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 167||Services are the next – and fast approaching – frontier of global trade and financial services is a sector leading the way||Robert Koopman|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 151||Mother Nature: The gender-climate nexus||Jessica Murray|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 149||A diverse monetary union creates invisible transfers that justify conditional solidarity||Enrico Perotti and Oscar Soons|
|Mar 2020||Policy Note||No 138||Euro Area Economics: Greenflation?||Jacob Nell, Joao Almeida, Markus Guetschow|
|Jan 2020||Policy Note||No 122||TCFD: strengthening the foundations of sustainable finance||Mark Carney|
|Dec 2019||Policy Note||No 120||Investing in Europe’s Competitiveness and Sustainability||Werner Hoyer|
|Jun 2019||Policy Note||No 78||Central banks are too risk averse as investors||Massimiliano Castelli, Stefan Gerlach|
|Apr 2019||Policy Note||No 65||A New Horizon||Mark Carney|
|Mar 2019||Policy Note||No 61||Beyond voluntary disclosure: why a ‘market-shaping’ approach to financial regulation is needed to meet the challenge of climate change||Josh Ryan-Collins|
|Mar 2019||Policy Note||No 59||New Frontiers in the Euro Debate in Iceland||Thorsteinn Thorgeirsson|
|Oct 2018||Policy Note||No 45||A plea for a paradigm shift in financial decision-making in the age of climate change and disruptive technologies||Angela Köppl, Sigrid Stagl|
|Oct 2018||Policy Note||No 43||A Green Supporting Factor — The Right Policy?||Jacob Dankert, Lars van Doorn, Henk Jan Reinders, Olaf Sleijpen|
|Apr 2016||Policy Note||No 5||Some seeming paradoxes or interesting points of Russia’s economy and banking sector||Stephan Barisitz|