5th Annual Conference 2017
Macroprudential policy: Taking stock of the state of the art, and ways forward
Addressing risks and promoting financial stability: The case of Vietnam.
Exploring leading indicators of banking crisis in the case of Albania.
Online price setting: Facts about exchange rate pass-through.
Relevance of the fiscal-policy setup in the analysis of macroprudential and ex-post financial crisis interventions.
The capacity utilization gap as an alternative.
The size of fiscal multipliers and the stance of monetary policy in developing economies.
Workshop Panel 1: Financial cycle and macroprudential policy
A financial cycle for Albania.
Macroprudential policies in Peru: the effects of dynamics provisioning and conditional reserve requirements.
Evaluating the impact of macroprudential policies on credit growth in Colombia.
Comments by: Eric Jondeau, University of Lausanne
Workshop Panel 2: Monetary policy impact and conduct
Has inflation targeting anchored inflation expectations? Evidence from Peru
Monetary policy and the financial decisions of firms - empirical study in Vietnam.
Forecasting foreign reserves in Bosnia and Herzegovina using Box-Jenkings methodology.
Comments by: Ole Rummel, SEACEN
Keynote presentation: Richhild Moessner, Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
Policy Panel 1: The effectiveness of macroprudential measures.
Chair: Ugo Panizza, the Graduate Institute
Policy Panel 2: The interaction between monetary and macroprudential policies.
Chair: Cédric Tille, BCC & the Graduate Institute
Policy Panel 3: The international dimension.
Chair: Alexandre Swoboda, the Graduate Institute