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Professor Hamed Ghiaie, who prior to joining ESCP Business School worked at and conducted research for prestigious international economic organizations including the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD, Paris), the International Monetary Fund (IMF, Washington D.C) and the Research Group on International Economics and Development (GREDI, Quebec, Canada), will present his research work on 3 January during the COVID-19, Real Uncertainty, and Monetary Policy paper session of the ASSA (Allied Social Science Associations) Annual Meeting, the largest gathering of economists in the world.

In his presentation based on a research paper and the impact paper he wrote as part of the ESCP Business School’s “Managing a Post-Covid19 Era” series, the Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy will discuss his investigation into the contribution of housing and a credit market susceptible to default in the economy, and evaluate the interaction between housing and the European Central Bank’s asset purchase programs (APP) from 2015 until the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP) in 2020.