6th Annual Conference 2018
Coping with spillovers from policy normalization in advanced economies
A pseudo-panel approach in measuring the marginal propensity to consume out of income and housing wealth for Albanian households.
Are capital controls effective at reestablishing monetary policy independence? Evidence from Colombia.
Foreign Direct Investment in Western Balkans: What is the Right Approach to The Puzzling Panel?
Is foreign lending by local financial institutions affected by monetary policy changes in source countries?
Measuring sensitivity of exports to Global Value Chains and to exchange rate in emerging and developing economies.
Spillovers from USA monetary policy shocks.
The effects of external shocks on Azerbaijan economy.
Workshop Panel 1: Drivers of bank profitability
Determinants of bank profitability in emerging markets.
The influence of monetary policy on net interest margins: evidence from Albania
Comments by: Cédric Tille, the Graduate Institute
Workshop Panel 2: Transmission channel
Assessing the effect of US monetary policy normalization on Latin American economies.
Has the crisis changed the monetary transmission mechanism in Albania? An application of kernel density estimation technique.
Comments by: Matthieu Bussière, Bank of France
Workshop Panel 3: Macroprudential tools
Impulse responses to the “Normalization of Monetary Policy” on Mediterranean region: DSGE and FAVAR analysis.
Reserve requirements as a financial stability instrument.
Comments by: Eric Jondeau, University of Lausanne
Evening presentation: Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti, IMF
Keynote presentation: Marcel Fratzscher, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW)
Policy Panel 1: How do rising rates in advanced economies impact emerging countries?
Policy Panel 2: What tools can emerging economies use in an environment of rising rates?
Policy Panel 3: How should monetary, fiscal and financial policies be coordinated?