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Last month 3 months 12 months Total Last month 3 months 12 months Total
Appointements to central bank boards: does gender matter ? 0 0 0 40 0 1 13 61
BEHAVIORAL MONETARY POLICYMAKING: ECONOMICS, POLITICAL ECONOMY AND PSYCHOLOGY 0 3 7 112 3 12 37 83
Banking Supervision and External Autditors: What works best? 1 1 3 24 2 3 12 30
Beyond the Central Bank Independence Veil: New Evidence 1 1 8 54 1 3 28 74
Central Bank Reforms and Institutions 0 0 1 23 1 2 14 18
Central Bankers as Supervisors: Do Crises Matter? 0 0 1 33 0 2 12 66
Current Account and Real Exchange Rate Changes: The Impact of Trade Openness 0 0 1 31 0 1 11 42
Current Account and Real Exchange Rate changes: the Impact of Trade Openness 0 0 1 35 0 4 14 110
Current Account and Real Exchange Rate changes: the impact of trade openness 0 0 0 59 1 3 26 117
Current account and real exchange rate changes: the impact of trade openness 0 0 0 15 0 0 10 55
Did bank lending stifle innovation in Europe during the Great Recession? 0 0 17 17 5 6 14 14
From Silence to Voice: Monetary Policy, Central Bank Governance and Communication 0 0 2 31 1 5 19 61
Gender and Monetary Policymaking: Trends and Drivers 2 2 3 62 6 9 31 131
Optimal Currency Area and European Monetary Membership: Economics and Political Economy 0 1 5 45 0 2 9 37
TWIN PEAKS AND CENTRAL BANKS: ECONOMICS, POLITICAL ECONOMY AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS 0 1 4 35 2 8 18 49
The political economy of reforms in central bank design: evidence from a new dataset 0 5 11 67 3 13 59 145
To Be or not to Be a Euro Country? The Behavioural Political Economics of Currency Unions 1 1 3 42 4 5 21 53
Tweeting on Monetary Policy and Market Sentiments: The Central Bank Surprise Index 3 9 47 47 6 18 45 45
Ups and Downs. Central Bank Independence from the Great Inflation to the Great Recession: Theory, Institutions and Empirics 1 2 9 116 4 9 37 141
Total Working Papers 9 26 123 888 39 106 430 1,332


Journal Article File Downloads Abstract Views
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Appointments to central bank boards: Does gender matter? 0 0 4 14 0 2 26 69
Banking supervision and external auditors: Theory and empirics 0 0 5 5 4 9 30 30
Central bankers as supervisors: Do crises matter? 1 1 11 14 6 11 46 92
Current account and real exchange rate changes: The impact of trade openness 2 3 10 27 5 14 62 139
Dynamic central bank independence indices and inflation rate: A new empirical exploration 0 3 12 130 2 5 53 369
Ups and downs of central bank independence from the Great Inflation to the Great Recession: theory, institutions and empirics 1 1 3 77 2 8 31 194
Total Journal Articles 4 8 45 267 19 49 248 893


Book File Downloads Abstract Views
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Brexit and the implications for financial services 0 1 4 23 3 6 26 95
Central banking and monetary policy: Which will be the post-crisis new normal? Abstract: Central Bankers are currently facing big challenges in designing and implementing monetary policy, as well as with safeguarding financial stability, with the world economy still in the process of digesting the legacy of the crisis. The crisis has changed central banking in many ways: by shifting the focus of monetary policy from fighting too high inflation towards fighting too low inflation; by prompting new ‘experimental’ non-conventional measures, which risk to cause large, long-lasting market distortions and imbalances and which also have more far-reaching distributional consequences than ‘normal, conventional’ monetary policy; and by broadening central banks’ responsibilities particularly in the direction of safeguarding banking stability and financial stability at large. This raises several questions for the future: How long will ultra-easy monetary policies last? What are post-crisis growth trajectories, and how will the natural rate of interest rates evolve? How could an exit from ultra-easy monetary policy and a return towards higher nominal interest rates be eventually managed smoothly? Does ultra-easy monetary policy itself affect the economy in a lasting and structural way? Is the pre-crisis economic paradigm governing monetary policy still valid? If not, in what ways should it be adjusted? Are there any reasonable and practical alternatives? Against this background and given the larger post-crisis range of central banks’ responsibilities: is the current institutionalset-up governing central banks and their relationship to government, Parliament and the financial system still appropriate? What adaptations might be considered? Would they bring an improvement or, on the contrary, a set-back to the unsuccessful policy approaches of the 1960s and 1970s? 0 0 1 24 6 12 32 100
New Challenges in Central Banking:Monetary Policy Governance and Macroprudential Issues 0 0 2 75 5 6 22 214
The SSM at 1 0 0 1 21 1 4 26 101
Total Books 0 1 8 143 15 28 106 510


Chapter File Downloads Abstract Views
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Behavioral Monetary Policymaking: Economics, Political Economy and Psychology 1 3 6 12 2 6 26 42
Total Chapters 1 3 6 12 2 6 26 42


Statistics updated 2021-01-03