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Combining micro and macro statistical data for financial stability analysis

Irving Fisher Committee

No 41 in IFC Bulletins from Bank for International Settlements

Date: 2016 Written 2016-05
ISBN: 978-92-9197-479-5
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Chapters in this book:

A micro-powered model of mortgage default risk for full recourse economies, with an application to the case of Chile Downloads
Diego Avanzini, Juan Francisco Martínez and Víctor Pérez
Aggregate macroprudential statistics from micro supervisory data. Conceptual and operational issues Downloads
Gaia Barbic, Stefano Borgioli and Jan Klacso
Approach to the assessment of credit risk for non-financial corporations. Evidence from Poland Downloads
Natalia Nehrebecka
Closing information gaps at the global level - what micro data can bring Downloads
Bruno Tissot
Closing remarks Downloads
Turalay Kenç
Combining micro and macro data for financial stability analysis - Overview Downloads
Kaushik Jayaram and Bruno Tissot
Deriving household indebtedness indicators by linking micro and macro balance sheet data Downloads
Juha Honkkila and Ilja Kristian Kavonius
Determinants of credit in the Polish banking sector before and after the GFC according to information from the NBP Senior Loan Officer Survey. Does supply or demand matter? Downloads
Zuzanna Wosko
Discussion of session Downloads
Laura Vajanne
Discussion of session Downloads
Bruno Tissot
Discussion of session Downloads
Pietro Franchini
Discussion of session / Reforming regulatory reporting - from templates to cubes Downloads
Maciej Piechocki and Tim Dabringhausen
Fluctuations of cross-border portfolio investment flows caused by Japan's mutual funds: fund-level micro data analysis Downloads
Naoto Osawa
How to keep statistics' customers happy? Use micro-databases! Downloads
Filipa Lima and Ines Drumond
In pursuit of patterns of economic behaviours using cluster and correspondence analysis Downloads
Arkadiusz Florczak, Janusz Jablonowski and Michal Kupc
Indonesia financial system statistics: a combination of micro and macro data Downloads
Andy Johan Prasetyo, Astri Octiana Lana and Irfan Sampe
Insights from matched firm-bond level data: market of issuance and credit quality Downloads
Alberto Fuertes and Jose Maria Serena Garralda
Macroprudential policy frameworks, instruments and indicators: a review Downloads
Kaushik Jayaram and Blaise Gadanecz
Malaysia's experience in managing credit registers: integrating micro databases for macro analysis Downloads
Nur Fazila Mat Salleh
Market concentration in the euro area bond markets - An application with granular sectoral securities holdings statistics / Investor heterogeneity and international portfolio holdings: Estimating a gravity model with security-by-security data Downloads
Martijn Boermans and Robert Vermeulen
Micro evidence on foreign exchange liabilities and the exchange rate risk in non-financial firms in Turkey: a descriptive analysis Downloads
Cihan Yalcin and Timur Hulagu
Network analysis using EMIR credit default swap data: micro-level evidence from Irish-domiciled special purpose vehicles (SPVs) Downloads
Kitty Moloney, Oisin Kenny and Neill Killeen
On the dynamics of the primary housing market and the forecasting of house prices Downloads
Krzysztof Olszewski, Hanna Augustyniak, Jacek Laszek, Robert Leszczynski and Joanna Waszczuk
Opening remarks Downloads
Turalay Kenç
Opening remarks Downloads
Masahiro Higo
Reporting of derivatives transactions in Europe Downloads
Malgorzata Osiewicz, Linda Fache-Rousova and Kirsi-Maria Kulmala
Setting-up the transmission of individual MFI statistics on balance sheet items and interest rates across the Eurosystem Downloads
Graziella Morandi and Piotr Bojaruniec
Shadow banking: some considerations for measurements purposes Downloads
Anna Maria Agresti
Systemic risk, interbank market contagion, and the lender of last resort function Downloads
Marcin Jerzy Michalski, Michael Bowe and Olga Kolokolova
The Bundesbank's Research Data and Service Centre (RDSC) - Gateway to treasures of micro data on the German Financial System Downloads
Stefan Bender and Patricia Staab
The Centralised Securities Database (CSDB) - Standardised micro data for financial stability purposes Downloads
Asier Cornejo Pérez and Javier Huerga
The impact of market structure and the business cycle on bank profitability: does the SCP paradigm work? A case study in Poland prior to and during the financial crisis Downloads
Małgorzata Pawłowska
The Portuguese Central Credit Register: a powerful multipurpose tool, relevant for many central bank functions Downloads
João Cadete de Matos
Understanding long-term mortgage arrears in Ireland: insights from macro and micro data Downloads
Jean Cassidy
Which households are really financially distressed: how micro data could inform the macroprudential policy Downloads
Piotr Banbula, Arkadiusz Kotula, Joanna Gabriela Przeworska and Paweł Strzelecki

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