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When Flexible Exchange Rates Don’t Insulate Economies from External Shocks

Professor Giancarlo Corsetti, Keith Kuester (University of Bonn), Gernot Müller (University of Tübingen) and and Sebastian Schmidt (European Central Bank) have published an article for VOXeu titled "When flexible exchange rates don’t insulate economies from external shocks".

Published on: Wednesday 3rd February 2021

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Exchange Rates

Economies

Shocks

Europe

Theme: transmission


Europe Walks a Tightrope as it Waits for Virus Immunity to Take Hold

As many countries are starting to vacinate against Covid, Dr. Flavio Toxvaerd explains that it becomes all the more important for people to avoid contracting coronavirus as vaccination picks up.

Published on: Monday 18th January 2021

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COVID-19

Europe

Immunity

Epidemiology


The UK in a Changing Europe Economics of Brexit Conference For Early Career Researchers

The UK in a Changing Europe, supported by Cambridge-INET, is organising a one-day virtual conference on the Economics of Brexit for Early Career Researchers (untenured assistant professors, postdocs, and PhD students) to take place on the 22nd September 2020, via Zoom.

Event Date: Tuesday 22nd September 2020

Tags:

Brexit

Europe

Economic Impact

Theme: transmission


The Heterogeneous Transmission of ECB Policies in a Post-COVID Europe

Professor Giancarlo Corsetti, Joao B. Duarte (Nova School of Business and Economics) and Samuel Mann (IMF) have published an article for VOXeu titled "The Heterogeneous Transmission of ECB Policies: Lessons for a Post-COVID Europe". This column suggests that the disruption to market integration brought about by the COVID-19 crisis may create further challenges to conducting monetary policy in the euro area.

Published on: Friday 7th August 2020

Tags:

COVID-19

Policy

Europe

Heterogeneity

Theme: transmission