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|Mar 2023||Policy Brief||No 534||Modeling Semiconductor Export Restrictions and the US-China Trade Conflict||Michael Funke, Adrian Wende|
|Feb 2023||Policy Note||No 302||Macroprudential policy and real estate funds||Manuel A. Muñoz, Frank Smets|
|Feb 2023||Policy Brief||No 525||FX intervention to stabilize or manipulate the exchange rate? Inference from profitability||Damiano Sandri|
|Feb 2023||Policy Brief||No 524||Highly Dispersed inflation rates challenge the ECB’s monetary policy strategy||Thomas Url|
|Feb 2023||Policy Brief||No 518||ECB Significant-Bank Risk Profile and COVID-19 Crisis Containment Phase: What Approach in the Transitioning Phase?||Bozena Gulija, Costanza Russo, Dalvinder Singh|
|Nov 2022||Policy Note||No 292||The complex task of reforming the EU’s electricity market - Intervention options proposed by the European Commission||Cristian Stet, Pablo Ruiz, Susan Hansen|
|Sep 2022||Policy Brief||No 415||How much foreign currency must a central bank buy to implement a minimum exchange rate? Estimation using the Swiss National Bank as an example||Markus Hertrich|
|Aug 2022||Policy Brief||No 402||To Announce or Not To Announce: Basic Trade-offs in Public Debt Management||Alexander Dentler, Enzo Rossi|
|Jun 2022||Policy Brief||No 341||Economic adjustment in the euro area and the United States during the COVID-19 crisis||Mirko Licchetta, Giovanni Mattozzi, Rafal Raciborski, Rupert Willis|
|Mar 2022||Policy Brief||No 298||Covid-19 government subsidies and their implications for pandemic labour productivity||Tommaso Bighelli, Tibor Lalinsky, Juuso Vanhala|
|Feb 2022||Policy Brief||No 281||GDP-linked bonds and the fear of ambiguity||Deniz Igan, Taehoon Kim, Antoine Levy|
|Dec 2021||Policy Note||No 261||Mortgage and real estate markets: Current developments pose risks to financial stability||Fritz Zurbrügg|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 198||Why did the pass-through from labor cost to price inflation decline in the US?||Elena Bobeica, Matteo Ciccarelli, Isabel Vansteenkiste|
|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|
|May 2021||Policy Note||No 240||What Caused The Resurgence In FDI Screening?||Simon J. Evenett|
|May 2021||Policy Note||No 236||Europe’s growth gap: reconciling Keynes and Schumpeter||François Villeroy de Galhau|
|Dec 2020||Policy Note||No 215||Consequences for banks’ business from COVID-19 and policy responses||Francesco Mazzaferro|
|Apr 2020||Policy Note||No 148||Reflections on the health and financial crisis||Jacques de Larosière|
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