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|Nov 2023||Policy Brief||No 732||Quantitative easing, accounting and prudential frameworks, and bank lending||Andrea Orame, Rodney Ramcharan, Roberto Robatto|
|Nov 2023||Policy Note||No 326||Shrinking the Eurosystem’s footprint without offshoring the euro||Robert N McCauley|
|Jul 2023||Policy Brief||No 643||Consumer Savings Behaviour at Low and Negative Interest Rates||Marco Felici, Geoff Kenny, Roberta Friz|
|Jun 2023||Policy Brief||No 599||Measuring the Temporal Dimension of Text: An Application to Policymaker Speeches||David Byrne, Robert Goodhead, Michael McMahon, Conor Parle|
|May 2023||Policy Brief||No 593||How often and how much do food prices change during periods of high inflation – an analysis of online prices in Austria||Christian Beer, Robert Ferstl, Bernhard Graf, Fabio Rumler|
|May 2023||Policy Brief||No 590||Is digitalisation the gamechanger it promised to be for firms’ productivity growth?||Robert Anderton, Vasco Botelho, Paul Reimers|
|Mar 2023||Policy Note||No 304||Should central banks raise inflation targets?||Ernest Gnan, Robert Holzmann|
|Dec 2022||Policy Brief||No 495||Asset Purchases and Sovereign Risk Premia in the Euro Area during the Pandemic||Robert Blotevogel, Gergely Hudecz, Elisabetta Vangelista|
|Aug 2022||Policy Brief||No 405||Forgetting Approaches to Improve Forecasting: Executive Summary||Robert Hill, Paulo Rodrigues|
|Jun 2022||Policy Brief||No 348||9 stylized facts on productivity||Andreas Breitenfellner, Robert Holzmann, Richard Sellner, Maria Silgoner, Thomas Zörner|
|Apr 2022||Policy Brief||No 323||Is Super-Active Fiscal Policy Desirable?||Roberto M. Billi, Carl E. Walsh|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 204||Combining negative rates, forward guidance and asset purchases: Identification and impacts of the ECB’s unconventional policies||Massimo Rostagno, Carlo Altavilla, Giacomo Carboni, Wolfgang Lemke, Roberto Motto, Arthur Saint Guilhem|
|Sep 2021||Policy Note||No 253||Raising r*: Why, how, and if not now, when?||Robert Holzmann, Maria T. Valderrama|
|May 2021||Policy Note||No 237||Will consumers save the EU recovery? - Insights from the Commission’s consumer survey||Roberta Friz, Fiona Morice|
|Nov 2020||Policy Note||No 209||Are equity markets currently overvalued? The role of the time horizon in earnings expectations||Roberto Blanco and Irene Roibás|
|Oct 2020||Policy Note||No 200||Finding the Right “Hall of Mirrors”: The Mixed Blessings of Lessons from the Past for Shaping a Post-COVID Future||Robert Holzmann|
|Sep 2020||Policy Note||No 195||The EU’s “Northern enlargement” 25 years on – stocktaking and some thoughts for the future||Ernest Gnan and Robert Holzmann|
|Sep 2020||Policy Brief||No 27||To each crisis its analogy, to each analogy its critical reflection||Robert Holzmann|
|May 2020||Policy Note||No 167||Services are the next – and fast approaching – frontier of global trade and financial services is a sector leading the way||Robert Koopman|
|May 2020||Policy Brief||No 8||The currency composition of foreign exchange reserves||Hiro Ito and Robert N McCauley|