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|Feb 2023||Policy Brief||No 532||A New EU Economic Governance and Fiscal Framework: what role for the national independent fiscal institutions (IFIs)?||Daniel Daianu|
|Feb 2023||Policy Brief||No 527||Central Bank digital currencies in Africa: catching up||Enrique Alberola, Ilaria Mattei|
|Feb 2023||Policy Brief||No 520||Measuring the Optimum Currency Area properties of the euro area over its 20 years’ history||Davor Kunovac, Diego Rodriguez Palenzuela, Yiqiao Sun|
|Jun 2022||Policy Brief||No 361||The influence of financial corporations on IMF lending: Has it changed with the global financial crisis?||Lena Lee Andresen|
|Mar 2022||Policy Note||No 269||CBDC and the international position of the euro||Wim Boonstra|
|Feb 2022||Policy Brief||No 275||The effectiveness of ECB euro liquidity lines: spillovers and spillbacks||Silvia Albrizio, Iván Kataryniuk, Luis Molina, Jan Schäfer|
|Dec 2021||Policy Brief||No 254||What explains the emergence and diffusion of climate-related financial policies in G20 countries?||Paola D’Orazio|
|Sep 2021||Policy Brief||No 186||Prudential responses to COVID-19 in G20 countries: a missed opportunity to enhance "green" financial policy and regulations?||Paola D’Orazio|
|Jul 2020||Policy Note||No 182||Europe’s answer to Libra – potential and prerequisites of a programmable euro||Andreas Krautscheid, Tobias Tenner, Siegfried Utzig|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 149||A diverse monetary union creates invisible transfers that justify conditional solidarity||Enrico Perotti and Oscar Soons|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 148||Reflections on the health and financial crisis||Jacques de Larosière|
|Mar 2020||Policy Note||No 145||A “European Capitalization and Development Fund” (ECDF) to facilitate Europe’s post-corona recovery||Ernest Gnan|
|Feb 2020||Policy Note||No 132||The European Banking Union||Margarita Delgado|
|Nov 2019||Policy Note||No 116||Following “Libra” German banks say: The economy needs a programmable digital euro||Andreas Krautscheid, Tobias Tenner, Siegfried Utzig|
|Jul 2019||Policy Note||No 83||Global economic governance at a crossroads||Carlo Monticelli|
|Jun 2019||Policy Note||No 79||Financial aspects of Brexit||Thomas Url|
|Jun 2019||Policy Note||No 78||Central banks are too risk averse as investors||Massimiliano Castelli, Stefan Gerlach|
|Dec 2016||Policy Note||No 9||Two turbulent centuries: Lessons from Austria’s monetary policy, 1816-2016||Ernest Gnan, Clemens Jobst|
|May 2016||Policy Note||No 7||Ten Myths in the Brexit Debate||David T. Llewellyn|
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