Economic Policies for the COVID-19 War

2020-04-02T16:05:45-04:00April 1, 2020|

This blog is part of a special series on the response to the coronavirus.

By Giovanni Dell’Ariccia, Paolo Mauro, Antonio Spilimbergo, and Jeromin Zettelmeyer

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The COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis like no other. It feels like a war, and in many ways it is. People are dying. Medical professionals are on the front lines. Those in essential services, food distribution, delivery, and public utilities work overtime to support the effort. […]

Maintaining Banking System Safety amid the COVID-19 Crisis

2020-04-01T14:43:16-04:00March 31, 2020|

This blog is part of a special series on the response to the coronavirus.

By Tobias Adrian and Aditya Narain

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Today we face economic upheaval potentially more severe than we witnessed during the global financial crisis. The coronavirus pandemic is a different kind of shock. Never before have modern economies shut down at the drop of a hat. […]

Five Actions to Strengthen the Euro Area Banking Union

2019-03-13T10:49:35-04:00December 14, 2018|

By Atilla Arda, Daniel Hardy, and Maike B. Luedersen

December 14, 2018

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View of skyscrapers in the banking district in Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Progress has been made, but more needs to be done to strengthen the euro area’s banking union (photo: imageBROKER/Stefan Ziese/Newscom)

Dealing with problem banks in a prompt, efficient, and even-handed manner is essential for the European banking union. […]

The Uneven Path Ahead: The Effect of Brexit on Different Sectors in the UK Economy

2019-03-13T10:57:28-04:00December 4, 2018|

By Jiaqian Chen

December 4, 2018

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A UK border agency worker holds a passport: As a member of the European Union, free labor mobility has enabled the UK to hire talent from across the EU (photo: Mac Gregor/Reuters/Newscom)

The United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union in March 2019. Our […]

Chart of the Week: Financial Reform Report Card

2019-03-13T12:23:50-04:00October 29, 2018|

By Tobias Adrian, Dirk Jan Grolleman, and Anastasiia Morozova

October 29, 2018

Countries have improved banking sector regulation considerably in the past decade, but areas of weakness remain (Steve Gottlieb/Newscom)

The many 10th anniversary retrospectives of the global financial crisis mostly agree: the financial system is safer today than it was when US investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed in 2008. […]

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