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|May 2022||Policy Brief||No 333||The effect of introducing a Loan-to-Value limit on homeownership||Cindy Biesenbeek, Mauro Mastrogiacomo, Rob Alessie, Jakob de Haan|
|May 2022||Policy Brief||No 329||Digital payment behaviour differs significantly across countries||Jakob Mølgaard Heisel, Marcus Clausen Brock|
|Feb 2022||Policy Note||No 264||High earners in the European banking sector||Emma-Faye Dertnig, Jakob Hanzl, Mario Hübler, Christoph Prenner|
|Dec 2021||Policy Brief||No 246||Public trust only partly immune to COVID-19 pandemic||Carin van der Cruijsen, Jakob de Haan, Nicole Jonker|
|May 2021||Policy Brief||No 90||SPACs (special purpose acquisition companies)||Mario Hübler, Jakob Hanzl, Christoph Prenner|
|Mar 2021||Policy Brief||No 57||Central bank communication with the general public: effective or not?||Nils Brouwer, Jakob de Haan|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 154||The Prudent Algorithm Principle: A new paradigm for financial supervision||Jakob Thomä|
|Nov 2018||Policy Note||No 47||Regtech meets financial supervision: how climate scenario analysis by supervisors is ushering in a new regulatory paradigm||Jakob Thomä|