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|Nov 2022||Policy Brief||No 469||The safe asset potential of EU-issued bonds||Tilman Bletzinger, William Greif, Bernd Schwaab|
|Aug 2022||Policy Brief||No 402||To Announce or Not To Announce: Basic Trade-offs in Public Debt Management||Alexander Dentler, Enzo Rossi|
|Jun 2022||Policy Brief||No 356||How much is too much? Assessing the non-linear relationship between debt and sovereign creditworthiness||Sanne Zwart|
|Feb 2022||Policy Brief||No 281||GDP-linked bonds and the fear of ambiguity||Deniz Igan, Taehoon Kim, Antoine Levy|
|Jan 2022||Policy Brief||No 262||Choosing the European fiscal rule||Ginters Bušs, Patrick Grüning, Oļegs Tkačevs|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 202||Revisiting the link between government debt and sovereign interest rates in the euro area||Stéphanie Pamies, Nicolas Carnot, Anda Pătărău|
|Jan 2021||Policy Note||No 218||Interest rate-growth differentials on government debt: an empirical investigation for the euro area||Cristina Checherita-Westphal and João Domingues Semeano|
|Oct 2020||Policy Note||No 198||The shadow of fiscal dominance: Misconceptions, perceptions and perspectives||Isabel Schnabel|
|Aug 2020||Policy Note||No 186||European Recovery Fund: Sceptics Q&A||Reza Moghadam, Jacob Nell, Joao Almeida, Bruna Skarica, Markus Guetschow|
|Jul 2020||Policy Note||No 181||A sensible fiscal policy for the sharp rise in government debt||Forrest Capie, Meyrick Chapman, Chris Marsh, Geoffrey Wood|
|Jun 2020||Policy Note||No 173||A first look at fiscal dynamics in the Euro area after COVID-19: the case for a shift in the fiscal governance system||Marco Protopapa|
|May 2020||Policy Brief||No 5||An EU Recovery Fund: How to square the circle?||Kajus Hagelstam, Alice Zoppè, Cristina Sofia Dias|
|Apr 2020||Policy Brief||No 4||How the economy will recover from the Corona shock||Jörg Krämer and Bernd Weidensteiner|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 156||Navigation tools in the semi-normal corona era||Andy Langenkamp|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 157||The search for the right European Financing Instruments in the Corona Pandemic - ESM Liquidity Assistance versus Corona Bonds||Friedrich Heinemann|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 155||The range of different opinions and moods in Germany on collective ‘corona bonds’||Ingobert Waltenberger|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 148||Reflections on the health and financial crisis||Jacques de Larosière|
|Nov 2019||Policy Note||No 111||Reforming the Stability and Growth Pact: Striving for sustainability while offering room for manoeuvre||Karsten Wendorff|
|Aug 2019||Policy Note||No 88||Mitigating Fiscal Risks from the Financial Sector||Ludger Schuknecht|
|Mar 2019||Policy Note||No 60||Fiscal Rules||Vitor Gaspar, David Amaglobeli|
|May 2018||Policy Note||No 34||Modern financial repression in the euro area crisis: making high public debt sustainable?||Ad van Riet|
|Nov 2017||Policy Note||No 21||Risk sharing in EMU: key insights from a literature review||Demosthenes Ioannou, David Schäfer|