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After the meeting of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank at the beginning of June, President Mario Draghi not only announced a cut in...

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In his blog entry on "Markt-Ruf" by the Market Economy Foundation (Stiftung Marktwirtschaft) Prof. Volker Wieland describes the new measures the...

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Although the Cypriot banking system is not in the spotlight at the moment, its problems are far from being solved.

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On Monday, June 23, Prof. Vikrant Vig, new Chair of Financial Economics at the IMFS, gives a talk on "The Limits of Model-Based Regulation",...

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The European Central Bank cut its key financing rate to 0.15% and also reduced the rate on its deposit facility to -0.10%, the first negative rate...

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The state-owned banks are in the focus of the asset quality review along with other big financial institutions.

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In a series about popular economic rules the Swiss "Finanz und Wirtschaft" explains the Taylor Rule.

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Before the next meeting of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) at the beginning of June many ECB watchers expect a whole package...

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The democratic constitutional state gives the central bank a carte blanche in the light of its own inability to deal with technocratic arbitrariness,...

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What are the effects on a country's output growth when it participates in an International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan?

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