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International Economics

Patterns in international trade

Can information frictions boost trade? Are global value chains receding? Are trade relationships long lasting?

Macro

A New Normal for Interest Rates?

New research on the global trends in interest rates.

Climate

Green bonds and the ECB

Commentary on how the ECB could stimulate the financing of environmental investments.

Banking

Connectedness

Has connectedness within the banking sector increased or decreased?

Inequality

On gender inequality

Gender inequality and fiscal policy. Are children still negatively impacting women’s earnings?

Books

New and noteworthy books in economics (February)

Rajan on markets and communities; Roos on the merits of default; Monnet on controlling credit and Baldwin on Globotics.

Economic Science

A new initiative for economists

After the creation of the UK-based “Rebuilding Macroeconomics” network, a new US-based initiative called “Economics for Inclusive Prosperity” has recently been launched.

Brexit

Brexit roundup

A roundup of the latest commentaries and research on Brexit.

Monetary Policy

Currency competition

Can competing currencies destabilize monetary policy?

Macro

A new and improved Phillips curve!

What is the expectations-augmented Phillips curve predicting about inflation in advanced economies.

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