Bruegel research is fact-based. Projects that start from a policy question regularly involve the creation of indicators, the gathering of data that are not readily available from international sources, or even the generation of new data. To make such material available to outside users is just another way to fulfil our mission to contribute to improving economic policy.
This data page provides a number of Bruegel datasets and also faciliates the link to exisiting data sources that Bruegel researchers often use. We trust that users will mention the Bruegel source in their own publications. Feedback on any inaccuracy or incompleteness is welcome.
Divisia monetary aggregates for the euro area
Latest update: 23 July 2015
This database includes euro-area simple-sum and Divisia monetary aggregates from the paper: Darvas, Zsolt (2014) 'Does Money Matter in the euro Area? Evidence from a New Divisa Index', Working Paper 2014/12, Bruegel, 6 November 2014.
Real effective exchange rates for 178 countries: a new database
Latest update 6 June 2015
This database includes real and nominal effective exchange rates from the papers:
- Darvas, Zsolt (2012a) 'Real effective exchange rates for 178 countries: a new database', Working Paper 2012/06, Bruegel, 15 March 2012
- Darvas, Zsolt (2012b) 'Compositional effects on productivity, labour cost and export adjustment', Policy Contribution 2012/11, Bruegel, 22 June 2012
Latest update: 1 November 2012
EFIGE stands for “European Firms in a Global Economy: internal policies for external competitiveness” and examines the pattern of internationalisation of European firms. It is the follow-up project of the EFIM project - European Firms and International Markets. This new project, led by Bruegel, working together with seven other partners, has received the support of the Directorate General Research of the European Commission through its FP7 programme. It is running from September 1th 2008 to August 31th 2012.
Sovereign Bond Holdings
Latest update: 17 March 2015
This dataset collects sectorial holdings of government debt for 12 countries, collected for public sources only.The value of this dataset comes especially from the broad coverage of euro area/EU countries, which to our knowledge is unprecedented.
Latest update: 20 February 2015
In this dataset, we provide a breakdown of the Eurosystem refinancing operations across countries and LTRO/MRO. While the ECB publishes the total numbers for the euro area, the breakdown across countries is to date not centrally available. We compile the data from the different national central banks.