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The Journal of Economic Perspectives, ISSN 0895-3309, 1/2011, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 3 - 28
Many observers have argued that the regulatory framework in place prior to the global financial crisis was deficient because it was largely "microprudential"... 
Bank assets | Capital requirements | Shadow banks | Symposium: Financial Regulation after the Crisis | Bank loans | Macroprudential regulation | Economic regulation | Equity | Bank capital | Banking regulation | Capital structure | BANK RUNS | LENDING RELATIONSHIPS | LIQUIDITY | Many observers have argued that the regulatory framework in place prior to the global financial crisis was deficient because it was largely "microprudential" in nature. A microprudential approach is one in which regulation is partial equilibrium in its conception and aimed at preventing the costly failure of individual financial institutions. By contrast, a "macroprudential" approach recognizes the importance of general equilibrium effects, and seeks to safeguard the financial system as a whole. In the aftermath of the crisis, there seems to be agreement among both academics and policymakers that financial regulation needs to move in a macroprudential direction. In this paper, we offer a detailed vision for how a macroprudential regime might be designed. Our prescriptions follow from a specific theory of how modern financial crises unfold and why both an unregulated financial system, as well as one based on capital rules that only apply to traditional banks, is likely to be fragile. We begin by identifying the key market failures at work: why individual financial firms, acting in their own interests, deviate from what a social planner would have them do. Next, we discuss a number of concrete steps to remedy these market failures. We conclude the paper by comparing our proposals to recent regulatory reforms in the United States and to proposed global banking reforms | INVESTMENT | DEPOSIT INSURANCE | ECONOMICS | Financial institutions | Management | Laws, regulations and rules | Financial services industry | Market failures | Analysis | Studies | Regulation of financial institutions | Bank failures | Economic theory | Equilibrium | Economic crisis
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Journal of International Economics, ISSN 0022-1996, 03/2016, Volume 99, pp. S27 - S42
International capital flows can create significant financial instability in emerging economies. Does this make it optimal to impose capital controls or should... 
Financial stability | Pecuniary externalities | Capital flows | Capital controls | Macroprudential regulation | Inequality | STOPS | ECONOMICS | FLOWS | Laws, regulations and rules | Emerging markets
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Journal of Monetary Economics, ISSN 0304-3932, 10/2017, Volume 90, pp. 113 - 124
Credit cycle stabilization can be a rationale for imposing counter-cyclical capital requirements on banks. The model comprises two productive sectors: in one... 
Credit fluctuations | Sectoral misallocation of capital | Macroprudential regulation | LIQUIDITY | MARKETS | SECTOR | MONETARY-POLICY | FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION | LEVERAGE | EXTERNALITIES | BUSINESS, FINANCE | EQUILIBRIUM | ECONOMIES | ECONOMICS | CRISES | Bank capital | Banks (Finance) | Financial markets | Bank loans | Analysis
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International Affairs (Royal Institute of International Affairs 1944-), ISSN 0020-5850, 5/2010, Volume 86, Issue 3, pp. 647 - 663
A growing number of respected commentators now argue that regulatory capture of public agencies and public policy by leading banks was one of the main causal... 
Industrial regulation | Commercial regulation | Macroprudential regulation | Economic regulation | Bank capital | Banking regulation | Financial regulation | Political regulation | Regulatory reform | Banking crises | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | Regulation | Politics | Government | International finance | International banking
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Macroeconomic Dynamics, ISSN 1365-1005, 2018, pp. 1 - 24
Anticipating a bailout in the event of a crisis distorts financial intermediaries’ incentives in multiple dimensions. Bailout payments can, for example, lead... 
Liquidation Cost | Time-Inconsistency | Bailouts | Macroprudential Policy
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Journal of Financial Economic Policy, ISSN 1757-6385, 05/2018, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp. 264 - 274
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Regulation & Governance, ISSN 1748-5983, 12/2013, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp. 417 - 434
This article focuses on the transformatory potential of macroprudential ideas following the financial crash of 2008, examining how they are being mediated by... 
macroprudential | paradigms | regulatory change | incremental | financial regulation | Regulatory change | Incremental | Financial regulation | Paradigms | Macroprudential | LAW | POLITICAL SCIENCE | PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
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Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, ISSN 0308-518X, 5/2018, Volume 50, Issue 3, pp. 709 - 729
This article explores the prospects of stabilising financialisation in Europe as a spatial-temporal fix for Anglo-American capitalism’s crisis-tendencies. We... 
financialisation | macroprudential regulation | Sweden | Europe | FINANCE | POLITICAL-ECONOMY | CRISIS | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | GEOGRAPHY
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Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, ISSN 0022-2879, 12/2016, Volume 48, Issue 8, pp. 1753 - 1785
I study rollover risk in wholesale funding markets when intermediaries hold liquidity ex ante and fire sales may occur ex post. Multiple equilibria exist in a... 
macroprudential | global game | G11 | G01 | liquidity | G28 | rollover risk | bank funding | PRICES | MARKETS | COORDINATION | RUNS | BUSINESS, FINANCE | EQUILIBRIUM | ECONOMICS | CRISES | VOLATILITY | Economic aspects | Forecasts and trends | Liquidity (Finance)
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Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, ISSN 0022-2879, 05/2019
Models in the infinite horizon macro-housing literature often assume that borrowers are constrained exclusively by the loan-to-value (LTV) ratio. Motivated by... 
