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|Nov 2023||Policy Brief||No 734||Macroprudential stance assessment: problems of measurement and literature review||Tihana Škrinjarić|
|Oct 2023||Policy Brief||No 695||Including Carbon Taxation Risk in Deutsche Bundesbank’s In-house Credit Assessment System (ICAS): An Empirical Analysis||Justus Grundmann, Laura Auria|
|Mar 2023||Policy Brief||No 554||The impact of the war in Ukraine on energy prices: consequences for firms’ financial performance||Fabrizio Ferriani, Andrea Gazzani|
|Dec 2022||Policy Brief||No 489||The impact of portfolio-based green monetary policy||Raphael Abiry, Marien Ferdinandusse, Alexander Ludwig, Carolin Nerlich|
|Dec 2022||Policy Brief||No 487||Pricing of green bonds – drivers and dynamics of the greenium||Allegra Pietsch, Dilyara Salakhova|
|Nov 2022||Policy Brief||No 466||Price-at-risk: systemic risk from price-impact induced contagion||Gábor Fukker, Michiel Kaijser, Luca Mingarelli, Matthias Sydow|
|Sep 2022||Policy Brief||No 432||Objectified Housing Sales and Rent Prices in Representative Household Surveys: the Impact on Macroeconomic Statistics||M. Denisa Naidin, Sofie R. Waltl, Michael H. Ziegelmeyer|
|Jul 2022||Policy Brief||No 385||Wake-Up Call Contagion||Toni Ahnert, Christoph Bertsch|
|Mar 2022||Policy Brief||No 297||Central banks’ in-house credit assessment systems – supporting the Eurosystem’s response to the pandemic and its climate change action plan||Aviram Levy, Florian Resch, Anna Maria Rossi, Stephan Sauer|
|Mar 2022||Policy Brief||No 285||Why the impact of the health crisis in 2020 was uneven across the euro area economies?||Ángel Luis Gómez, Ana del Río|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 194||The impact of COVID-19 on analysts’ sentiment about the banking sector||Alicia Aguilar, Diego Torres|
|Aug 2021||Policy Brief||No 156||More aware societies suffered less from Covid-19||Alejandro Buesa, Javier J. Pérez, Daniel Santabárbara|
|Jun 2021||Policy Brief||No 102||Assessing the impact of Basel III: Evidence from macroeconomic models||Olivier de Bandt, Bora Durdu, Hibiki Ichiue, Yasin Mimir, Jolan Mohimont, Kalin Nikolov, Sigrid Röhrs, Jean-Guillaume Sahuc, Valerio Scalone, Michael Straughan|
|Oct 2020||Policy Brief||No 32||More travel warnings are almost like a new lockdown for the hospitality industry||Eric Heymann|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 153||Passive Funds Actively Affect Prices: Evidence from the Largest ETF Markets||Karamfil Todorov|
|Oct 2019||Policy Note||No 106||Banks’ behavioral reactions to Basel III: mostly as intended||Stefan W. Schmitz|
|May 2019||Policy Note||No 70||The impact of Brexit on growth and the public finances||Iain Begg|
|Dec 2018||Policy Note||No 50||Business models in prudential policies||Isabelle Vaillant, Marina Cernov|