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  • New models for macroeconomic policy

    Published: 11/01/2017
    Recent economic events cast doubt on the standard macroeconomic models. This column looks at new economic models built on the idea that inequality and income risk matter for the business cycle and lon ... Read more
    Source: voxeu.org
  • The future of central bank independence

    Published: 10/01/2017
    Over the past 30 years, most central banks across the advanced economies have been given the ability to conduct monetary policy independently from interference by fiscal and political authorities. The ... Read more
    Source: voxeu.org
  • The causes of mortgage default

    Published: 10/01/2017
    Many studies have addressed the question of why people default on their mortgages, but lack of data has meant that much of this research has omitted the effect of the owner's ability to pay. This colu ... Read more
    Source: voxeu.org
  • ‘Peak trade’ is premature

    Published: 6/01/2017
    It has become consensus to argue that we have approached ‘peak trade’ or the ‘end of globalisation’: that the past five years of stagnant global trade growth are not temporary, but instead reflect per ... Read more
    Source: voxeu.org
  • Impact of taxing temporary job contracts

    Published: 5/01/2017
    Temporary job contracts account for a substantial proportion of the workforce in countries such as France and Spain, but they can result in high job turnover and instability. This column assesses the ... Read more
    Source: voxeu.org
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