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In the opinion of many economists, the monetary policy of the European Central Bank (ECB) is too expansionary. Also interest rates rules such as the...

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The IMFS Newsletter presents the newest features of the Macroeconomic Model Data Base (MMB), an open platform with now 128 models, contains the...

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In an opinion piece in the Greek newspaper "Kathimerini", Prof. Michael Haliassos asks the Greek government to proceed with economic reforms even...

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According to the Kronberger Kreis, laying the foundations for competitiveness and innovation is the best way for the European Union to face Chinese...

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Since the financial crisis, macroeconomic models have made enormous progress. In a paper published in the new “Oxford Handbook of the Economics of...

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Prof. Volker Wieland has been awarded with the 2019 prize of the Monetary Workshop in recognition of his research regarding monetary economics. In...

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What is the nature of central banking, and when and where in history can the first central banks be identified? In his IMFS Working Lunch on May 8,...

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According to Volker Wieland, the European Central Bank (ECB) has missed the opportunity for a turnaround in monetary policy. At its April meeting, the...

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One year ago, Professor Dr. Alexander Meyer-Gohde assumed the newly formed Chair of Financial Markets and Macroeconomics at the IMFS. His research...

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Since the financial crisis of 2008, the world’s major central banks have been struggling to return their economies to higher growth and to reach their...

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