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0952: Global spillovers of the Fed information effect Downloads
Marco Pinchetti and Andrzej Szczepaniak
0951: Unlocking new methods to estimate country-specific trade costs and trade elasticities Downloads
Rebecca Freeman, Mario Larch, Angelos Theodorakopoulos and Yoto Yotov
0950: A CBA of APC: analysing approaches to procyclicality reduction in CCP initial margin models Downloads
David Murphy and Nicholas Vause
0949: Credit, crises and inequality Downloads
Jonathan Bridges, Georgina Green and Mark Joy
0948: Refinancing cross-subsidies in the mortgage market Downloads
Jack Fisher, Alessandro Gavazza, Lu Liu, Tarun Ramadorai and Jagdish Tripathy
0946: Does regulation only bite the less profitable? Evidence from the too-big-to-fail reforms Downloads
Tirupam Goel, Ulf Lewrick and Aakriti Mathur
0945: Optimal monetary policy mix at the zero lower bound Downloads
Dario Bonciani and Joonseok Oh
0944: Mark my words: the transmission of central bank communication to the general public via the print media Downloads
Tim Munday and James Brookes
0943: Did the Covid-19 local lockdowns reduce business activity? Evidence from UK SMEs Downloads
James Hurley and Daniel Walker
0942: Risks and global supply chains: what we know and what we need to know Downloads
Richard Baldwin and Rebecca Freeman
0941: Household debt and labour supply Downloads
Philip Bunn, Jagjit Chadha, Thomas Lazarowicz, Stephen Millard and Emma Rockall
0940: Foreign vulnerabilities, domestic risks: the global drivers of GDP-at-Risk Downloads
Simon Lloyd, Ed Manuel and Konstantin Panchev
0939: Preferred habitat investors in the UK government bond market Downloads
Julia Giese, Michael Joyce, Jack Meaning and Jack Worlidge
0938: Risk-taking and uncertainty: do contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds increase the risk appetite of banks? Downloads
Mahmoud Fatouh, Ioana Neamțu and Sweder van Wijnbergen
0937: Comparing minds and machines: implications for financial stability Downloads
Marcus Buckmann, Andy Haldane and Anne-Caroline Hüser
0936: Mortgage pricing and monetary policy Downloads
Matteo Benetton, Alessandro Gavazza and Paolo Surico
0935: Corporate debt booms, financial constraints and the investment nexus Downloads
Bruno Albuquerque
0934: The transmission of Keynesian supply shocks Downloads
Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi and Andrea Ferrero
0933: Imperfect pass-through to deposit rates and monetary policy transmission Downloads
Alberto Polo
0932: Dash for dollars Downloads
Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi and Fernando Eguren-Martin
0931: A tail of three occasionally-binding constraints: a modelling approach to GDP-at-Risk Downloads
David Aikman, Kristina Bluwstein and Sudipto Karmakar
0930: The impact of machine learning and big data on credit markets Downloads
Peter Eccles, Paul Grout, Paolo Siciliani and Anna Zalewska
0929: Gender, age and nationality diversity in UK banks Downloads
Joel Suss, Marilena Angeli and Peter Eckley
0928: Flexible inflation targeting with active fiscal policy Downloads
Richard Harrison
0927: Identifying the transmission channels of credit supply shocks to household debt: price and non-price effects Downloads
Alexandra Varadi
0926: Price discrimination and mortgage choice Downloads
Jamie Coen, Anil Kashyap and May Rostom
0925: Sectoral comovement, monetary policy and the credit channel Downloads
Federico Di Pace and Christoph Görtz
0924: Impacts of the Covid-19 crisis: evidence from 2 million UK SMEs Downloads
James Hurley, Sudipto Karmakar, Elena Markoska, Eryk Walczak and Danny Walker
0923: Forecasting UK GDP growth with large survey panels Downloads
Nikoleta Anesti, Eleni Kalamara and George Kapetanios
0922: Measure for measure: evidence on the relative performance of regulatory requirements for small and large banks Downloads
Austen Sanders and Matthew Willison
0921: Income inequality, mortgage debt and house prices Downloads
Sevim Kösem
0920: Unemployment risk, liquidity traps and monetary policy Downloads
Dario Bonciani and Joonseok Oh
0919: The consumption response to borrowing constraints in the mortgage market Downloads
Belinda Tracey and Neeltje Van Horen
0918: Climate policy and transition risk in the housing market Downloads
Konstantinos Ferentinos, Alex Gibberd and Benjamin Guin
0917: Slow recoveries, endogenous growth and macroprudential policy Downloads
Dario Bonciani, David Gauthier and Derrick Kanngiesser
0916: Interactions of capital and liquidity requirements: a review of the literature Downloads
Quynh-Anh Vo
0915: Forecasting UK inflation bottom up
Andreas Joseph, Eleni Kalamara, George Kapetanios and Galina Potjagailo
0914: Monetary policy surprises and their transmission through term premia and expected interest rates Downloads
Iryna Kaminska, Haroon Mumtaz and Roman Sustek
0913: Uneven growth: automation’s impact on income and wealth inequality Downloads
Benjamin Moll, Lukasz Rachel and Pascual Restrepo
0912: Organisational culture and bank risk Downloads
Joel Suss, David Bholat, Alex Gillespie and Tom Reader
0911: Optimal policy with occasionally binding constraints: piecewise linear solution methods Downloads
Richard Harrison and Matt Waldron
0910: How does the repo market behave under stress? Evidence from the Covid-19 crisis Downloads
Anne-Caroline Hüser, Caterina Lepore and Luitgard Veraart
0909: Solvency distress contagion risk: network structure, bank heterogeneity and systemic resilience Downloads
Kumushoy Abduraimova and Paul Nahai-Williamson
0908: Revisiting the New Keynesian policy paradoxes under QE Downloads
Dario Bonciani and Joonseok Oh
0907: Banks, shadow banks, and business cycles Downloads
Yvan Becard and David Gauthier
0906: On the origin of systemic risk Downloads
Mattia Montagna, Gabriele Torri and Giovanni Covi
0905: The more the merrier? Evidence from the global financial crisis on the value of multiple requirements in bank regulation Downloads
Marcus Buckmann, Paula Gallego Marquez, Mariana Gimpelewicz, Sujit Kapadia and Katie Rismanchi
0904: Macroprudential policy interactions in a sectoral DSGE model with staggered interest rates Downloads
Marc Hinterschweiger, Kunal Khairnar, Tolga Ozden and Tom Stratton
0903: The earned income tax credit: targeting the poor but crowding out wealth Downloads
Maren Froemel and Charles Gottlieb
0902: The macroprudential toolkit: effectiveness and interactions Downloads
Stephen Millard, Margarita Rubio and Alexandra Varadi
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