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Comparative assessment of macroprudential policies

Valentina Bruno, Ilhyock Shim and Hyun Song Shin

No 502, BIS Working Papers from Bank for International Settlements

Abstract: This paper provides a comparative assessment of the effectiveness of macroprudential policies in 12 Asia-Pacific economies, using comprehensive databases of domestic macroprudential policies and capital flow management (CFM) policies. We find that banking sector CFM polices and bond market CFM policies are effective in slowing down banking inflows and bond inflows, respectively. We also find some evidence of spillover effects of these policies. Finally, regarding the interaction of monetary policy and macroprudential policies, our empirical findings suggest that macroprudential policies are more successful when they complement monetary policy by reinforcing monetary tightening, than when they act in opposite directions.

Keywords: macroprudential policy; capital flow management policy; interest rate policy; complementarity; Asia-Pacific (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2015-06
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