Maristella is Professor of Economics at Università Bocconi and a CEPR Fellow.
This lists all the CEPR Discussion Papers uploaded to www.cepr.org in the last week. Clicking on the Discussion Paper number in the list below will take you to the abstract page for that paper and clicking on the PDF link will take you directly to the paper itself if you are a Corporate Member of CEPR, a CEPR Research Fellow or Affiliate or a subscriber to CEPR Discussion Papers.
Interest rates are at historic lows in advanced nations around the world and markets expect them to stay low for years. Written by four world-renowned macroeconomists, the 17th CEPR-ICMB Geneva Report on the World Economy, “Low for Long? Causes and Consequences of Persistently Low Interest Rates”, suggests that real interest rates will eventually return to more normal levels, but in the meantime deflationary traps are more likely, as are financial boom-bust cycles.
Philip, Director of CEPR's International Macroeconomics and Finance Programme, will succeed Patrick Honohan as the Central Bank's Governor.
This lists all the CEPR Discussion Papers uploaded to www.cepr.org in the last week. Clicking on the Discussion Paper number in the list below will take you to the abstract page for that paper and clicking on the PDF link will take you directly to the paper itself if you are a Corporate Member of CEPR, a CEPR Research Fellow or Affiliate or a subscriber to CEPR Discussion Papers.
Edited by Thorsten Beck, the 'Financial Crisis' virtual issue features 11 of the leading papers on the Global Financial and Eurozone crises to have appeared in Economic Policy over the last 5 years.
On October 7 2015 CEPR’s Research Director, Kevin O’Rourke, delivered the prestigious Keynes Lecture at the British Academy for the Humanities and Social Sciences in London. In recent years this Lecture has been delivered by economists such as Chris Pissarides (LSE and CEPR), Timothy Besley (LSE and CEPR) and the 2015 Nobel Prize winner, Angus Deaton (Princeton).
The Centre for Economic Policy Research has moved offices. As of 12 October 2015, the Centre's new address is: CEPR, 2nd Floor, 33 Great Sutton Street, London, EC1V 0DX. During the move, the Centre's servers were temporarily offline. The office is now fully up and running.
This lists all the CEPR Discussion Papers uploaded to www.cepr.org in the last week. Clicking on the Discussion Paper number in the list below will take you to the abstract page for that paper and clicking on the PDF link will take you directly to the paper itself if you are a Corporate Member of CEPR, a CEPR Research Fellow or Affiliate or a subscriber to CEPR Discussion Papers.
This lists all the CEPR Discussion Papers uploaded to www.cepr.org in the last week. Clicking on the Discussion Paper number in the list below will take you to the abstract page for that paper and clicking on the PDF link will take you directly to the paper itself if you are a Corporate Member of CEPR, a CEPR Research Fellow or Affiliate or a subscriber to CEPR Discussion Papers.

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