The Global Financial Cycle, Monetary Policies, and Macroprudential Regulations in Small, Open Economies
Gregory Bauer (),
Gurnain Pasricha (),
Rodrigo Sekkel and
Yaz Terajima ()
Canadian Public Policy, 2018, vol. 44, issue 2, 81-99
This article analyzes the implications of the global financial cycle for conventional and unconventional monetary policies and macroprudential policy in small, open economies such as Canada's. The article starts by summarizing recent work on global financial cycles. These cycles cause time variation in global risk premia, which affects the transmission mechanisms of both conventional and unconventional monetary policies in small, open economies. The article then summarizes new work showing that the central banks' leaning against the effects of the global financial cycle would typically be too costly. The article concludes with some suggestions for the formation of macroprudential policies.
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