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Choice of currency by East Asia bond issuers , pp 129-142 Downloads
David G Fernandez and Simon Klassen
Risk management in the face of risky sovereign debt: four observations , pp 130-135 Downloads
Thomas C Wilson
Structural change in the corporate bond market in Korea after the currency crisis , pp 130-146 Downloads
Sungmin Kim and Jae Hwan Park
European crisis and its implications for global inflation dynamics , pp 131-135 Downloads
Athanasios Orphanides
Central bank instruments to deal with the crisis – from the perspective of the People’s Bank of China , pp 131-132 Downloads
People's Bank of China
Transmission mechanisms for monetary polidy in emerging market economies: what is new? , pp 131-137 Downloads
Miguel Angel Pesce
Towards an international lender of last resort , pp 131-136 Downloads
Stephen Cecchetti
The fiscal deficit and macroeconomic stability in Hong Kong SAR , pp 131-139 Downloads
Wensheng Peng, Jiming Ha, Cynthia Leung and Kelvin Fan
The role of asset prices in Indian inflation in recent years: some conjectures , pp 131-150 Downloads
Partha Ray and Jorge Somnath Chatterjee
Central bank balance sheet expansion: Japan's experience , pp 132-159 Downloads
Kazumasa Iwata and Shinji Takenaka
An approach to the consideration of bank merger issues by regulators: a South African case , pp 133-147 Downloads
Gill Marcus
Comments on Levich and Packer: “Development and functioning of FX markets in Asia and the Pacific” , pp 133-135 Downloads
Takatoshi Ito
Effects of reserve requirements in an inflation targeting regime: the case of Colombia , pp 133-169 Downloads
Hernando Vargas-Herrera, Yanneth Betancourt Garcia, Carlos Varela and Norberto Rodríguez N.
Comments on: “Japanese monetary policy: 1998-2005 and beyond” by Takatoshi Ito , pp 133-136 Downloads
Peter Morgan
Inflation persistence and costly market share adjustment: a preliminary analysis , pp 134-146 Downloads
Robert Amano and Scott Hendry
South Africa's experience of regional currency areas and the use of foreign currencies , pp 134-139 Downloads
Lambertus van Zyl
The corporate bond market in the Philippines , pp 135-45 Downloads
Nestor A Espenilla, Jr
Comment , pp 135-137 Downloads
Stephen Cecchetti
Reserve management and the use of ratings at the Swiss National Bank , pp 136-138 Downloads
Jean-Pierre Danthine
Measuring economic integration: the case of Asian economies , pp 136-158 Downloads
Bank for International Settlements
Remarks on macroprudential policy frameworks , pp 136-141 Downloads
David Longworth
Household sector and monetary policy implications: Thailand’s recent experience , pp 136-161 Downloads
Tientip Subhanij
Comments on: “Japanese monetary policy: 1998-2005 and beyond” by Takatoshi Ito , pp 137-139 Downloads
Masaru Yoshitomi
Exchange rates, expected returns and risk: what can we learn from Asia-Pacific currencies? , pp 137-166 Downloads
Anella Munro
Changes in the Czech Republic‘s financial intermediation during the last decade , pp 137-142 Downloads
Vladimír Tomšík
Discussion comments on "Labour markets in newly integrating economies such as India and China: are they different?" , pp 137-138 Downloads
Johnny Åkerholm
Assessing financial system stability, efficiency and structure at the Bank of England , pp 138-159 Downloads
Andrew Haldane, Glenn Hoggarth and Victoria Saporta
Foreign exchange markets in the 1990s: intraday market volatility and the growth of electronic trading , pp 138-147 Downloads
Alain Chaboud and Steven Weinberg
Globalisation and labour markets: implications of the emergence of China and India , pp 139-157 Downloads
David Coe
Brazil: taming inflation expectations , pp 139-158 Downloads
Afonso S Bevilaqua, Mário Mesquita and André Minella
East Asia and Australia monetary policy , pp 139-141 Downloads
Adam Cagliarini
Real estate price index: a model for the Philippines , pp 139-48 Downloads
Estrella V Domingo and Reynaldo F Fulleros
Why did prices in Japan hardly decline during the 1997-98 recession? , pp 139-173 Downloads
Hideo Hayakawa and Hiroshi Ugai
Foreign exchange market intervention in Colombia , pp 139-49 Downloads
José Darío Uribe and Jorge Toro
Sovereign risk in bank regulation and supervision: Where do we stand? , pp 139-153 Downloads
Hervé Hannoun
Inflation hedging portfolios in different regimes , pp 139-163 Downloads
Marie Brière and Ombretta Signori
Domestic securities markets and monetary policy in Latin America: overview and implications , pp 140-163 Downloads
Serge Jeanneau and Camilo Tovar
Calculating the fiscal stance at the Magyar Nemzeti Bank , pp 140-145 Downloads
Gabor P.Kiss
Regional currency areas and use of foreign currencies: the experience of West Africa , pp 140-144 Downloads
Michael Ojo
Inflation targeting in Korea: a model of success? , pp 140-164 Downloads
Soyoung Kim and Yung Chul Park
The macroprudential policy framework in New Zealand , pp 141-146 Downloads
David Hargreaves
An overview of the Taiwanese qualified foreign institutional investor system , pp 141-151 Downloads
Karen Lu
Is the standard micro portfolio approach to sovereign debt management still appropriate? , pp 141-155 Downloads
Hans Blommestein and Anja Hubig
Summary of the discussion , pp 141-142 Downloads
Philip Turner
Conducting monetary policy in a small open economy under globalised capital markets: the experience of the Czech Republic , pp 141-49 Downloads
Jiri Böhm and Vladimir Zdarsky
Using financial market information in monetary policy: some examples from New Zealand , pp 142-166 Downloads
Clinton Watkins
China: the evolution of foreign exchange controls and the consequences of capital flows , pp 143-151 Downloads
People’s Bank of China
Asian bond issues in Tokyo: history, structure and prospects , pp 143-167 Downloads
Fumiaki Nishi and Alexander Vergus
The adjustment of China’s monetary policy stance in the face of global volatility , pp 143-148 Downloads
Wang Yu
The rise of Hong Kong’s corporate bond market: drivers and implications , pp 143-158 Downloads
David Leung, Ceara Hui, Tom Fong and Alfred Wong
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