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Kick-off for two-year research project at Boston University

1 Oct 2019 | Steffen Murau joins Global Development Policy Center of Boston University as postdoctoral fellow in the Global Economic Governance Initiative (GEGI).

The Global Development Policy (GDP) Center of Boston University will be the host institution for the project “Hierarchical and Hybrid Money on a Fractured Continent: Europe’s Monetary Architecture after the Eurocrisis”. The project develops a macro-financial model of the Eurozone architecture and studies different segments of the system. Through a series of single and co-authored articles, it will describe and explain how the Eurozone has transformed during and after the Eurocrisis. Read more…

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New publication on shadow money theory

28 May 2020 | The Private Debt Project, a Philadelphia-based online journal, has published a piece that analyses and systematizes different current shadow money theories. In their co-authored piece, Steffen Murau and Tobias Pforr argue […]

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Essay on democratizing the Eurozone architecture wins prize of Hertie Foundation

24 Nov 2020 | LSE Blog ‘EUROPP: European Politics and Policy’ publishes a co-authored piece by Andrei Guter-Sandu and Steffen Murau that has previously won a prize in the Hertie Foundation’s essay competition on capitalism […]

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Macro Musings Podcast on the Eurozone, International Monetary Architecture, and the Future of the Dollar Zone

19 Jun 2021 | David Beckworth, host of the Macro Musings a podcast which pulls back the curtain on the important macroeconomic issues of the past, present, and future, interviews Steffen Murau. In this episode, […]

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