Arpad Abraham, Joao Brogueira de Sousa, 26 November 2018

Arpad Abraham and Joao Brogueira of the European University Institute discuss their work for ADEMU on an unemployment insurance scheme for the euro area.

Nauro Campos, 22 May 2014

As Europe heads towards Parliamentary elections, this Vox Views interview looks at the economic benefits of EU membership. On average, European countries are 12% richer a decade after they join the EU. The UK is 24% better off since joining in 1973. The interview was recorded at the Royal Economic Society annual conference at Manchester University in April 2014.

Viral Acharya, Richard Portes, Richard Reid, 03 July 2013

Many central banks have recently employed unprecedented expansionary monetary policy, keeping interest rates at near-zero levels for an extended period of time. Quantitative easing interventions have been employed to affect asset prices directly, most notably in government-bond and mortgage markets, in order to keep sovereign and mortgage borrowing costs low. CEPR recently organised a conference to discuss existing theory and empirical evidence on the implications of an extended phase of unconventional monetary policy. This short column outlines the key issues and also includes a Vox Views video summary of the event.

Charles Wyplosz, 14 October 2013

Exiting from unconventional monetary policies is a key challenge facing policymakers in advanced nations and a key worry for everyone else. This column introduces the new 'Geneva Report' on the subject, Exit Strategies, by Alan Blinder, Thomas Jordan, Donald Kohn and Frederic Mishkin. The report considers what the post-exit world will look like, how we can get there and the long-run impact on central banking.


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