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Financial Stability Review

2002 - 2013

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2013, issue 17

Completing the G20 reform agenda for strengthening over-the-counter derivatives markets pp. 11-18 Downloads
M. Carney
Regulatory reforms for OTC derivatives: past, present and future pp. 19-28 Downloads
S. Ingves
Overview of international work towards OTC derivatives markets reform and remaining challenges pp. 29-38 Downloads
M. Kono
International cooperation: a sine qua non for the success of OTC derivatives markets reform pp. 41-46 Downloads
M. Barnier
Containing extraterritoriality to promote financial stability pp. 47-59 Downloads
C. H. Dallara
International swaps market reform – Promoting transparency and lowering risk pp. 61-68 Downloads
G. Gensler
CPSS-IOSCO Principles for financial market infrastructures: vectors of international convergence pp. 69-78 Downloads
D. Russo
A transparency standard for derivatives pp. 81-89 Downloads
V. V. Acharya
New infrastructures for a sounder financial system pp. 91-99 Downloads
M. C. Bodson
The importance of data quality for effective financial stability policies – Legal entity identifier: a first step towards necessary financial data reforms pp. 101-110 Downloads
N. Jenkinson and . S. Leonova
Transparency and financial stability pp. 111-119 Downloads
R. Buenaventura and V. Ross
Assessing contagion risks in the CDS market pp. 123-134 Downloads
Markus K. Brunnermeier, Laurent CLERC and M. Scheicher
Why the Greek CDS settlement did not lead to the feared meltdown pp. 135-150 Downloads
Virginie Coudert and Mathieu Gex
CCPs as instruments of stability and risk mitigation pp. 153-160 Downloads
J. Aigrain and M. Gex
Incentive compatible centralised clearing pp. 161-168 Downloads
Bruno R Biais, Florian Heider and M. Hoerova
Access to central counterparties: why it matters and how it is changing pp. 169-177 Downloads
T. Lane, J.-P. Dion and J. Slive
Central counterparties in evolving capital markets: safety, recovery and resolution pp. 179-184 Downloads
P. Ticker
Collateral and new offers for an optimised management: an industrial revolution pp. 187-195 Downloads
M.-A. Autheman
Collateral scarcity and asset encumbrance: implications for the European financial system pp. 197-206 Downloads
A. Houben and J W. Slingenberg
OTC derivatives market – regulatory developments and collateral dynamics pp. 207-213 Downloads
M. Singh
OTC derivatives: ensuring safe, efficient markets that support economic growth pp. 217-225 Downloads
S. O'Connor,
Consequences of the new regulatory landscape on OTC derivatives trading pp. 227-231 Downloads
F. Oudéa
Will the new regulatory regime for OTC markets impede financial innovation? pp. 233-238 Downloads
A. D. Persaud

2012, issue 16

Central banking in a context of high public debt pp. 9-13 Downloads
C. Noyer
Fiscal outlook and fi scal sustainability risks pp. 17-28 Downloads
C. Cottarelli
When Western sovereign risk is in play pp. 29-36 Downloads
M. A. El-Erian
The return of financial repression pp. 37-48 Downloads
Carmen M. Reinhart
A tale of two overhangs:the nexus of fi nancial sector and sovereign credit risks pp. 51-56 Downloads
Viral V. Acharya, . Drechsler and P. Schnabl
Banks, moral hazard, and public debts pp. 57-70 Downloads
R. Breton, C. Pinto and P.F. Weber
Sovereign creditworthiness and financial stability:an international perspective pp. 71-85 Downloads
J. Caruana and Stefan Avdjiev
Stability, growth and regulatory reform pp. 77-93 Downloads
R.S. Kroszner
Is sovereign risk properly addressedby financial regulation? pp. 95-106 Downloads
D. Nouy
Contagion and the European debt crisis pp. 109-121 Downloads
V. Constancio
Monetary policy and public debt pp. 123-130 Downloads
C. Goodhart
Does monetary cooperation or confrontation lead to successful fiscal consolidation? pp. 131-142 Downloads
T. Hellebrandt, Adam Simon Posen and M. Tolle
Fiscal challenges to monetary dominance in the euro area: a theoretical perspective pp. 143-150 Downloads
Olivier Jeanne
Central bank independence and sovereign default pp. 151-154 Downloads
Narayana Kocherlakota
The sovereign debt crisis and monetary policy pp. 155-167 Downloads
Julien Matheron, Benoit Mojon and Jean-Guillaume Sahuc
Sustainability of government debt: preconditions for stability in the financial system and prices pp. 169-181 Downloads
M. Shirakawa
The importance of confidence in macroeconomic stabilisation efforts pp. 185-190 Downloads
A. Carstens
Policies on sovereign debt pp. 191-201 Downloads
J.P. Landau
Hazardous tango: sovereign-bank interdependence and financial stability in the euro area pp. 201-210 Downloads
Silvia Merler and Jean Pisani-Ferry
Rebuilding growth and optimism in a new fiscal era pp. 211-216 Downloads
T. Shanmugaratnam
Gaps in the institutional structure of the euro area pp. 217-223 Downloads
Christopher Sims
The euro crisis: some reflexions on institutional reform pp. 225-242 Downloads
J. Tyrole

2011, issue 15

Global imbalances: the perspective of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency pp. 1-11 Downloads
M. Al-Jasser
International capital flows and the returns to safe assets in the United States 2003-2007 pp. 13-26 Downloads
Ben S. Bernanke
The challenge of high capital inflows to financial stability: an emerging market perspective pp. 27-29 Downloads
H. de Campos Meirelles
Global imbalances: the international monetary system and financial stability pp. 31-38 Downloads
M. Carney
Global imbalances: the perspective of the Banco de México pp. 39-42 Downloads
A. Carstens
Complementarity and coordination of macroeconomic and financial policies to tackle internal and external imbalances pp. 43-51 Downloads
M. Draghi
Global imbalances: common problem to solve for both advanced and emerging market economies pp. 53-60 Downloads
S. Ignatiev
Global balance and financial stability: twin objectives toward a resilient global economic system pp. 61-72 Downloads
C. Kim
Global imbalances: the perspective of the Bank of England pp. 73-80 Downloads
M. King
Global imbalances and developing countries pp. 81-94 Downloads
M. Marcó del Pont
A South African perspective on global imbalances pp. 95-100 Downloads
G. Marcus
Global imbalances, volatile capital inflows and proposed further IMF roles pp. 101-105 Downloads
D. Nasution
Global imbalances and financial stability pp. 107-112 Downloads
C. Noyer
Global imbalances and current account imbalances pp. 113-125 Downloads
M. Shirakawa
Global imbalances through the prism of savings and investment pp. 127-130 Downloads
G. Stevens
Global imbalances: the perspective of the Reserve Bank of India pp. 131-138 Downloads
D. Subbarao
Intellectual challenges to financial stability analysis in the era of macroprudential oversight pp. 139-149 Downloads
J.C. Trichet
Securing stability and growth in a post-crisis world pp. 151-157 Downloads
A. Weber
Revisiting the Tinbergen Rule: use the macroprudential tools to maintain financial stability pp. 159-163 Downloads
D. Yilmaz
On savings ratio pp. 165-169 Downloads
Z. Xiaochuan
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