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Think the unthinkable on US debt , pp 86-87 Downloads
Robert Jenkins
Capital markets in Chile: from financial repression to financial deepening , pp 86-102 Downloads
Rodrigo Cifuentes, Jorge Desormeaux and Claudio González
The effects of bank consolidation on risk capital allocation and market liquidity , pp 86-109 Downloads
Chris D'Souza and Alexandra Lai
Technology and e-finance in Japan , pp 87-89 Downloads
Motoshige Itoh
Reserves management and FX intervention: Chile's experience , pp 87-97 Downloads
Joaquín Vial
Annex: Alternative central bank policy instruments , pp 87-100 Downloads
Dubravko Mihaljek and Agne Subelyte
International financial spillovers: policy responses and coordination , pp 87-94 Downloads
Miguel Angel Pesce
Macroeconomic and financial volatility and macroprudential policies in Chile , pp 87-98 Downloads
Rodrigo Cifuentes, Sebastián Claro and Alejandro Jara
Local debt expansion and vulnerability reduction: an assessment for six crisis-prone countries , pp 88-109 Downloads
Paloma Acevedo, Enrique Alberola and Carmen Broto
The role of markets in sovereign debt crisis detection, prevention and resolution , pp 88-104 Downloads
Hung Q Tran
Development of Japan’s credit markets , pp 88-95 Downloads
Hibiki Ichiue
Capital flows, economic performance and economic policy: Argentina’s experience during the last decade , pp 89-101 Downloads
Miguel Angel Pesce
Session II: Chair's initial remarks , pp 89-92 Downloads
Stephany Griffith-Jones
Getting effective macroprudential policy on the road: eight propositions , pp 89-96 Downloads
Dietrich Domanski and Tim Ng
Comments on Raphael Auer and Aaron Mehrotra's paper , pp 91-95 Downloads
Toshitaka Sekine
International capital flows in Argentina , pp 91-97 Downloads
Pedro Lacoste
Comments , pp 91-93 Downloads
Christophe Chamley
The availability and usefulness of real estate data in eastern Asia - a user’s perspective , pp 91-111 Downloads
Boaz Boon
The influence of macroeconomic developments on Austrian banks: implications for banking supervision , pp 91-116 Downloads
Markus Arpa, Irene Giulini, Andreas Ittner and Franz Pauer
Fiscal consolidation and macroeconomic challenges in Brazil , pp 91-102 Downloads
Carlos Hamilton Araujo, Cyntia Azevedo and Silvio Costa
Singapore’s policy of non-internationalisation of the Singapore dollar and the Asian dollar market , pp 93-98 Downloads
Ong Chong Tee
Global slack as a determinant of US inflation , pp 93-98 Downloads
Enrique Martinez-Garcia and Mark Wynne
Banking industry consolidation in Korea , pp 93-101 Downloads
Hyung-Gon Ro
Monetary policy and measures of inflation , pp 93-106 Downloads
Miguel Angel Pesce
The euro and the yen as anchor currencies before and during the financial crisis - comments on Moss's paper "The euro: internationalised at birth" and Takagi's paper "Internationalising the yen, 1984-2003: unfinished agenda or mission impossible?" , pp 93-104 Downloads
Robert McCauley
Too big to fail versus too small to be counted , pp 93-118 Downloads
Mankal Sriram and Vaibhav Chaturvedi
Lending of last resort? A European perspective , pp 93-96 Downloads
Francesco Papadia
The evolution of inflation in Chile since 2000 , pp 93-116 Downloads
Alberto Naudon and Joaquín Vial
Comments on "Local currency bond returns in emerging market economies and the role of foreign investors" , pp 93-95 Downloads
By Jie (Jay) Cao
Credit conditions and the real economy: the elephant in the room , pp 95-101 Downloads
Veronica John Muellbauer and David Williams
The use and effectiveness of macroprudential policies , pp 95-102 Downloads
Eugenio Cerutti, Stijn Claessens and Luc Laeven
Foreign exchange intervention in Colombia , pp 95-125 Downloads
Hernando Vargas-Herrera, Andres Gonzalez and Diego Rodriguez Guzman
Credit card lending distress in Korea in 2003 , pp 95-106 Downloads
Taesoo Kang and Guonan Ma
What have central banks in EMEs learned about the international transmission of monetary policy in recent years? , pp 95-109 Downloads
João Barroso, Emanuel Kohlscheen and Eduardo J A Lima
Comments on "Corporate leverage in emerging Asia" , pp 95-99 Downloads
Dragon Yongjun Tang
Developing the corporate bond market: the Korean experience , pp 96-113 Downloads
Myong-Jong Lee and Soo-Ho Kim
The effectiveness of foreign exchange intervention in emerging market countries , pp 97-113 Downloads
Piti Disyatat and Gabriele Galati
Countercyclical tools: a comparative assessment , pp 97-106 Downloads
Sang Chul Ryoo and Cheol Hong
Why issue bonds offshore? , pp 97-144 Downloads
Susan Black and Anella Munro
Lender of last resort: actions, results and lessons from Mexico's experience during the crisis , pp 97-105 Downloads
José Julián Sidaoui
Corporate bond use in Asia and the United States , pp 97-107 Downloads
Greg Duffee and Peter Hördahl
Responding to exchange rates in a globalised world , pp 97-117 Downloads
Michael Devereux and James Yetman
The international banking crisis and its impact on Argentina , pp 97-111 Downloads
Central Bank of Argentina
Long-term rates and the term premium: evidence from Chile , pp 97-112 Downloads
Sebastian Claro and Carola Moreno
Sovereign debt management as an instrument of monetary policy: an overview , pp 97-118 Downloads
Fabrizio Zampolli
Electronic finance and monetary policy , pp 98-105 Downloads
John Hawkins
Brazil’s stress test of inflation targeting , pp 98-108 Downloads
Afonso S Bevilaqua and Eduardo Loyo
Fiscal rule and central bank issues in Chile , pp 98-106 Downloads
Jorge Marshall
Comments on McCauley’s paper “Consolidating the public debt markets of Asia” , pp 99-100 Downloads
Jungoon Oh
Is financial stability policy now better placed to prevent systemic banking crises? , pp 99-122 Downloads
Agustin Villar
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