Economics | Economics and Business | Social Sciences | E44 | E32 | G21 | Ekonomi och näringsliv | E58 | R21 | Samhällsvetenskap | debt to GDP | loan-to-value ratio | Nationalekonomi | occasionally binding constraints | macroprudential policy | borrowing constraints | debt-service-to-income ratio | household indebtedness
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European Economic Review, ISSN 0014-2921, 06/2017, Volume 95, pp. 125 - 141
We present new evidence on the macroeconomic effects of changes in microprudential bank capital requirements, using confidential regulatory data from the Basel... 
Macroprudential policy | Basel III | Bank lending and the macroeconomy | Bank capital regulation | Housing market | UNITED-STATES | REQUIREMENTS | BUSINESS-CYCLE | SUPPLY SHOCKS | HOUSING-MARKET | MONETARY-POLICY | RISK | SPREADS | CREDIT CRUNCH | BANKS | ECONOMICS | Laws, regulations and rules | Analysis | Monetary policy | Bank capital | Macroeconomics | Banks (Finance) | Mortgages
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Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, ISSN 0022-2879, 12/2012, Volume 44, Issue 2, pp. 73 - 109
Evidence suggests that banks tend to lend a lot during booms and very little during recessions. We propose a simple explanation for this phenomenon. We show... 
Bank assets | Bank credit | Investors | Bank loans | Capital investments | Bank capital | Bankers | Macroeconomics | Banking regulation | Financial investments | macroprudential regulation | investment externalities | D86 | bank credit fluctuations | G28 | G21 | Investment externalities | Macroprudential regulation | Bank credit fluctuations | BUSINESS, FINANCE | ECONOMICS
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Journal of Macroeconomics, ISSN 0164-0704, 10/2019, p. 103161
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Journal of Financial Intermediation, ISSN 1042-9573, 04/2015, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp. 178 - 199
The use of collateral has become one of the most widespread risk mitigation techniques. While it brings stabilizing effects to the individual cash lender, it... 
Shadow banking | Contagion | Systemic risk | Margin call | Repo | Macroprudential | FIRE SALES | BUSINESS, FINANCE | LIQUIDITY | RISK | LEVERAGE | Studies | Banks | Corporate planning | Collateral | Risk management | Analysis
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2014, ISBN 1137439092, xxv, 302
Macroprudential policies, tools and supervision have become important since the last financial crisis. This book addresses general and methodological issues... 
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Journal of International Economics, ISSN 0022-1996, 03/2016, Volume 99, pp. 192 - 222
This paper examines the incentives of national regulators to coordinate capital adequacy requirements in the presence of systemic risk in global financial... 
International policy coordination | Systemic risk | Macroprudential capital requirements | POOR COUNTRIES | STABILITY | LIQUIDITY CRISES | MARKET EQUILIBRIUM | CAPITAL FLOW | COMPETITION | CONSTRAINTS | RICH | ECONOMICS | REAL INTEREST-RATES | Laws, regulations and rules | Financial markets | Federal Reserve banks
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Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, ISSN 0022-2879, 03/2016, Volume 48, Issue 2-3, pp. 415 - 448
In an economy with financial frictions, banks endogenously choose excessive leverage and maturity mismatch in equilibrium, as they fail to internalize the risk... 
macroprudential | capital | E44 | regulation | G21 | microprudential | liquidity | G28 | G18 | banking | fire sales | Microprudential | Banking | Liquidity | Regulation | Capital | Macroprudential | Fire sales | MARKETS | INFORMATION | RISK | DEBT | EXTERNALITIES | BUSINESS, FINANCE | INVESTMENT | ECONOMICS | CRISES | Bank capital | Equilibrium (Economics) | Bank failures | Analysis | Liquidity (Finance)
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Applied Economics Letters, ISSN 1350-4851, 05/2018, Volume 25, Issue 9, pp. 580 - 583
We look at the interaction between the zero lower bound (ZLB) and flexible macroprudential regulation (FMR). After an adverse demand shock, FMR contributes to... 
E52 | financial stability | E44 | E32 | (Flexible) macroprudential regulation | zero lower bound | G21 | G28 | ECONOMICS | Economic theory | Regulation | Macroeconomics
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CENTRAL BANKING, ISSN 1815-4654, 03/2017, Volume 13, pp. 435 - 476
Domestic prudential regulation can have unintended effects across borders and may be less effective in an environment where banks operate globally. Using U.S.... 
BUSINESS, FINANCE | MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES
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Finance Research Letters, ISSN 1544-6123, 06/2019, Volume 29, pp. 373 - 378
This paper empirically tests the theories concerning bank lending, economic policy uncertainty (EPU), and national prudential regulations. Using bank level... 
Prudential regulation | Economic policy uncertainty | Bank lending | Macroprudential policies | BUSINESS, FINANCE | Economic policy | Business schools | Laws, regulations and rules | Bank loans | Banks (Finance) | Banking law
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