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|Aug 2023||Policy Brief||No 655||Building Central Bank Credibility: The Role of Forecast Performance||Michael McMahon, Ryan Rholes|
|Jun 2023||Policy Brief||No 625||Who holds sovereign debt and why it matters||Xiang Fang, Bryan Hardy, Karen K Lewis|
|Dec 2022||Policy Note||No 294||A modern credit guidance regime for the green transition||Katie Kedward, Daniela Gabor, Josh Ryan-Collins|
|Nov 2022||Policy Brief||No 472||(R-)Star gazing: Macro drivers suggest real neutral rate may have risen||Matthew Luzzetti, Brett Ryan, Justin Weidner, Amy Yang|
|Oct 2022||Policy Brief||No 445||Fiscal deficits and inflation risks: the role of fiscal and monetary policy regimes||Ryan Banerjee, Valerie Boctor, Aaron Mehrotra, Fabrizio Zampolli|
|Mar 2022||Policy Note||No 270||Will the supply-driven oil price shock unanchor inflation expectations?||Matthew Luzzetti, Brett Ryan, Justin Weidner, Amy Yang|
|Jun 2021||Policy Brief||No 115||Understanding the financial risks of nature loss: exploring policy options for financial authorities||Katie Kedward, Josh Ryan-Collins, Hugues Chenet|
|Sep 2020||Policy Note||No 194||Home- and host-country prudential regulation and spillovers in dollar credit||Stefan Avdjiev, Bryan Hardy, Patrick McGuire, Goetz von Peter|
|Mar 2019||Policy Note||No 61||Beyond voluntary disclosure: why a ‘market-shaping’ approach to financial regulation is needed to meet the challenge of climate change||Josh Ryan-Collins|