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CCBS Joint Research Papers

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The Joint Research Papers reflect the collaborative research activities of CCBS with other central banks around the world. It is intended to enable the wider dissemination of research which has at least partly resulted from the cooperation between the Bank of England and other central banks.

Some papers are jointly authored by CCBS staff whilst others are the outcome of research projects that have had significant CCBS advice. Such research is primarily aimed at central bankers but it is envisaged that as the series draws widely upon research activities in central banks, it should be of interest to a wider audience of academic and policy institutions.

​Although the series is styled in the form of academic papers, authors are encouraged to present their research findings in a way familiar to central bankers in the hope that this will enable them to apply similar methods themselves.

The views expressed in the Joint Research Papers are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Bank of England or of any collaborative partner institutions.

Click on a link below to view a brief extract of the relevant handbook and a link to the full handbook is available for download in PDF format; you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.

​Number ​Title ​Author
​4 Financial conditions and density forecasts for US output and inflation ​Piergiorgio Alessandri and Haroon Mumtaz
​3 Money-based inflation risk indicator for Russia: a structural dynamic factor model approach ​Elena Deryugina and Alexey Ponomarenko
​2 An application of data-rich environment for policy analysis of the Indian economy ​Haroon Mumtaz and Nitin Kumar
​1 Asset prices, credit and the Russian economy ​Haroon Mumtaz, Alexandra Solovyeva and Elena Vasilieva