The Bank of England hosted the EABCN Discussion Meeting on Monday 28 September, where Professor Kristin Forbes presented a keynote speech on "Rethinking the Link Between Exchange Rates and Inflation: Misperceptions and New Approaches"
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Robert Gibbons (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), along with co-authors Daniel Barron (Northwester University), Ricard Gil (John Hopkins University) and Kevin J. Murphy (University of Southern California) received a €3,000 prize for their paper "Relational Adaptation under Reel Authority". The Deutsche Bahn Prize for Outstanding Research in Organisation and Management was awarded during the fourth CEPR Workshop on Incentives, Organisation, and Management, which took place at INSEAD, Fontainebleau on the 24-25th of September.
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There is not yet a consensus on what more needs to be done in order to cope with the Eurozone Crisis. This new Vox eBook concerns the causes and possible solutions to the problem. In it, the authors highlight three ultimate causes for the Crisis. First, policy failures allowed the imbalances to become very large. A second cause is the lack of institutions to absorb shocks at the EZ level. The third one is crisis mismanagement.
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