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ECB’s Young PHD in economics/finance competition

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ECB’s young economists competition for PhDs in Economics/Finance. Students of any nationality can apply: The theme of the 2021 ECB Forum on Central Banking is “Beyond the pandemic: the future of monetary policy”. Accordingly, PhD students are invited to submit papers on the following topics: the consequences of corporate, public and household indebtedness for macroeconomic stabilisation after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic the heterogeneous impact of the coronavirus pandemic in terms of business dynamics, productivity and wages and its implications for the relative importance of different sectors and firms the implications of climate change and the carbon transition for monetary policy and central bank operations Papers on other topics relevant to central banking (including

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ECB’s young economists competition for PhDs in Economics/Finance. Students of any nationality can apply:

The theme of the 2021 ECB Forum on Central Banking is “Beyond the pandemic: the future of monetary policy”. Accordingly, PhD students are invited to submit papers on the following topics:

    • the consequences of corporate, public and household indebtedness for macroeconomic stabilisation after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
    • the heterogeneous impact of the coronavirus pandemic in terms of business dynamics, productivity and wages and its implications for the relative importance of different sectors and firms
    • the implications of climate change and the carbon transition for monetary policy and central bank operations

Papers on other topics relevant to central banking (including monetary policy, the deepening of the European Economic and Monetary Union, the functioning of the euro area economy and financial system, financial stability, and banking regulation and supervision) will also be considered.

Amol Agrawal
I am currently pursuing my PhD in economics. I have work-ex of nearly 10 years with most of those years spent figuring economic research in Mumbai’s financial sector.

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