In January €-coin continued to rise, to 0.95 from 0.91 in December, reaching its highest level since June 2000.
CEPR's latest eBook looks at the recent emergence of independent fiscal councils (IFCs) in economies across the world. Due to fiscal policy's political nature, our editors decide whether councils of unelected experts can play a future in a world where democracy is so central to modern governments.
CEPR Discussion Papers 28 January 2018
CEPR always offers one of its latest Discussion Papers free for download. The newest free paper is "Are CEOs More Likely to Be First-Borns?" by Claudia Custodio and Stephan Siegel.
CEPR Discussion Papers 21 January 2018
The policy insight, which looks at a potential Franco-German consensus on the euro area, was widely covered in the media after its release on 17 January.
CEPR's latest policy insight "Reconciling risk sharing with market discipline: A constructive approach to euro area reform" recommends a consensus view from Franco-German economists on the direction of the euro area and its fiscal policies.
CEPR Discussion Papers 14 January 2018
CEPR Discussion Papers 7 January 2018
CEPR Trustee Diane Coyle and CEPR Fellow Timothy Besley have been knighted in recognition of their services to economics and public policy.

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