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|Dec 2022||Policy Brief||No 482||Shipping freight rates and inflation in the Euro Area||Nektarios A. Michail, Konstantinos D. Melas, Lena T. Cleanthous|
|Nov 2022||Policy Brief||No 477||Foreign demand shocks to production networks: Firm responses and worker impacts||Emmanuel Dhyne, Ken Kikkawa, Toshiaki Komatsu, Magne Mogstad, Felix Tintelnot|
|Oct 2022||Policy Note||No 291||Monetary policy and inflation: recent developments||Ignazio Visco|
|Oct 2022||Policy Brief||No 437||Is a global factor driving bond yields lately?||Mattia Girotti, Guillaume Horny, Adrian Penalver, Anna Petronevich|
|Sep 2022||Policy Note||No 287||Monetary policy and the Great Volatility||Isabel Schnabel|
|Jun 2022||Policy Brief||No 346||How do firms respond to demand and supply shocks?||Michał Gradzewicz|
|May 2022||Policy Brief||No 338||Mortgage debt relief after economic shocks: lessons from the pandemic||Edward Gaffney, Fergal McCann, Johannes Stroebel|
|May 2022||Policy Brief||No 335||Macroeconomic Implications and Differences of Oil and Gas Price Shocks||Thomas Zörner, Nico Petz|
|May 2022||Policy Brief||No 324||Uncertainty shocks and the monetary-macroprudential policy mix||Valeriu Nalban, Andra Smădu|
|Apr 2022||Policy Note||No 273||The return of inflation||Agustín Carstens|
|Mar 2022||Policy Note||No 270||Will the supply-driven oil price shock unanchor inflation expectations?||Matthew Luzzetti, Brett Ryan, Justin Weidner, Amy Yang|
|Nov 2021||Policy Brief||No 219||How do banks propagate economic shocks?||Yusuf Emre Akgündüz, Seyit Mümin Cılasun, H. Özlem Dursun-de Neef, Yavuz Selim Hacıhasanoğlu, İbrahim Yarba|
|Aug 2021||Policy Brief||No 164||Banks Fearing the Drought? Liquidity Hoarding as a Response to Idiosyncratic Interbank Funding Dry-Ups||Helge C.N. Littke, Matias Ossandon Busch|
|Jul 2021||Policy Brief||No 137||Euro area equity risk premia and monetary policy||Daniel Kapp, Kristian Loft Kristiansen|
|Jun 2021||Policy Brief||No 99||Stress-testing CESEE borrowers in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic||Aleksandra Riedl|
|Sep 2020||Policy Brief||No 28||Limits and pitfalls of QE in emerging markets||Daniel Daianu|
|May 2020||Policy Note||No 170||International inflation co-movements||Philip R. Lane|
|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|
|Sep 2019||Policy Note||No 97||Strengthened EU fiscal framework: fiscal discipline versus economic stabilization||Bernhard Grossmann, Gottfried Haber|
|Nov 2017||Policy Note||No 21||Risk sharing in EMU: key insights from a literature review||Demosthenes Ioannou, David Schäfer|