Publications

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Sylvain Bouyon, Karel Lannoo, Monica Monaco, Ugo Bechis, Nick Jones, Darinka Czischke , Marc Hemmerling

This Edition includes an editorial by Sylvain Bouyon as well as four ECRI newsletter articles.

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Robin Sainsot

The liberalisation of Eastern Europe’s market during the 1990s and the 2004 EU enlargement have had a great impact on the economies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).

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Sylvain Bouyon, Alex Chesterfield, Anne-Laure Mention, Frank Broeker, Janneke Toussaint, JB McCarthy, Jonathan Vaux, Karen Kerrigan, Monika Kuschewsky, Pärtel Tomberg, Wijnand Van de Beek, Wilko Bolt

This Edition includes an editorial by Sylvain Bouyon as well as a special articles series on the ECRI Annual Conference 2015.

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Sylvain Bouyon

Home ownership has been a source of concern for many EU28 governments, especially since the start of the economic crisis in 2008-09.

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Sylvain Bouyon

In recent decades, a growing body of academic literature has focused on the possible negative effects of high levels of home ownership, especially on labour markets.

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Sylvain Bouyon, Christian Schaette, Warren Meade, Monica Monaco, Bernd Berbänder, Mathieu Jolly, Sophie Thiéry, Victoria Richmond

This Edition includes four articles reflecting some of the debates held in the context of the ECRI Task Force on household credit and places some emphasis on digital banking and new/related busines

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Sylvain Bouyon

Proper understanding and monitoring of household saving are necessary to conduct appropriate macroeconomic policies aiming at a balanced economic recovery in the EU-15.

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Sylvain Bouyon

There are two main objectives behind the EC proposal on banking structural reform: the financial stability objective and the economic efficiency objective.

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Maria Chiara Malaguti, Alessandra Guerrieri

Two-sided payment card markets generate costs that have to be distributed among the participating actors. For this purpose, payment card networks set an interchange fee, which is the fee paid by the merchant’s bank to the cardholder’s bank per transaction.

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