean and in the absence of shocks” (p. 10 in their technical appendix) ……………. Therefore, you coined the term EMAS. I just notice working paper https://site.stanford.edu/sites/g/files/sbiybj8706/f/4880-bretscherhsutamoni_riskaversionv6.pdf
They also mentioned in section F-1 that " We use the term EMAS for Ferna´ndez-Villaverde et al. (2011)’s concept of “[s]tarting from the ergodic mean and in the absence of shocks” (p. 10 in their technical appendix).