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Who Is In Charge of Financial Stability, Why, and What They Can Do

Who Is In Charge of Financial Stability, Why, and What They Can Do. Brookings Institution. Rochelle M. Edge and Nellie Liang. August 11, 2017

Since the global financial crisis, many countries have set up new authorities to address emerging financial stability risks. 161 more words


How will the Future Prospects of the Global Economy, shaped?

While the Global Economy’s poised through a crucial phase in history with its recovery after prolonged Sluggishness/Slowdown in growth, in the aftermath of the Financial Crises of 2008-09 – it’s quite imperative to have a better understanding on the future prospects of the Global Economy, from the perspective of significant Economic & Geo-Political events of recent times that have the potential to impact Global Economy’s long-term prospects. 596 more words

Exuberance and scarcity: chapter ready for review

A new chapter of the forthcoming book “Transcending Politics” has been released for review comments by Transpolitica supporters.

The chapter is entitled “Exuberance and scarcity… 583 more words


Challenging the Role of Capital Adequacy using Historical Data

Bank Capital Redux: Solvency, Liquidity, and Crisis
By Òscar Jordà (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and University of California Davis), Bjorn Richter (University of Bonn), Moritz Schularick (University of Bonn) and Alan M. 1,390 more words

Financial Crisis

Economic Growth, Financial Stability,  and Monetary Policy

 by Galina Gospodarchuk and Sergey Gospodarchuk


Abstract: The article specifies the role of monetary policy in ensuring the financial stability of the economy. It also proposes the financial stability indicator and the algorithm for its calculation. 6,265 more words


Do the rules of the game matter? Monetary regimes and financial stability since 1920

by German Forero-Laverde (Universidad Externado de Colombia / Universitat de Barcelona)

Financial crises come in many shapes and forms. They can occur in stock markets, private or public debt markets, housing markets or any asset class you may think of (yes, even… 750 more words

Financial History

Foreign booms, domestic busts: the global dimension of banking crises

Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi, Fernando Eguren Martin and Gregory Thwaites.

Why do banking crises happen in “waves” across countries? Do global developments matter for domestic financial stability? Is there such a thing as a global cycle in domestic credit? 1,294 more words

Financial Stability