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|May 2023||Policy Brief||No 595||Don’t blame the government!? An assessment of debt forecast errors with a view to the Economic Governance Review||Alena Bachleitner, Doris Prammer|
|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 Note||No 297||Risk reduction vs risk sharing: A sticking point in the ongoing review of the EU fiscal framework?||Martin Larch, Matthias Busse, Mateja Gabrijelcic, Laszlo Jankovics, Janis Malzubris|
|Jun 2022||Policy Brief||No 360||On the psychology of inflation and its implications||Pascal Blanqué|
|Jan 2022||Policy Brief||No 267||Pledge or pretext? Lessons from the Fiscal Compact||Martin Larch, Matthias Busse, László Jankovics|
|Jan 2022||Policy Brief||No 264||Why disinflation can be more costly in a small open economy than in a closed economy||Oleksandr Faryna, Magnus Jonsson, Nadiia Shapovalenko|
|Jan 2022||Policy Brief||No 262||Choosing the European fiscal rule||Ginters Bušs, Patrick Grüning, Oļegs Tkačevs|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 203||The reform of the EU’s fiscal governance framework in a new macroeconomic environment||Mario Alloza, Javier Andrés, Pablo Burriel, Iván Kataryniuk, Javier J. Pérez, Juan Luis Vega|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 192||Optimal Robust Monetary Policy with Parameters and Output Gap Uncertainty||Adriana Grasso, Guido Traficante|
|Jul 2021||Policy Brief||No 136||What does “below, but close to, two per cent” mean? Assessing the ECB’s reaction function with real time data||Maritta Paloviita, Markus Haavio, Pirkka Jalasjoki, Juha Kilponen|
|Jun 2021||Policy Brief||No 105||Monetary policy space and monetary policy strategies for the euro area||Markus Haavio, Olli-Matti Laine|
|Sep 2020||Policy Note||No 192||A rule-based monetary strategy for the European Central Bank: a call for monetary stability||Juan E. Castañeda|
|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 Note||No 167||Services are the next – and fast approaching – frontier of global trade and financial services is a sector leading the way||Robert Koopman|
|Mar 2020||Policy Note||No 138||Euro Area Economics: Greenflation?||Jacob Nell, Joao Almeida, Markus Guetschow|
|Nov 2019||Policy Note||No 111||Reforming the Stability and Growth Pact: Striving for sustainability while offering room for manoeuvre||Karsten Wendorff|
|Sep 2019||Policy Note||No 97||Strengthened EU fiscal framework: fiscal discipline versus economic stabilization||Bernhard Grossmann, Gottfried Haber|
|Mar 2019||Policy Note||No 60||Fiscal Rules||Vitor Gaspar, David Amaglobeli|
|Apr 2018||Policy Note||No 30||In the euro area, discipline is of the essence, but risk-sharing is no less important||Daniel Daianu|
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