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The project aims to investigate the influence of (mis)perceptions and stereotypes in investment advice

Experts from the German central bank shed light on the challenges of rising interest rates for the German financial system in a SAFE Policy Web Seminar

SAFE experiment on GPT shows that artificial intelligence has more optimistic expectations of cooperation with humans

 

UniCredit Foundation enables Top-Up Fellowships for outstanding junior researchers

SAFE Director sees the European Central Bank’s (ECB) latest monetary policy decision as a positive signal for market expectations, but believes that caution is required for future interest rate movements

European financial markets have shown resilience this year, but there are significant downside risks, experts from the European Central Bank explain in a SAFE-CEPR Policy Web Seminar

SAFE Senior Fellow Ignazio Angeloni stressed at a hearing in the European Parliament that the eurozone retail payment system today does not require the introduction of a central bank digital currency

During the COVID-19 pandemic, major banks followed the instructions of European banking supervisors and refrained from paying dividends – with long-term consequences for the exposure of institutional investors, especially funds

Ph.D. students Ruggero Jappelli, Errikos Melissinos, Christian Mücke, and Rachel Nam are on the 2024 economics job market

Lawyer Nikolai Badenhoop to lead a new Leibniz Junior Research Group on “Sustainable Finance Law in Europe”