Macroprudential regulation and bank behaviour: theory and evidence from a quasi-natural experiment
Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, 2015, vol. 8, issue 1-2, 138-159
The article examines the impact of macroprudential policies on bank credit growth. Towards this end, we develop a model of bank behaviour which examines the possible impact of such policies. The testable propositions of the model are empirically examined using a natural experiment for India. The results appear to suggest that macroprudential policies interact with bank ownership to moderate the severity of the credit cycle.
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