5 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (5) Topics Europe (4) European Union & Euro (4) Monetary Policy (4) Economic & Financial Crises (2) Financial Markets (2) Fiscal Policy & National Budgets (2) Business Cycle (1) China (1) Publicationtype Brief (5) Policy Article (5) Units Forecasting Center (5) Special Topics (5) Experts Björn van Roye (5) Joachim Scheide (3) Klaus-Jürgen Gern (3) Stefan Kooths (3) Claus-Friedrich Laaser (2) Dennis J. Snower (2) Henning Klodt (2) Jens Boysen-Hogrefe (2) Klaus Schrader (2) Christopher Reicher (1) Dominik Groll (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Publicationtype: Brief Experts: Björn van Roye Remove all filters Policy Article Price Competitiveness Divergence in the Euro Area: The Level Matters! 01.03.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 24: The authors argue that the fixation on indices or growth rates in the current discussion around price competitiveness in the euro area and the policy proposals that emerged from entirely ignoring levels may be misleading. Policy Article Higher Inflation in China: Risks for Inflation and Output in Advanced Economies 01.10.2011 Kiel Policy Brief No. 36: The period of imported price stability in the advanced economies may come to an end soon as inflation in China is starting to accelerate. Policy Article Euro Area: common currency – national money (in German) 01.07.2012 Kiel Polity Brief No. 51: The monetary policy authorities of the Eurosystem have been operating in crisis mode for more than four years now. Policy Article The Kiel Policy Package to Address the Crisis in the Euro Area (in German) 01.01.2013 Kiel Policy Brief No. 58: The reason why the Euro zone crisis has dragged on for so long is that Europe's leaders have focused too much on short-term measures to patch up the emergency of the moment, rather than formulating a comprehensive plan. Policy Article The Kiel Policy Package to Address the Crisis in the Euro Area 01.01.2013 Kiel Policy Brief No. 58a: The reason why the Euro zone crisis has dragged on for so long is that Europe's leaders have focused too much on short-term measures to patch up the emergency of the moment, rather than formulating a comprehensive plan.