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Governor of the Bank

    A nudge for economists

    In a few years, the Nobel prize in Economics has been awarded to four behavioural economists, that is to say the economic scientists who are most inclined to contaminate their discipline with psychology. The rationality of "Homo Economicus", or economic man, at times presumed to be absolute, is

    – by Alberto Orioli

    Draghi's Push and Europe's Myopia

    There has been a clear surge in the markets(in Italy, especially, and led by banks) after half a disappointment early on. Maybe the markets had a better read of the message sent by European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi, with its change of pace on March 10. This message had the same

    – Guido Gentili

    The Need for Global Coordination

    Just last week, governor of the Bank of Japan Haruhiko Kuroda told the Parliament in Tokyo that he wouldn't cut interest rates. But yesterday, Kuroda took

    – Carlo Bastasin

    The Italian Lessons on Banking Supervision

    The final considerations of the Bank of Italy are a good opportunity for sending a message to Frankfurt: the new European supervision can still learn much from the Italian experience. Two key lessons: that supervision must not imitate monetary policy; and that supervisors should not act with

    – Donato Masciandaro

    Recession Lays Bare Old Europe

    The European rules dictate that, following a revised calculation of gross domestic product, the United Kingdom must pay 2.1 billion euros by next month to

    – Guido Gentili

    The Spider of Finance

    LONDON - The global system of financial regulation is extraordinarily complex. Partly for that reason, it is little understood. In order to explain it to my

    – by Howard Davies

    ECB Prepares to Move on Government Bonds

    Everything was already written in the speech pronounced by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi on April 24, in Amsterdam. Two of the steps announced

    – Alessandro Merli

    If "Yes" Wins: A Plan to Save the Pound

    Encouraging unemployment data and rumors that the Bank of England's (BOE) monetary policy committee is leaning toward a rapid interest rate increase gave a

    – Leonardo Maisano

    A Mass Suicide that Italy Cannot Afford

    One, two, and three. Mario Draghi has repeated himself, yet to no avail, calling on Italy and the other latecomers of the euro zone to urgently implement the

    – Adriana Cerretelli

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