SUERF Policy Notes (SPNs) focus on current financial, monetary or economic issues, designed for policy makers and financial practitioners, authored by renowned experts.
SUERF Policy Briefs (SPBs) serve to promote SUERF Members’ economic views and research findings as well as economic policy-oriented analyses. They address topical issues and propose solutions to current economic and financial challenges.
|May 2020||Policy Note||No 170||International inflation co-movements||Philip R. Lane|
|May 2020||Policy Note||No 169||Making banking integration work for better risk sharing in the eurozone: the role of cross-border banking consolidation||Mathias Hoffmann|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 155||The range of different opinions and moods in Germany on collective ‘corona bonds’||Ingobert Waltenberger|
|Mar 2020||Policy Note||No 145||A “European Capitalization and Development Fund” (ECDF) to facilitate Europe’s post-corona recovery||Ernest Gnan|
|Jan 2020||Policy Note||No 127||Europe’s role in the global financial system||Luis de Guindos|
|Sep 2019||Policy Note||No 103||Non-banks in the EU: ensuring a smooth transition to a Capital Markets Union||Fatima Pires|
|Sep 2019||Policy Note||No 96||Reconciling risk sharing with market discipline: A constructive approach to euro area reform||Isabel Schnabel|
|Jun 2019||Policy Note||No 75||The future of financial stability: Maintaining effectiveness while reducing complexity||Andreas Ittner|
|Jan 2018||Policy Note||No 23||The occasional importance of the current account in an era of a global savings glut||Jesper Berg, Steffen Lind|
|Nov 2017||Policy Note||No 21||Risk sharing in EMU: key insights from a literature review||Demosthenes Ioannou, David Schäfer|
|May 2016||Policy Note||No 7||Ten Myths in the Brexit Debate||David T. Llewellyn|
|Oct 2015||Policy Note||No 2||Modigliani–Miller, Basel 3 and CRD 4||Morten Balling|