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|Jun 2022||Policy Brief||No 349||How does financial openness affect inequality?||Stefan Avdjiev, Tsvetana Spasova|
|Dec 2021||Policy Brief||No 251||Have Bail-in Policies Reduced Too-Big-To-Fail Expectations? Evidence from the European Overnight Interbank Market||Eero Tölö, Esa Jokivuolle, Matti Virén|
|Sep 2021||Policy Brief||No 180||Sovereign CDS Volatility as an Indicator of Economic Uncertainty||Maximilian Böck, Martin Feldkircher, Burkhard Raunig|
|May 2021||Policy Note||No 240||What Caused The Resurgence In FDI Screening?||Simon J. Evenett|
|Oct 2020||Policy Note||No 202||Policy revolution||Elga Bartsch, Jean Boivin, Stanley Fischer, Philipp Hildebrand|
|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|
|Oct 2019||Policy Note||No 105||Dealing with the next downturn: From unconventional monetary policy to unprecedented policy coordination||Elga Bartsch, Jean Boivin, Stanley Fischer, Philipp Hildebrand|
|May 2016||Policy Note||No 7||Ten Myths in the Brexit Debate||David T. Llewellyn|
|Oct 2015||Policy Note||No 2||Modigliani–Miller, Basel 3 and CRD 4||Morten Balling|