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|Aug 2023||Policy Brief||No 655||Building Central Bank Credibility: The Role of Forecast Performance||Michael McMahon, Ryan Rholes|
|Jun 2023||Policy Brief||No 599||Measuring the Temporal Dimension of Text: An Application to Policymaker Speeches||David Byrne, Robert Goodhead, Michael McMahon, Conor Parle|
|Feb 2023||Policy Brief||No 528||Federal Reserve Speeches Meet Transformer Models||Christoph Bertsch, Isaiah Hull, Robin L. Lumsdaine, Xin Zhang|
|Dec 2022||Policy Brief||No 496||New Frontiers in Monetary Policy Communication: Discovering Central Bank Tweeting||Donato Masciandaro, Oana Peia, Davide Romelli|
|Dec 2022||Policy Brief||No 480||Quantitative forward guidance through interest rate projections||Boris Hofmann, Dora Xia|
|Nov 2022||Policy Brief||No 459||Central Bank Communication with the General Public: Challenging, Yet Worthwhile||Alan S. Blinder, Michael Ehrmann, Jakob de Haan, David-Jan Jansen|
|Oct 2022||Policy Brief||No 447||Does the European Central Bank speak differently when in parliament? A comparative textual analysis of the European Central Bank’s speeches in the European Parliament and in press conferences||Nicolò Fraccaroli, Alessandro Giovannini, Jean-François Jamet, Eric Persson|
|Aug 2022||Policy Brief||No 390||Dissent in the ECB’s Governing Council Increases Households’ Inflation Uncertainty||Moritz Grebe, Peter Tillmann|
|Jul 2022||Policy Brief||No 365||Subjective inflation expectations of households and firms||Michael Weber|
|Mar 2022||Policy Brief||No 306||ECB Communication and its Impact on Financial Markets||Klodiana Istrefi, Florens Odendahl, Giulia Sestieri|
|Nov 2021||Policy Brief||No 232||Central banks on social media – the reception of ECB communication among experts and non-experts on Twitter||Michael Ehrmann, Alena Wabitsch|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 211||Technical barriers to trade play the most important role in trade of goods in information and communications technology||Mahdi Ghodsi|
|Sep 2021||Policy Brief||No 176||Does the ECB’s monetary policy react to the balance of risks?||Philippine Cour-Thimann, Alexander Jung|
|Aug 2021||Policy Brief||No 153||What’s the Message? Interpreting Monetary Policy Through Central Bankers’ Speeches||Martin Feldkircher, Paul Hofmarcher, Pierre Siklos|
|Jul 2021||Policy Note||No 249||Gender, women economic concerns and monetary policy decision-making||Sylvie Goulard|
|Jun 2021||Policy Brief||No 119||Six ways to bring inflation (expectations) up||Ernest Gnan|
|Apr 2021||Policy Brief||No 80||Fed’s financial stability concerns and monetary policy||Klodiana Istrefi, Florens Odendahl, Giulia Sestieri|
|Mar 2021||Policy Brief||No 57||Central bank communication with the general public: effective or not?||Nils Brouwer, Jakob de Haan|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 147||Does It Fit? Tweeting on Monetary Policy and Central Bank Communication||Donato Masciandaro, Davide Romelli, Gaia Rubera|