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|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 208||Human Frictions in the Transmission of Economic Policy||Francesco D’Acunto, Daniel Hoang, Maritta Paloviita, Michael Weber|
|Aug 2021||Policy Brief||No 142||Consumption patterns in Italy during COVID-19||Elisa Guglielminetti and Concetta Rondinelli|
|Jul 2021||Policy Brief||No 133||Evidence of a macroeconomic reversal rate||Paul Konietschke, Anna Samarina, Irina Stanga, Jan Willem van den End|
|Jul 2021||Policy Brief||No 125||Monetary policy surprises trigger different responses in the housing market across European regions||Winfried Koeniger, Benedikt Lennartz, Marc-Antoine Ramelet|
|Jun 2021||Policy Brief||No 118||The reduction in homeownership rates for the young||Gonzalo Paz-Pardo|
|Jun 2021||Policy Brief||No 103||A bigger house at the cost of an empty fridge? The effect of households’ indebtedness on their consumption: Micro-evidence using Belgian HFCS data||Philip Du Caju, Guillaume Périlleux, François Rycx, Ilan Tojerow|
|May 2021||Policy Note||No 237||Will consumers save the EU recovery? - Insights from the Commission’s consumer survey||Roberta Friz, Fiona Morice|
|Mar 2021||Policy Note||No 227||Scarring in Europe||Reza Moghadam, Markus Guetschow, Camille White|
|Oct 2020||Policy Note||No 199||Macroeconomic stabilisation when nominal interest rates are constrained: A role for household inflation expectations?||Geoff Kenny, Ioana Duca-Radu, Andreas Reuter|
|May 2020||Policy Note||No 166||Turning collective savings into private equity investments: The Covid-19 crisis as a catalyst for pan-European efficient resource allocation||Georges Hübner|
|May 2019||Policy Note||No 69||The post-crisis Phillips Curve and its policy implications: cumulative wage gap matters for inflation||Liviu Voinea|