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Topics: - Market power in input and output markets: stylized facts, drivers and static and dynamic implications for misallocation, innovation, productivity and growth; - Industrial concentration, market power and investment: firm-level impact and consequences for the aggregate economy; - Firm...
The Program Committee welcomes empirical and theoretical work on topics including, but not limited to: - International spillovers and cooperation in a historical context; - Spillovers in the post-crisis world; - International monetary cooperation at the zero lower bound; - “Currency wars”; -...
The aim of the workshop is to exchange views and share experiences related to the emerging concept of macroprudential stance, i.e. the approaches used by policymakers to formulate the macroprudential actions they take to achieve financial stability. The focus will be on the European Union and...
The Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group (WBG …
The forthcoming book from Oxford University Press and the IMF is designed to connect the multiple aspects of sovereign debt policy into one coherent text. It will be accessible to policymakers and practitioners and will combine economic theory and analysis with real world examples of how this...
The conference organizers seek both theoretical and empirical research contributions on topics of central importance to currency areas in general, and the euro area in particular. We invite submissions that address the following questions, but submissions are limited to these particular issues....
The aim of the conference is to bring together policymakers and practitioners, international institutions, and leading academics to shed light on these issues from both practical and research perspectives, and draw robust and novel policy implications.
The Spring Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group (Bank) each year bring together …
Financial systems play a vital role in boosting productivity growth by allocating resources efficiently and facilitating investment and innovation. But they are also prone to costly booms and busts, which can leave deep scars on the productive tissue of the economy. Indeed, in the aftermath of...
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