Here are some of the briefing papers that I have prepared in recent years as a member of the expert panel of advisers for the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs in relation to its Monetary Dialogue with the ECB (its quarterly meetings with the ECB President.)
Links to all the papers presented by the panel to the committee in recent years are available here.
Should We Be Concerned about TARGET Balances? (November 2017)
Brexit and the Future of the Euro (November 2016)
Does QE Have Unpleasant Side Effects? (June 2015)
Low Interest Rates and Financial Stability (March 2015)
The ECB’s Collateral Policy and Its Future as Lender of Last Resort (November 2014).
Inflation Differentials and Euro-Area Monetary Policy (September 2014).
The Monetary Dialogue and Accountability for the ECB (February 2014)
Principles for Re-Capitalising Europe’s Banks (December 2013)
New Roles and Challenges for the ECB (September 2013)
The ECB and Finance for SMEs (June 2013)
Should Monetary Policy be Separated From Banking Supervision? (December 2012)
How Should a European Banking Union Work? (September 2012)
Macroeconomic Imbalances in the Euro Area (April 2012)
Ratings Agency Reform: Shooting the Messengers? (November 2011)
Trichet’s ECB Presidency: A True Age of Turbulence (September 2011)
The ECB’s Next Steps (June 2011)
EU Economic Governance: Less Might Work Better Than More (November 2010)
The Future for Eurozone Financial Stability Policy (September 2010)
Global Imbalances and the Financial Crisis (March 2010)
Containing Systemic Risk (December 2009).