Macroeconomic Theory

    Governments turn to macroeconomic theory to help shape policies to manage instability. Current theories do not adequately support our policy needs. Credit markets, income, and employment are all inherently unstable. We need better theory to help us design better institutions and better policies.

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    Paul de Grauwe: The ECB Can Save the Euro – But It Has To Change Its Business Model

    In what sense are central banks really independent? From whom are they independent? For whom in society do they deliver? Read more

    YSI-IMK Workshop Berlin

    The workshop targets PhD students and young researchers and consists of mini-courses covering topics and methods that are overlooked in the conventional economics curriculum. It also features student presentation sessions, which give young scholars the opportunity to present and discuss their research in a collaborative environment. Read more