Stephen Cecchetti, Kim Schoenholtz, 11 January 2018

The likelihood of another crisis-induced plunge in GDP is much lower today than it was a decade ago, but we are still at an early stage of building a financial stability policy framework that corresponds to the inflation-targeting framework that forms the basis for monetary policy. This column describes a step forward in developing such framework – the concept and measurement of GDP at risk, which helps us to understand the linkages between the financial sector and the real economy at an aggregate level.

The Editors, 09 November 2010

In preparation for this week’s meeting of the G20, CEPR recently held a major conference on financial regulation – The Future of Regulatory Reform – bringing together senior policymakers, leading academics and industry practitioners. This column presents a report and video highlighting some of the speakers’ key recommendations.

Bob Denham, 09 November 2010

An executive summary and video from the recent CEPR conference on regulatory reform which brought together leading academics, regulators and practitioners from Europe and around the world to take stock of reforms to date and to consider the challenges and difficulties that remain.

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