Laurence Ball, Joseph Gagnon, Patrick Honohan, Signe Krogstrup 02 September 2016

The latest Geneva Report on the World Economy argues that central banks can do more to stimulate economies and restore full employment when nominal interest rates are near zero. Quantitative easing and negative interest rates have had beneficial effects so far and can be used more aggressively, and the lower bound constraint can be mitigated by modestly raising inflation targets.    

Richard Baldwin 01 August 2016

The June 2016 Brexit referendum saw British voters reject membership of the European Union. Now that a decision has been made, it is time to look forward and find the best solutions for the future of both the UK and the EU. This VoxEU eBook regroups the views of more than a dozen leading economists and specialists on a broad range of issues, from various perspectives.

Giancarlo Corsetti, Lars Feld, Ralph Koijen, Lucrezia Reichlin, Ricardo Reis, Hélène Rey, Beatrice Weder di Mauro 25 May 2016

In this second report in the Monitoring the Eurozone series, the authors propose a package of institutional changes that can help to restore growth and prosperity to the Eurozone, whilst at the same time being politically feasible. 

Ron Anderson 09 May 2016

This CEPR Press eBook presents the perspectives of policymakers, stress test designers and academics on the remarkable development of stress testing, a tool which ten years ago was little known but has now emerged as a major component of the supervisory toolkit. 

Christian Keuschnigg 22 March 2016

This CEPR Press eBook argues that firms must implement more risky innovations as the economy approaches the technological frontier. The five contributions, from leading economists in the field, suggest that priority should be given to research, selection of firms, and reducing frictions. 

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