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macroeconomic implications of financial deregulation
|Statement||Jacques Melitz and Christian Bordes.|
|Series||Discussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- no.309|
|Contributions||Bordes, Christian., Centre for Economic Policy Research.|
These, however, have tended to focus on macroeconomic issues and less on those concerning securities markets. In order to address this situation, the Emerging Markets Committee (EMC) in November approved a mandate to examine the causes, effects and regulatory implications of the financial and economic turbulence in emerging markets. Section V analyzes the implications of financial crises. The macroeconomic and financial implications of crises are typically severe and share many commonalities across various types. Large output losses are common to many crises, and other macroeconomic variables typically register significant declines.
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International financial deregulation - some macroeconomic implications. Canberra: Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University,  (OCoLC) Description: The process of financial deregulation, and especially the dismantling of direct monetary controls, has been underway for some time now in many financially-developed economies, but little attention has been devoted to analysis of the issues involved in the academic literature.
This book represents an attempt to remedy that deficiency providing, as it does, a detailed analysis of the programmes of financial deregulation. This paper explores the possible macroeconomic consequences of financial deregulation in an institutional environment where deregulation raises risks in banking.
The central bank is assumed to maximize an objective function an argument of which is the probability of bank failure. We will have more to say on this matter later.
Melitz and C. Bordes, Macroeconomic implications of financial deregulation being: namely, high initial underestimates of tr,; a long period of adjustment t; a high relative cost of bank fragility relative to price variance B/A; a strong effect of interest rate variance on the probability of bank failure j; Cited by: M ELITZ, J.
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Financial Deregulation and Integration in East Asia (Volume 5) (National Bureau of Economic Research East Asia Seminar on Format: Hardcover. This book provides an overview of different theoretical perspectives on the long-run transition towards finance-dominated capitalism, on the implications for macroeconomic and financial stability, and ultimately on the recent global financial and economic crisis.
In the first part, the macroeconomics of finance-dominated capitalism, the. Their Macroeconomic Implications of Financial Markets P art IV of this book introduced the international movement of money. It left out, however, the factor that has by now become perhaps the most important aspect remainder of the text is the implications of this financial integration for the operation of the world economy.
Deregulation of the s and 90s allowed financial firms greater freedom to set their own liquidity ratio and types of financial products they offered. Financial deregulation is blamed for some of the credit bubble which preceded the credit crunch of Example: Banking Deregulation.
In the s, banks sought deregulation to allow them to compete globally with less regulated overseas financial firms. They wanted Congress to repeal the Glass-Steagall Act of It prohibited retail banks from using deposits to fund risky stock market purchases.
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Housing policy should consider more seriously the macroeconomic implications of any changes that would impact the elasticity of housing supply.
The need to bring together the financial and the real sides of the housing markets is one of the clearest implications of the housing bust of and the Great Recession that followed it.
Beginning in the s, financial deregulation increased the supply of credit and gave banks more power to control interest rates, 24,25 making debt more difficult to.
Financial Regulation. As you can imagine, the sectors of the economy that feature increased regulation are quite contentious. Obviously, the financial sector and. “In this paper, we quantitatively investigate the macroeconomic and distributional impacts of fiscal consolidations in low-income countries through VAT, PIT, and CIT.
We find that VAT has the least efficiency costs but is highly regressive, while PIT and CIT lead to higher output and consumption drop, but have better distributional implications.
The book considers the effect of monetary volatility on the volatility of financial asset prices and real economic activity. It examines the effect of exchange rate volatility on international trade flows since the introduction of flexible exchange rates in the post financial deregulation.
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Part II, on economic regulation, updates its treatment of the restructuring and deregulation of the telecommunications and electric power industries, and. The increased mobility and volume of international capital flows is a striking trend in international finance.
While countries worldwide have engaged in financial deregulation, nowhere is this pattern more pronounced than in East Asia, where it has affected in unanticipated ways the behavior of exchange rates, interest rates, and capital flows. The current credit market turmoil: financial and macroeconomic implications Presentation by Mr Malcolm D Knight, General Manager of the BIS, at the Group of Thirty International Banking Session on "The Evolving Structure of the World Economic System".
Take the financial newspaper or financial magazines of your country be it the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, The Economic Times, The Economist or; take books written by economists like l Roubini,Dr. Raghuram Rajan and many others, I am pretty sure you will find at least one article or page making a mention about any or all of.This has been particularly true for industries that touch consumers most directly, especially electricity but also other "network" industries such as water and transport.
A new book from NERA Economic Consulting examines some of the key facets of the regulation vs. deregulation vs. reregulation debates in these industries.