80 working papers in the ADEMU repository

With the end of 2017 comes the 80th working paper to be uploaded to our repository. This is the result of an incredible amount of hard work and dedication from not only our ADEMU co-ordinators and researchers, but also the academics, professionals and post-graduate researchers who give their time and experience to attend conferences and seminars around the world. It’s thanks to them that our research is scrutinised, analysed and worthy of the audience we aim to reach.

You can see all of our working papers in our open-access repository: you can see the latest valued additions from our associates listed below.

The Independence of the ECB Justification, Limitations and Possible Threats

A. Thiele | ADEMU Working Paper: 2017/079

Fiscal Consolidation Programs and Income Inequality

P. Brinca, M. H. Ferreira, F. Franco, H. A. Holter, L. Malafry | ADEMU Working Paper: 2017/078

Competences and alignment in an emerging future. After L-Bank: how the Eurosystem and the Single Supervisory Mechanism may develop

R. Smits | ADEMU Working Paper: 2017/077

Sovereign Defaults and Banking Crises

C. Sosa-Padilla | ADEMU Working Paper: 2017/076

Monetary Policy Stretched to the Limit: How Could Governments Support the European Central Bank?

A, van Riet | ADEMU Working Paper: 2017/075

Is deregulation of product and labour markets promoting employment and productivity? A difference-in-differences approach

H. Correia, A. Fontoura Gouveia | ADEMU Working Paper: 2017/074

Managing the UK National Debt 1694-2017

M. Ellison, A. Scott | ADEMU Working Paper: 2017/073

Liquidity, Government Bonds and Sovereign Debt Crises

F. Molteni | ADEMU Working Paper: 2017/072