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Discussant remarks on Filipa Sá, Pascal Towbin and Tomasz Wieladek’s paper "Capital inflows,financial innovation and housing booms" , pp 76-82 Downloads
Kenneth Kuttner
Inflation expectations, persistence and monetary policy , pp 77-92 Downloads
Ramon Moreno and Agustin Villar
Macroprudential policy in Brazil , pp 77-86 Downloads
Maurício Costa de Moura and Fernanda Martins Bandeira
Government debt issuance and central banks - Kenya's experience , pp 77-81 Downloads
Central Bank of Kenya
Exploring international migration and outsourcing through an institutional lens , pp 77-103 Downloads
Jill Rubery, Annamaria Simonazzi and Kevin Ward
Comments on Barry Eichengreen and Pipat Luengnaruemitchai’s paper “Why doesn’t Asia have bigger bond markets?” , pp 78-79 Downloads
Ric Deverell
Monetary policy and management of capital flows in a situation of high euroisation - the case of Croatia , pp 79-98 Downloads
Boris Vujcic
Annex 1: Central bank accounting policies , pp 79-83 Downloads
Bank for International Settlements
Theoretical notes on commodity prices and monetary policy , pp 79-90 Downloads
Paolo Pesenti
Changing patterns of financial intermediation: implications for central bank policy , pp 79-96 Downloads
Central Bank of Argentina
Discussion of Alfred Wong and Jiayue Zhang’s paper , pp 79-80 Downloads
Yiping Huang
Estimating liquidity premia in the Spanish Government securities market , pp 79-112 Downloads
Francisco Alonso, Roberto Blanco, Ana Del Rio and Alicia Sanchís
Financial markets without a risk-free sovereign , pp 79-81 Downloads
Hiroshi Nakaso
The Indonesian banking industry: competition, consolidation and systemic stability , pp 80-92 Downloads
Burhanuddin Abdullah and Wimboh Santoso
The financial progress of pure-play internet banks , pp 80-86 Downloads
Robert De Young
On the Asian bond market: comments on Barry Eichengreen and Pipat Luengnaruemitchai’s paper “Why doesn’t Asia have bigger bond markets?” , pp 80-81 Downloads
Junggon Oh
The corporate debt market in India , pp 80-87 Downloads
V K Sharma and Chandan Sinha
A multi-country trend indicator for euro area inflation: computation and properties , pp 81-108 Downloads
Elena Angelini, Jerome Henry and Ricardo Mestre
Local complications of global economic integration: privatisation receipts and volatile export earnings , pp 81-90 Downloads
Dubravko Mihaljek
Comments on "Can an ageing workforce explain low inflation?" , pp 81-84 Downloads
Kenichi Sakura
Lender of last resort operations during the financial crisis: seven practical lessons from the United Kingdom , pp 81-92 Downloads
Andrew Hauser
The impact of LTV policy on bank lending: evidence from Thailand , pp 81-92 Downloads
Chantawit Tantasith, Nasha Ananchotikul, Chatlada Chotanakarn, Vorada Limjaroenrat and Runchana Pongsaparn
Real globalisation and price spillovers in Asia and the Pacific , pp 81-89 Downloads
Raphael Auer and Aaron Mehrotra
Public debt management and open market operations in Brazil , pp 81-85 Downloads
Luiz Fernando Figueiredo, Pedro Fachada and Sérgio Goldenstein
Comments on "The rise of benchmark bonds in emerging Asia" , pp 81-82 Downloads
Terence Tai Leung Chong
Inflation, relative prices and nominal rigidities , pp 81-105 Downloads
Luc Aucremanne, Guy Brys, Peter Rousseeuw, Anja Struyf and Mia Hubert
Exchange rate policy and exchange rate interventions: the Chilean experience , pp 81-93 Downloads
Sebastian Claro and Claudio Soto
Capital flows, exchange rate regime and monetary policy , pp 81-102 Downloads
Sweta Saxena
Finding equilibrium: on the relation between exchange rates and monetary policy , pp 81-107 Downloads
Sebastian Edwards
Consolidating the public debt markets of Asia , pp 82-98 Downloads
Robert McCauley
Survey of central banks’ views on effects of intervention , pp 82-96 Downloads
Dubravko Mihaljek
A note on the recent behaviour of Japanese banks , pp 82-105 Downloads
Nobuo Inaba and Takashi Kozu
Inflation targeting in Brazil: shocks, backward-looking prices, and IMF conditionality , pp 82-108 Downloads
Joel Bogdanski, Paulo Springer de Freitas, Ilan Goldfajn and Alexandre Antonio Tombini
Risk-free assets: an unreachable dream or a must , pp 82-85 Downloads
Sergey Storchak
Macrofinancial vulnerabilities and future financial stress: assessing systemic risks and predicting systemic events , pp 82-88 Downloads
Marco Lo Duca and Tuomas Peltonen
Credit standards and the bubble in US house prices: new econometric evidence , pp 83-89 Downloads
John Duca, John Muellbauer and Anthony Murphy
Cross-border expansion of Nigerian banks: has it improved the continent's regulatory and supervisory frameworks? , pp 83-96 Downloads
Sarah Omotunde Alade
Development of financial markets in Asia and the Pacific: the international financial crisis and policy challenges , pp 83-96 Downloads
Suresh Sundaresan
Thoughts on policies and the policy framework after a financial crisis , pp 83-93 Downloads
Lex Hoogduin and Peter Wierts
Globalisation and the Chilean economy , pp 83-100 Downloads
Joaquin Vial
How foreign participation in the Colombian local public debt market has influenced domestic financial conditions , pp 83-119 Downloads
Jose Romero, Hernando Vargas-Herrera, Pamela Cardozo and Andrés Murcia
Local currency bond returns in emerging market economies and the role of foreign investors , pp 83-91 Downloads
Inhwan So, Giorgio Valente and Jason Wu
Household debt, the savings rate and monetary policy: the Korean experience , pp 83-94 Downloads
Kyuil Chung
Are there reasons to doubt fiscal sustainability in Brazil? , pp 84-97 Downloads
Ilan Goldfajn
Annex 2: Components of selected distribution schemes , pp 85-87 Downloads
Bank for International Settlements
Summary of the discussion , pp 85-87 Downloads
Anand Sinha
Macroprudential policy regulation: some continuing challenges , pp 85-93 Downloads
Manuel Ramos-Francia and Santiago Garcia-Verdu
Why is inflation so high and volatile in Brazil? A primer , pp 85-91 Downloads
Tony Volpon
Strategic complementarity and asymmetric price setting among firms , pp 85-97 Downloads
Maiko Koga, Koichi Yoshino and Tomoya Sakata
Portfolio optimization and long-term dependence , pp 85-110 Downloads
Carlos León and Alejandro Reveiz
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