Brexit and macroprudential regulation: a DSGE perspective
Jürgen Jerger () and
Jenny Körner ()
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Jürgen Jerger: University of Regensburg
International Economics and Economic Policy, 2019, vol. 16, issue 1, No 7, 64 pages
Abstract This paper uses a small and simple theoretical DSGE model in order to conduct some exercises in comparative dynamics of shocks that can be associated with Brexit. We do so by comparing two policy environments, one where a flexible macroprudential regulation (FMR) is in place and one, where this is not the case. This enables us to evaluate whether and to what extent FMR helps to mitigate the Brexit related shocks. We conclude that FMR would indeed be helpful, although in quantitative terms only slightly so.
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