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|Aug 2022||Policy Brief||No 394||Flexibility in Asset Purchases: A Structural Analysis||James Costain, Galo Nuño, Carlos Thomas|
|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 374||When Are “Inflation Expectations” Inflation Expectations? New Evidence From Business Surveys||Brent H. Meyer, Xuguang Simon Sheng|
|Mar 2022||Policy Brief||No 303||Rising rent burdens following distorting investment incentives – The effects of rent controls in Germany||Vera Baye, Valeriya Dinger|
|Feb 2022||Policy Brief||No 280||Are complex banking groups riskier?||Isabel Argimón, María Rodríguez-Moreno|
|Feb 2022||Policy Brief||No 271||Including inflation expectations helps to improve inflation forecasts of econometric models||Marta Bańbura, Danilo Leiva-León, Jan-Oliver Menz|
|Nov 2021||Policy Brief||No 216||Employment Composition Matters for the slope of the Phillips Curve||Daniele Siena, Riccardo Zago|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 207||The Rise in Foreign Currency Bonds: The Role of US Monetary Policy and Capital Controls||Philippe Bacchetta, Rachel Cordonier, Ouarda Merrouche|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 204||Combining negative rates, forward guidance and asset purchases: Identification and impacts of the ECB’s unconventional policies||Massimo Rostagno, Carlo Altavilla, Giacomo Carboni, Wolfgang Lemke, Roberto Motto, Arthur Saint Guilhem|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 193||The effect of Eurosystem asset purchase programmes on euro area sovereign bond yields during the COVID-19 pandemic||George Hondroyiannis, Dimitrios Papaoikonomou|
|Sep 2021||Policy Brief||No 184||Frozen markets: Iceland’s experience with capital controls||Francis Breedon, Thórarinn G. Pétursson, Paolo Vitale|
|Jun 2021||Policy Brief||No 106||What consumption habits tell us about the joint dynamics of government bond yields and stock prices internationally||Thomas Nitschka, Shajivan Satkurunathan|
|Feb 2021||Policy Brief||No 50||The rise of digital watchers||Till Ebner, Thomas Nellen, Jörn Tenhofen|
|Feb 2021||Policy Brief||No 49||Should developed economies manage international capital flows? An empirical and welfare analysis||Dennis Bonam, Gavin Goy, Emmanuel de Veirman|
|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 2019||Policy Note||No 69||The post-crisis Phillips Curve and its policy implications: cumulative wage gap matters for inflation||Liviu Voinea|
|Feb 2018||Policy Note||No 27||Euro area quantitative easing: Large volumes, small impact?||Daniel Gros|