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Principles of International Finance and Open Economy Macroeconomics: Theories, Applications, and Policies

by Cristina Terra

Principles of International Finance and Open Economy Macroeconomics: Theories, Applications, and Policies presents a macroeconomic framework for understanding and analyzing the global economy from the perspectives...

Protection and Communism

by Frederic Bastiat

The real object of M. Bastiat is to expose the unsoundness and injustice of the system of Protection. He does this partly by a dexterous reference to the theory of Communism, and shows, with logical force and...

Economic Sophisms Vol II

by Frederic Bastiat

Why should I go on tormenting myself with this dry and dreary science of Political Economy? Why? The question is reasonable. Labour of every kind is in itself sufficiently repugnant to warrant one in asking...

Economic Sophisms Vol I

by Frederic Bastiat

My design in this little volume is to refute some of the arguments which are urged against the Freedom of Trade. I do not propose to engage in a contest with the protectionists; but rather to instil a principle...

Systemic Risk:A New Trade-off for Monetary Policy?

by Stefan Laseen & Andrea Pescatori

We introduce time-varying systemic risk in an otherwise standard New-Keynesian model to study whether a simple leaning-against-the-wind policy can reduce systemic risk and improve welfare. We find that an unexpected...

The Macroeconomic Relevance of Credit Flows:An Exploration of U.S. Data

by Alexander Herman & Deniz Igan

This paper exploits the Financial Accounts of the United States to derive long time series of bank and nonbank credit to different sectors, and to examine the cyclical behavior of these series in relation to...

Does Easing Monetary Policy Increase Financial Instability?

by Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi & Alessandro Rebucci

This paper develops a model featuring both a macroeconomic and a financial friction that speaks to the interaction between monetary and macro-prudential policies. There are two main results. First, real interest...

Global Financial Spillovers to Emerging Market Sovereign Bond Markets

by Christian Ebeke & Annette Kyobe

Foreign holdings of emerging markets (EMs) government bonds have increased substantially over the last decade. While foreign participation in local-currency sovereign bond markets provides an additional source...

Assessing Default Risks for Chinese Firms:A Lost Cause?

by Daniel Law & Shaun K. Roache

Assessing default risks for Chinese firms is hard. Standard measures of risk using market indicators may be unreliable because of implicit guarantees, the large role played by less-informed investors, and other...

What Every Economics Student Needs to Know and Doesn't Get in the Usual Principles Text

by John Komlos

This short book explores a core group of 40 topics that tend to go unexplored in an Introductory Economics course. Though not a replacement for an introductory text, the work is intended as a supplement to provoke...

What Really Drives Public Debt:A Holistic Approach

by Pablo Anaya & Alex Pienkowski

This paper presents a novel approach to detail the propagation of shocks to public debt. The modeling technique involves a structural vector auto-regression (SVAR) estimator with an endogenous debt accumulation...

The Journey to Inflation Targeting:Easier Said than Done The Case for Transitional Arrangements along the Road

by Bernard Laurens & Kelly Eckhold

Countries with evolving monetary regimes that decide to embark on “the Journey to inflation targeting” may not be able to adopt a full-fledged inflation targeting regime immediately. Those countries would...

Estimation and out-of-sample Prediction of Sudden Stops:Do Regions of Emerging Markets Behave Differently from Each Other?

by Fabio Comelli

We identify episodes of sudden stops in emerging economies and estimate the probability to observe them. Sudden stops are more likely when global growth falters, risk aversion in financial markets rises, and...

Inflation-Forecast Targeting:Applying the Principle of Transparency

by Kevin Clinton & Charles Freedman

Many central banks in emerging and advanced economies have adopted an inflation-forecast targeting (IFT) approach to monetary policy, in order to successfully establish a stable, low-inflation environment. To...

Avoiding Dark Corners:A Robust Monetary Policy Framework for the United States

by Ali Alichi & Kevin Clinton

The Fed has taken several steps towards strengthening its monetary framework over the past several years. Those steps have supported the Fed’s efforts to stimulate the economy through forward guidance despite...

Unveiling the Effects of Foreign Exchange Intervention:A Panel Approach

by Gustavo Adler & Noemie Lisack

We study the effect of foreign exchange intervention on the exchange rate relying on an instrumental-variables panel approach. We find robust evidence that intervention affects the level of the exchange rate...

Monetary Policy in India:Transmission to Bank Interest Rates

by Sonali Das

This paper provides new evidence on the credit channel of monetary policy transmission in India. Using stepwise estimation of vector error correction models, the analysis finds significant, albeit slow, pass-through...

Push Factors and Capital Flows to Emerging Markets:Why Knowing Your Lender Matters More Than Fundamentals

by Eugenio Cerutti & Stijn Claessens

This paper analyzes the behavior of gross capital inflows across 34 emerging markets (EMs). We first confirm that aggregate inflows to EMs co-move considerably. We then report three findings: (i) the aggregate...

Gauging Housing Supply in Canada:A Stock Approach

by Julien Reynaud

This paper estimates Canada’s housing stock to gauge the supply-side component of the recent exuberance in the Canadian housing sector. The paper adds to the current related literature by focusing on housing...

Enhancing Macroeconomic Resilience to Natural Disasters and Climate Change in the Small States of the Pacific

by Ezequiel Cabezon & Leni Hunter

Natural disasters and climate change are interrelated macro-critical issues affecting all Pacific small states to varying degrees. In addition to their devastating human costs, these events damage growth prospects...