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- 2017/4: Are There Common Structural Determinants of Potential Output Growth in Europe?: An empirical exercise for 11 EMU countries
- Roberta de Santis, Piero Esposito and Elena Masi
- 2017/3: Credit Misallocation During the European Financial Crisis
- Fabiano Schivardi, Enrico Sette and Guido Tabellini
- 2017/2: Optimal Bank Capital Requirements: An Asymmetric Information Perspective
- Simone Berardi and Alessandra Marcelletti
- 2017/1: Why Insurance Regulation is Crucial for Long-term Investment and Economic Growth
- Dario Focarelli
- 2016/5: Lost and Found: Market Access and Public Debt Dynamics
- Antonio Bassanetti, Carlo Cottarelli and Andrea Presbitero
- 2016/4: Distortions in Firm Selection During Recessions: A Comparison Across European Countries
- Fabio Landini
- 2016/3: Improved Structural Competitiveness or Deep Recession? On the recent macroeconomic rebalances in the EMU
- Piero Esposito and Marcello Messori
- 2016/2: Inequality, Financialisation and Credit Booms - a Model of Two Crises
- Alberto Cardaci and Francesco Saraceno
- 2016/1: How can it work? On the impact of quantitative easing in the Eurozone
- Francesco Saraceno and Roberto Tamborini
- 2015/11: Exit Risks and Contagion in the Euro Area
- Paolo Canofari and Marcello Messori
- 2015/10: Economic Crisis and Firm Exit: Do Intangibles Matter?
- Fabio Landini, Alessandro Arrighetti and Andrea Lasagni
- 2015/7: Trade (dis)Integration and Imbalances in the EMU
- Piero Esposito
- 2015/3: Debt Concentration of European Firms
- Caterina Giannetti
- 2015/2: Export-Led Innovation Among European Firms. Demand and Technological Learning Effects
- Claudio Fassio
- 2014/3: Sectoral Systems or Distance-to-the-Frontier Effects in Innovation? A Comparison of Three Medium-Technology Sectors in Germany, Italy and Spain
- Claudio Fassio
- 2014/1: Expectations and Systemic Risk in EMU Government Bond Spreads
- Paolo Canofari, Giancarlo Marini and Giovanni Piersanti