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Nauro Campos, Jan-Egbert Sturm 29 May 2018

Economists have discussed extensively what to do to reform the European Project and how, but have been broadly silent on who and when. Which institutions and rules are needed, and when? This eBook shows that such institutional questions, although seldomly raised, are of fundamental importance for the future of European integration.

Dalia Marin 09 May 2018

What explains Germany‘s exceptional recovery from the sick man of Europe in the 1990s to the powerhouse of today? Based on research of leading economists and political scientists in Europe and the US, this eBook explores the conditions leading to Germany’s rise.

Ramon Marimon, Thomas Cooley 01 May 2018

This eBook provides an overview of the findings and proposals of the Horizon 2020 ADEMU research project (June 2015 to May 2018), which aimed at reassessing the fiscal and monetary framework of the European Economic and Monetary Union in the wake of the euro crisis.

Rabah Arezki, Raouf Boucekkine, Jeffrey Frankel, Mohammed Laksaci, Rick van der Ploeg 24 April 2018

After years of high commodity prices, a new era of lower ones, especially for oil, seems likely to persist. The contributions in this eBook assess the exchange rate, monetary and fiscal options available to policymakers seeking to make their economies less susceptible to the vagaries of commodity markets. 

Robert Shiller, Jonathan D. Ostry, James Benford 16 March 2018

In this eBook leading economists, lawyers, and investors examine the case for issuing GDP-linked bonds, the obstacles to market development, ways of overcoming them, and what such a security might look like in practice.

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