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Overview of ECB research

We support policymaking through economic research

We conduct research on a wide range of topics. This helps to improve policymaking, and so contributes to the well-being of all Europeans.

Research papers

Like other major central banks, the ECB conducts research. The findings are published in a number of research papers.

Research papers overview

Research Bulletin

The Research Bulletin features a selection of recent work by ECB economists. It is published monthly and covers a wide variety of economic and financial topics.

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Our researchers

Our researchers conduct high-level analyses covering a variety of topics that are relevant to the ECB. Their work provides the foundations for the ECB’s decisions in all policy areas. Find out more about who they are and what they work on.

Our researchers
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Opportunities for researchers

Join the ECB

If you are interested in conducting research at the ECB, we offer exciting and challenging employment opportunities for research economists, traineeships for students, and fellowships both for young researchers and for scholars.

Explore our fellowships and other offers

Network with us

The ECB leads and coordinates research through a number of networks in order to obtain insights that support our decision-making.

Take a look at our research networks
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