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Progress report on the European Banking Union

Europe’s Banking Union has not achieved its goals but has benefited the Eurozone’s banking sector in unexpected ways.

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The ECB’s new inflation strategy

New research on euro area inflation expectations under the old inflation strategy. Will the new targeting fare better?

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On the Eurozone debt

The fear of high public debt is back in Europe.

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Should debt held by the ECB be canceled?

…in case you have missed the debate!

Eurozone

Revisiting EU’s fiscal framework

EU fiscal rules have been suspended but when they will be reinstated, by the end of 2021, EU countries will have high levels of debt. Brand new research on how these rules could be modified.

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The EU Recovery Fund: a Hamiltonian or Rooseveltian moment?

Some interesting commentary on the importance of European Union Recovery Fund.

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The search for a euro area safe asset

New research on a E-bonds model and an evaluation of the four current approaches to creating a euro safe asset.

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Looking back at the Irish and Greek crises

Ten years after the Irish and Greek crises, what have we learned.

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The euro turns 20

Some interesting opinions on euro’s 20th anniversary.

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On the “gilets jaunes”

Olivier Blanchard and Simone Tagliapietra and Georg Zachmann, of Bruegel, opine about the possible factors that could have given rise to the “gilets jaunes” movement.

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