Assessing macroprudential regulation: the role of the zero lower bound
Jürgen Jerger and
Jenny Körner ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2018, vol. 25, issue 9, 580-583
We look at the interaction between the zero lower bound (ZLB) and flexible macroprudential regulation (FMR). After an adverse demand shock, FMR contributes to financial stability irrespective of the ZLB and also to macroeconomic stabilization if the ZLB binds.
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