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Development of consumer credit in China , pp 51-57 Downloads
Shen Bingxi and Yan Lijuan
Keynes’s monetary theory of interest , pp 51-81 Downloads
Geoff Tily
Some prudential issues , pp 52-63 Downloads
Serge Jeanneau
Trading system competition and market-maker competition , pp 53-60 Downloads
Mark Wahrenburg
Wages, productivity and "structural" inflation in emerging market economies , pp 53-75 Downloads
Dubravko Mihaljek and Sweta Saxena
The entry of foreign banks into the Chinese banking sector , pp 54-55 Downloads
Liu Tinghuan
Discussant remarks on Chan Lily, Ng Heng Tiong and Rishi Ramchand’s paper "A clustering analysis approach to examining Singapore’s property market" , pp 55-58 Downloads
Sock-Yong Phang
Central bank views on foreign exchange intervention , pp 55-74 Downloads
Madhusudan Mohanty and Bat-el Berger
The development of China’s bond market , pp 56-60 Downloads
Mu Huaipeng
The banking industry in Colombia: competition, consolidation and systemic stability , pp 56-63 Downloads
José Darìo Uribe
Intervention: what are the domestic consequences? , pp 56-81 Downloads
Madhusudan Mohanty and Philip Turner
External shocks, the exchange rate and macroprudential policy , pp 57-62 Downloads
Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates
Is inflation (or deflation) "always and everywhere" a monetary phenomenon? , pp 57-78 Downloads
Masaaki Shirakawa
The euro: internationalised at birth , pp 57-74 Downloads
Frank Moss
Several observations on capital flows in Japan , pp 58-61 Downloads
Richard Koo
Risk profile of households and the impact on financial stability , pp 58-74 Downloads
Wimboh Santoso and Made Sukada
Boom-bust cycles and stabilisation policy - monetary and macroprudential rules: a loss function approach , pp 58-65 Downloads
Caterina Mendicino and Maria Teresa Punzi
Cyclical prudence - credit cycles in Australia , pp 58-90 Downloads
Christopher Kent and Patrick D'Arcy
Macroprudential policies, commodity prices and capital inflows , pp 59-75 Downloads
Paul Masson
The currency board and monetary stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina , pp 59-61 Downloads
Dragan Kovacevic
Globalisation and monetary operations in emerging economies , pp 59-80 Downloads
John Hawkins
Welcome remarks , pp 59-67 Downloads
Deniz Igan
Searching for the natural rate of interest: a euro area perspective , pp 60-80 Downloads
Jesus Crespo-Cuaremsa, Ernest Gnan and Doris Ritzberger-Gruenwald
Monetary policy transmission and the long-term interest rate in emerging markets , pp 61-79 Downloads
Ramon Moreno
Developments in retail payment systems , pp 61-68 Downloads
Harry Leinonen
Developing corporate bond markets: a European legal perspective , pp 61-73 Downloads
Erwin Nierop
Shadowing the euro: Bulgaria’s monetary policy five years on , pp 61-78 Downloads
Kalin Hristov and Martin Zaimov
The experience of Italian banks: from strict controls to full liberalisation , pp 62-74 Downloads
Antonello Biagioli
Dissecting regional integration in financial services from the competition policy and trade policy perspectives , pp 62-119 Downloads
Bank for International Settlements
Capital flows, credit cycles and macroprudential policy , pp 63-68 Downloads
Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates
Capital flows, commodity price movements and foreign exchange intervention , pp 63-80 Downloads
Logan Rangasamy and Dubravko Mihaljek
Obtaining real estate data: criteria, difficulties and limitations , pp 63-69 Downloads
Stephan V Arthur
Financial markets without a risk-free sovereign: Moderator’s introduction , pp 63-64 Downloads
Harold James
Bank consolidation in the Czech Republic , pp 64-70 Downloads
Oldrich Dedek
Financial constraints and real activity: a non-structural approach using UK survey data , pp 64-80 Downloads
Ulf von Kalckreuth
Discussion comments on "Immigration: trends and macroeconomic implications" , pp 65-68 Downloads
Torben M Andersen
Changing financial intermediation: implications for monetary policy transmission , pp 65-78 Downloads
Emanuel Kohlscheen and Phurichai Rungcharoenkitkul
Part D: Assessing the appropriate amount of financial resources - a framework , pp 65-72 Downloads
Bank for International Settlements
Reflections on the meaning of "risk free" , pp 65-72 Downloads
Peter Fisher
Comments on “Monetary policy regimes and macroeconomic outcomes: Hong Kong and Singapore” by Stefan Gerlach and Petra Gerlach-Kristen , pp 65-70 Downloads
Hoe Ee Khor
Euro area government securities markets: recent developments and implications for market functioning , pp 65-85 Downloads
Roberto Blanco
Financial stability implications of local currency bond markets: an overview of the risks , pp 65-87 Downloads
Serge Jeanneau and Camilo Tovar
Foreign exchange market intervention in EMEs: implications for central banks , pp 65-86 Downloads
Ramon Moreno
Optimal macroprudential regulation in a Fisherian model of financial crises , pp 66-72 Downloads
Javier Bianchi and Enrique Mendoza
Interactions between cash and derivatives bond markets: some evidence for the euro area , pp 67-112 Downloads
Wolfgang Schulte and Roberto Violi
The changing nature of risks facing banks , pp 67-98 Downloads
Ramon Moreno
Understanding commodity price cycles in emerging Asia and their implications for monetary policy , pp 67-69 Downloads
Rhys Mendes
Discussant remarks on John V Duca, John Muellbauer and Anthony Murphy’s paper "Credit standards and the bubble in US house prices: new econometric evidence" , pp 69-70 Downloads
Frank Warnock
Discussant remarks on Deniz Igan’s paper "Dealing with real estate booms and busts" , pp 69-70 Downloads
Veronica Warnock
Discussion comments on "Immigration: trends and macroeconomic implications" , pp 69-75 Downloads
William Wascher
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