In March €-coin fell for the first time since May last year (0.89; 0.96 in February), though it remained around the highest levels recorded since 2006.
CEPR Discussion Papers 25 March 2018
The European Economic Association has annouced that Dr Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, of the Paris School of Economics, has won the 2018 Birgit Grodal Award
Policy Insight 92: Greece’s third economic programme has been relatively successful, but before it can return to private market financing, the country will require more official debt relief. A new CEPR Policy Insight asks how much debt relief is required and how it should be delivered. Any debt relief package for Greece that wishes to avoid shifting the burden of repayment several generations into the future will need to include some degree of face-value debt relief.
CEPR Discussion Papers 18 March 2018
The Board of Trustees of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Beatrice Weder di Mauro as the next President of CEPR. She will take over from the current President, Professor Richard Baldwin, on 1 July 2018.
In a new VoxEU 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.
On behalf of The Bank of Finland's Research Unit (RU), we invite applications for the Visiting Scholars Programme which is designed to enhance research in macroeconomics, monetary policy, financial stability, and markets. Click for more information.
CEPR Discussion Papers 11 March 2018
CEPR Discussion Papers 04 March 2018