Blogs&Reviews

  • The ECB’s tools: Transparency is needed

    Lucrezia Reichlin, Klaus Adam, Warwick J. McKibbin, Michael McMahon, Ricardo Reis, Giovanni Ricco, Beatrice Weder di Mauro, 03 December 2021

    This blog replies to Rafael Repullo’s comment on CEPR's recent report on the ECB. The authors clarify that there is little to no disagreement. Most of what is in the comment coincides with what is in the report, using different words. Where disagreements exist, they reflect different views on the importance of transparency in communication of both strategy and future policy.

  • Rafael Repullo comments on some recommendations and statements on the tools of monetary policy at the ECB from the recent CEPR report on the central bank's strategy.

  • A primer on (UK) inflation

    David Blanchflower, 15 November 2021

    David Blanchflower explains why it is most likely the jump in inflation in the UK will dissipate

  • Bundesbank - ready for change?

    Thorsten Beck, 30 October 2021

    Thorsten Beck discusses the appointment of a new president of the Bundesbank

Other Recent Blogs&Reviews:

  • William A. Allen, Jagjit Chadha, Philip Turner, 23 October 2021

    William Allen, Jagjit Chadha and Philip Turner propose reform for both sides of the central bank balance sheet in a manner that will prepare the ground for the contraction of quantitative easing and which does not expose the central bank to excessive risk

  • Cristina Caffarra, 03 September 2021

    Cristina Caffarra discusses why current proposals for digital platform regulation are not going to get us far.

  • Cristina Caffarra, Gregory Crawford, Johnny Ryan, 22 April 2021

    Cristina Caffarra, Gregory Crawford and Johnny Ryan make the case that (lack of) privacy is an (often unobservable) price of using digital platforms, and that (lack of) privacy facilitates mainstream antitrust harms such as exploitation and foreclosure by dominant digital platforms.

  • Shafik Hebous, 07 April 2021

    Shafik Hebous admires how Michael Keen and Joel Slemrod draw out common threads of tax principles and practice that have underlain tax systems for thousands of years to show us why polices were chosen, and why they failed or prevailed.

  • Thorvaldur Gylfason, 31 March 2021

    Thorvaldur Gylfason argues that unless Iceland's Parliament confronts the country's oligarchs and respects the will of the people by ratifying the new constitution designed to reverse the retreat of age-old democracy, it risks becoming a failed state.

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