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|Oct 2022||Policy Brief||No 454||Augmented credit-to-GDP gap as a more reliable indicator for macroprudential policy decision-making||Tihana Škrinjarić|
|Aug 2022||Policy Note||No 284||The design of a data governance system||Siddharth Tiwari, Sharad Sharma, Siddharth Shetty, Frank Packer|
|Jun 2022||Policy Brief||No 353||How Bad Can Financial Crises Be? A GDP Tail Risk Assessment for Portugal||Ivan De Lorenzo Buratta, Marina Feliciano, Duarte Maia|
|Feb 2022||Policy Brief||No 281||GDP-linked bonds and the fear of ambiguity||Deniz Igan, Taehoon Kim, Antoine Levy|
|May 2021||Policy Brief||No 98||Detecting turning point in the Danish economy in real time – nowcasting in Danmarks Nationalbank during the covid-19 crisis||Jesper Pedersen|
|May 2021||Policy Brief||No 86||The Bewildering Effects of COVID-19 and Other Recessions on Forecast Accuracy Measurements||Boriss Siliverstovs|
|Apr 2021||Policy Brief||No 83||Zero Covid: fewer deaths and much less contraction in GDP||Cécile Philippe, Nicolas Marques|
|Apr 2021||Policy Note||No 233||How should the COVID restrictions in England be eased?||David K. Miles, Adrian H Heald, Michael Stedman|
|Mar 2021||Policy Note||No 227||Scarring in Europe||Reza Moghadam, Markus Guetschow, Camille White|
|Feb 2021||Policy Note||No 224||Vaccination delay to cost Europe EUR90bn in 2021||Ludovic Subran, Ana Boata, Patrick Krizan, Katharina Utermöhl|
|Feb 2021||Policy Brief||No 43||Nowcasting world GDP growth with high-frequency data||Caroline Jardet, Baptiste Meunier|
|Oct 2020||Policy Note||No 203||Tracking Covid: What Worked?||Markus Guetschow|
|Oct 2020||Policy Brief||No 31||Monitoring economic activity in times of Covid-19: moving up to higher frequency||Barbara Castelletti, Marie Delorme, Pavel Diev, Yannick Kalantzis, Antoine Lalliard, Matteo Mogliani|
|May 2020||Policy Note||No 162||How large is the coronavirus macro shock? Putting the near-term record-breaking shock in the long-term context||Elga Bartsch, Jean Boivin, Philipp Hildebrand|
|Apr 2020||Policy Brief||No 4||How the economy will recover from the Corona shock||Jörg Krämer and Bernd Weidensteiner|
|Mar 2017||Policy Note||No 11||Completing the architecture of the Euro||Lorenzo Bini Smaghi|