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1. The Egyptian Financial Crisis: Implications for the region, and for Israel too

2. The European Banks’ Role in the Financial Crisis of 2007-8: A Critical Assessment

3. The Cyclical Behaviour of Fiscal Policy During the Covid-19 Crisis

4. COVID-19 and the Health of Banking Sector in Japan and South Korea: A Comparative Study

5. The IMF should enhance the role of SDRs to strengthen the international monetary system

6. Reigniting labour productivity growth in developing countries: Do structural reforms matter?

7. The Cyclical Behaviour of Fiscal Policy During the Covid-19 Crisis

8. Central Banks Caught Between Market Liquidity and Fiscal Disciplining: A Money View Perspective on Collateral Policy

9. Low inflation bends the Phillips curve around the world: Extended results

10. The Long Search for Stability: Financial Cooperation to Address Global Risks in the East Asian Region

11. Fiscal Policy as Credit Policy: Reassessing the Fiscal Spending vs. Private Debt Trade-Off

12. Individual Accountability in International Economic Policymaking after the Global Financial Crisis

13. Ups and Downs in Finance, Ups without Downs in Inequality

14. The Economic Consequences of Globalisation in the United States

15. Bank recapitalizations in Greece: From state-led bailouts to the ownership transfer of banks to foreign hands

16. The economic impact of COVID-19 on the EU: From the frying pan into the fire

17. Lebanon: Government Recovery Plan Asks Too Much of Ordinary Lebanese, and Not Enough from Elites

18. Salvaging Lebanon: Expert Opinions on a Way out of the Crisis

19. Nizar Saghieh – No society disappears through bankruptcy: Its vitality alone can ensure accountability

20. Causal Mechanism and Explanation in Social Science

21. Sovereign debt restructuring: The centrality of the IMF's role

22. International Financial Regulation: Why It Still Falls Short

23. Explaining Turkey’s Current Economic Crisis

24. This Time Was Different: The Global Safe Asset Shortage and Shadow Banking in Socio-Historical Perspective

25. Coping with Disasters: Two Centuries of International Official Lending

26. Global Financial Imbalance: Firm-level Evidence from Korea

27. The Cost of Holding Foreign Exchange Reserves

28. Evolve or Perish: The Global Forces Changing the Business of Banks

29. International Coordination of Economic Policies in the Global Financial Crisis: Successes, Failures, and Consequences

30. International Coordination of Economic Policies in the Global Financial Crisis: Successes, Failures, and Consequences

31. Venezuela: First episode of the new Cold War?

32. Responding to Economic and Ecological Deficits

33. Measuring Venezuela Emigration with Twitter

34. Euro-area Governance Reform: The Unfinished Agenda

35. The Greek Crisis and Its Repercussions on the Balkan Neighbourhood: The End of the Myth

36. Global Debt Dynamics: What Has Gone Wrong

37. Beyond International Standards: Mapping the Future of Capital Markets Regulation

38. Addressing Excessive Risk Taking in the Financial Sector: A Corporate Governance Approach

39. Double Whammy: Implicit Subsidies and the Great Financial Crisis

40. Stabilization Policies and Structural Developments: Poland and the Crises of 1929 and 2008

41. Domestic Cycles, Financial Cycles, and Policies. What Has Gone Wrong?

42. Good and Bad Banking on Europe’s Periphery: Pathways to Catching Up and Falling Behind

43. The Undead World of Mainstream Economics

44. Jurisdiction on the Internet: From Legal Arms Race to Transnational Cooperation

45. Fiscal Sustainability: Conceptual, Institutional, and Policy Issues

46. Change in Economic Policy Paradigm: Privatization and State Capture in Poland

47. Permanent Budget Surpluses as a Fiscal Regime

48. The EuroZone “Debt” Crisis: Another “Center” – “Periphery” Crisis Under Financial Globalization?

49. The Mismeasure of Mammon: Uses and Abuses of Executive Pay Data

50. Just Enough, Just in Time: Improving Sovereign Debt Restructuring for Creditors, Debtors and Citizens

51. Corporate Debt in Emerging Economies: A Threat to Financial Stability?

52. International Regulatory Cooperation on the Resolution of Financial Institutions: Where Does India Stand?

53. China’s Hidden Obstacles to Socioeconomic Rebalancing

54. Short-selling Bans and the Global Financial Crisis: Are They Interconnected?

55. The Shadow Banking System of China and International Regulatory Cooperation

56. Changing Global Financial Governance: International Financial Standards and Emerging Economies since the Global Financial Crisis

57. Venezuela: Unnatural Disaster

58. Cross-border Resolution of Financial Firms

59. International Developments in the Insurance Sector: The Road to Financial Instability?

60. Inflation and Activity: Two Explorations and Their Monetary Policy Implications

61. The Financial Sector and Growth in Emerging Asian Economies

62. Maintaining Financial Stability in the People's Republic of China during Financial Liberalization

63. The Resolution of Systematically Important Financial Institutions: Lessons from Fannie and Freddie

64. Learning, Expectations, and the Financial Instability Hypothesis

65. Too much saving... or too few financing channels?

66. Three Myths Behind the Case for Grexit: A Destructive Analysis

67. Why Puerto Rico's Economy Matters for U.S. Security

68. Reforming India's Financial System

69. Reforming Finance: Macro and Micro Perspectives

70. Inflation-Targeting, Flexible Exchange Rates and Macroeconomic Performance since the Great Recession

71. The EMS Crisis of the 1990s: Parallels with the present crisis?

72. Exports and Capacity Constraints: A smooth transition regression model for six euro-area countries

73. Development: Advancement through International Organizations

74. Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Old Debates, New Challenges

75. ECB Policy and Eurozone Fragility: Was De Grauwe Right?

76. The Federal Reserve Engages the World (1970–2000): An Insider's Narrative of the Transition to Managed Floating and Financial Turbulence

77. No Exit from the Euro-rescuing Trap?

78. Monetary Disunion: The Domestic Politics of Euroland

79. Versailles Redux? Eurozone Competitiveness in a Dynamic Balassa-Samuelson-Penn Framework

80. The Role of Mortgage Finance in Financial (In)Stability

81. Understanding Differences in Growth Performance in Latin America and Developing Countries between the Asian and Global Financial Crises

82. Strategy and Force Planning in a Time of Austerity

83. Comments on the September 29, 2014 FSB Consultative Document, "Cross-Border Recognition of Resolution Action"

84. China in the G20 Summitry: Review and Decision-making Process

85. Reforming the Global Architecture of Financial Regulation: The G20, the IMF and the FSB

86. European Banking Union: An Immediate Tool for Euro Crisis Management and a Long-Term Project for the Single Market

87. Examining China’s Assertiveness through the Eyes of Chinese IR Scholars

88. The Urban Regeneration Experience of The United Kingdom: Lessons for Turkey

89. Eurocriticism: The Eurozone Crisis and Anti-Establishment Groups in Southern Europe

90. Asian and European Financial Crises Compared

91. The Greek Debt Restructuring: An Autopsy

92. Güney Avrupa'da Ekonomik Kriz ve Toplumsal Hareketler

93. Assessing the Single Supervisory Mechanism: Passing the point of no return for Europe's Banking Union

94. The EU Beyond the Crisis: The Unavoidable Challenge of Legitimacy

95. Why Growth Is Getting Harder

96. Unsustainable Debt and the Political Economy of Lending: Constraining the IMF's Role in Sovereign Debt Crises

97. A Markov Switching Approach to Herding

98. Savings by and for the Poor: A Research Review and Agenda

99. Europe and the World or Snow White and the Seven Fallacies

100. Financial regulation and the G20