Blogs&Reviews

  • A New Era for Europe

    Carlo Carraro, Benoît Cœuré, Otilia Dhand, Barry Eichengreen, Melinda Mills, Hélène Rey, André Sapir, Daniela Schwarzer, 01 March 2022

    A new report summarises the findings of the High-Level Group on post-COVID Economic and Social Challenges and makes recommendations to help secure the best outcome for the EU

  • Simon Evenett presents evidence that casts doubt on the extent to which EU, UK, and US commercial policies have supported Ukrainian export growth since the annexation of Crimea in 2014

  • Linking climate and social justice makes both harder

    Don Fullerton, Arik Levinson, 15 February 2022

    Don Fullerton and Arik Levinson argue that the current fashion of combining laudable goals like slowing climate change and correcting social inequalities can make each goal more difficult to achieve.

  • The effects of the ECB’s new inflation target on private households’ inflation expectations

    Mathias Hoffmann, Emanuel Moench, Lora Pavlova, Guido Schultefrankenfeld, 20 December 2021

    New survey results from the Bundesbank Online Panel Households (BOP-HH) show that the ECB's new inflation target is associated with moderately higher inflation expectations for the next two to three years. 

Other Recent Blogs&Reviews:

  • Joshua P. Meltzer, 20 May 2020

    As the US heads into recession, Joshua Meltzer argues that what US trade policy should be and how the country can lead again on trade is a debate we need to have.

  • John Cochrane, 16 May 2020

    John Coltrane hopes the model of scientific publications inspires economics journal editors to action.

  • Cristina Caffarra, Gregory Crawford, Tommaso Valletti, 11 May 2020

    Cristina Caffarra, Gregory Crawford and Tommaso Valletti argue that concerns about the impact on potential future competition of mergers between acquisitive platforms and small players are broader than ‘killer acquisitions’; they include ‘reverse killer acquisitions’ as well.

  • Andreas Georgiou, 23 April 2020

    Andreas Georgiou argues that the response to the Covid-19 pandemic is the latest example of the failure of the EU to deliver one of the most the most basic raisons d’ être of a union of states, namely, the effective provision of union-level public goods. 

  • Thorvaldur Gylfason, Arne Jon Isachsen, 22 April 2020

    Thorvaldur Gylfason and Arne Jon Isachsen ask why some countries have suffered more severe outbreaks of Covid-19 than others.

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