A New Dataset of Macroprudential Policy Governance Structures
Rochelle Edge () and
J. Nellie Liang ()
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J. Nellie Liang: https://www.brookings.edu/experts/nellie-liang/
No 2017-11-07, IFDP Notes from Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)
Governance structures are a critical part of a framework for implementing macroprudential policy, alongside methodologies for measuring and monitoring systemic risk, and analyses to understand the impact of policies that may be used to mitigate risk. As part of various research projects to study macroprudential policy frameworks, we have compiled a new dataset of governance structures in 58 countries. This note documents the construction of our dataset, including the decisions that we made concerning the countries and governance-structure facts to record in our dataset, and it discusses the approach that we followed for collecting this information.
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