Global Supply Chains and Transfer Pricing: Insights from a Case Study

Supply Chain Management : An International Journal.  Vol. 19 (2014), Issue 4. Forthcoming

Lessons from Case Studies of Global Value Chains

In A. van der Giessen, C. Stolwijk & J. Leijten (Eds.), Can policy follow the dynamics of global innovation platforms? Six Countries Programme 2014 Conference Proceedings, pp. 91-96

Longevity, Working Lives and Public Finances

Can longer working lives bring sufficient tax revenues to pay for the growing public health and care expenditure that longer lifetimes cause? We review studies concerning retirement decisions and pension policies, the role of mortality in health and long-term care costs, and errors in mortality projections. We combine key results into a numerical OLG model […]

Euro – How big difference: Finland and Sweden in search of macro stability

Towards a Better Governance in the EU? (eds. Catherine Mathieu and Henri Sterdyniak) OFCE Debates and policies 132  (2014) p. 271-286

The Euro Area needs a public debt restructuring mechanism

The Euro Area needs an orderly public debt restructuring mechanism, argue Managing Director Vesa Vihriälä and Professor Beatrice Weder di Mauro in a column published on the VoxEU portal. Making market discipline credible through an orderly debt restructuring mechanism is a promising alternative to contain moral hazard associated with mutualisation of public debt, which has […]

Orderly debt reduction rather than permanent mutualisation is the way to go

VOX, 2 April 2014

Global Supply Chains and Transfer Pricing: Insights from a Case Study

Supply Chain Management : An International Journal.  Vol. 19 (2014), Issue 4. Forthcoming

Lessons from Case Studies of Global Value Chains

In A. van der Giessen, C. Stolwijk & J. Leijten (Eds.), Can policy follow the dynamics of global innovation platforms? Six Countries Programme 2014 Conference Proceedings, pp. 91-96

Longevity, Working Lives and Public Finances

Can longer working lives bring sufficient tax revenues to pay for the growing public health and care expenditure that longer lifetimes cause? We review studies concerning retirement decisions and pension policies, the role of mortality in health and long-term care costs, and errors in mortality projections. We combine key results into a numerical OLG model […]

Euro – How big difference: Finland and Sweden in search of macro stability

Towards a Better Governance in the EU? (eds. Catherine Mathieu and Henri Sterdyniak) OFCE Debates and policies 132  (2014) p. 271-286

The Euro Area needs a public debt restructuring mechanism

The Euro Area needs an orderly public debt restructuring mechanism, argue Managing Director Vesa Vihriälä and Professor Beatrice Weder di Mauro in a column published on the VoxEU portal. Making market discipline credible through an orderly debt restructuring mechanism is a promising alternative to contain moral hazard associated with mutualisation of public debt, which has […]

Orderly debt reduction rather than permanent mutualisation is the way to go

VOX, 2 April 2014