Constâncio: EU macro research needs greater engagement


The European Union (EU) is making progress with its macro-prudential research but greater engagement with academics and policy-makers is needed, Vítor Constâncio, the vice-president of the European Central Bank (ECB), said yesterday (October 30).

The European System of Central Banks (ECSB) – an organisation comprising each central bank within the EU – launched a macro-prudential research network in 2010, with the task of providing research tools to help improve macro-prudential supervision in

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