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Monetary Policy after the Crisis

Marek Belka, Jens Thomsen, Kim Abildgren, Pietro Catte, Pietro Cova (), Patrizio Pagano (), Ignazio Visco, Petar Chobanov (), Amine Lahiani, Nikolay Nenovsky (), Cristina Badarau (), Gregory Levieuge (), Tomasz Łyziak, Jan Przystypa, Ewa Stanisławska, Ewa Wróbel () and Urszula Szczerbowicz
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Jan Przystupa ()

No 2011/3 in SUERF Studies from SUERF - The European Money and Finance Forum, currently edited by Natacha Valla

Abstract: On 4 March 2011, SUERF – The European Money and Finance Forum and the National Bank of Poland jointly organised a conference on the theme of: "Monetary Policy after the Crisis". Following a call for papers with a large number of submissions, the scientific committee selected 9 papers, which were grouped in three sessions addressing the following three research questions: First, what have we learnt from the crisis for the conduct of monetary policy? Second, what have we learnt from the crisis for the coordination of monetary, fiscal and macroprudential policies. And third, how did the Monetary Transmission Mechanism during the crisis function, and what can we expect for the future?

Keywords: Fixed exchange rate regimes, Denmark, monetary policy, foreign exchange policy; global imbalances, financial crisis, monetary policy, macroprudential regulations, structural regimes; money markets, sovereign CDS spreads, EU enlargement, monetary regimes, financial crisis; euro area, financial heterogeneity, monetary and budgetary policy rules, DSGE model, optimization; Monetary transmission mechanism, emerging economy; unconventional monetary policy, inflation expectations, long-term interest rates, Libor-OIS spread (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E5 E52 F31 F42 F43 F47 G15 E43 F34 G10 P20 C61 E44 E58 E63 E51 G01 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
ISBN: 978-3-902109-58-3
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