Central bank balance sheets and monetary policy

Idris Ademuyiwa, Pierre Siklos, Samantha St. Amand 08 November 2018

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Since the Global Crisis, many central banks have used balance sheet interventions – including quantitative easing, credit easing, and emergency lending assistance – to pursue their monetary policy objectives and address concerns with financial system stability. Changes in both the size and composition of central banks’ balance sheets have since become an indicator of the stance of monetary policy (e.g.

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Topics:  Financial regulation and banking Monetary policy

Tags:  central banking, balance sheet accounting, monetary policy stance, Taylor rule, monetary policy trade-off, central bank's balance sheet

Ten lessons for development

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Development Poverty and income inequality

New ways to measure volatility

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Financial markets

Housing and the economy

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Macroeconomic policy

Why education reduces crime

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Education
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crime, school leaving age, dynamic incapacitation

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Reforming the EU fiscal framework: A proposal by the European Fiscal Board

Roel Beetsma, Niels Thygesen, Alessandro Cugnasca, Eloïse Orseau, Polyvios Eliofotou, Stefano Santacroce 26 October 2018

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This column is a lead commentary in the VoxEU Debate "Euro Area Reform"

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A European Stability Fund for the EMU

ADEMU has produced an eBook in conjunction with VoxEU.org, with detailed research and policy proposals. In this series of videos, the book's authors summarise their work and findings. You can download the book here

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EU institutions

The making of modern London

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Productivity and Innovation
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transport, urban agglomeration, London, steam engines, commute, travel times, railway, Population growth

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Fixing the euro needs to go beyond economics

Anne-Laure Delatte 23 October 2018

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This column is a lead commentary in the VoxEU Debate "Euro Area Reform"

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Topics:  EU institutions EU policies

Tags:  VoxEU debate, euro area reform, Euro crisis

The psychology of scarcity

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Poverty and income inequality

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