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Monetary and fiscal processes are important elements in state building and in managing international economic relations for emerging economies and new states. These processes were also important during the transition to constitutional independence in Africa; however little attention has been paid...
The purpose of this conference is to explore the history of the monetary and financial processes of decolonization, often less studied than the political and the cultural ones. The objective is to shed light on the different historical cross-experiences such as a comparative analysis of the...
The workshop will bring together leading economists from central banks and academic institutions to consider critical issues related to policy coordination between instruments and between countries. The financial crisis and the ensuing slow recovery brought to the forefront policy coordination...
The focus of the Conference is on research that makes use of household level data, with a special interest in the data from the Household Finance and Consumption Survey (HFCS). Topics: - household consumption, saving, and portfolio choice - housing, mortgage markets, and financial markets -...
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