24 March 2023
24 March 2023
22 March 2023
From past to present crises - what has the EU learned? What does it still need to learn?
22 February 2023
At this invitation-only event Mojmir Hampl discussed macroeconomic trends in Czechia.
15 February 2023
Should the EU play a greater role as a provider of public goods?
10 February 2023
Since fiscal discipline is essential for euro stability, any new governance framework must minimize the risk of cross-border negative spillovers.
17 January 2023
22 December 2022
A sufficient supply of safe assets denominated in euros is critical if the European Union is to achieve a full banking and capital markets union.
09 December 2022
30 November 2022
The European Commission’s proposal for reforming the EU fiscal rules is far-reaching, but its shortcomings need to be addressed.
22 November 2022
Reviewing the European Commission’s proposal for reforming the Stability and Growth Pact.
15 November 2022
The RRF has great potential to become an instrument for ‘insuring’ EU countries against common shocks.
10 November 2022
How should EU fiscal rules be reformed to better address current economic realities?
27 October 2022
EU countries seem to be converging on a set of reform objectives. But can these be jointly satisfied? Two recent proposals offer some hope.
12 August 2022
This paper compares debt-for-climate swaps to alternative fiscal support instruments.
12 July 2022
06 July 2022
Tackling inflation requires monetary and fiscal policy tightening. It should be done quickly to avoid building up inflationary inertia & stagflation