Category: Monetary Policy

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Monetary Policy

Historical patterns in central banking

Have central banks been passive prior to the 1970s?  Does de jure central bank independence translate into defacto independence?

Monetary Policy

Women in central banking

New research on why there are few women central bankers.

Monetary Policy

How much monetary tightening is in order?

It might be time for central banks in advanced countries to start easing the tightening cycle.

Monetary Policy

On monetary policy transmission

New research on how monetary policy is transmitted to the economy when there are heterogeneous banks and incomplete markets; or heterogeneous household with bounded rationality.

Monetary Policy

As liquidity is drying up…

Is what happened in the UK government bonds market last week an early warning of potential financial instability in advanced economies?

Monetary Policy

Household indebtedness

How is monetary policy affecting household debt?

Monetary Policy

Monetary policy and financial stability

New research on how central banks should condition monetary policy on financial vulnerability.

Monetary Policy

On the UK bond market rout

What triggered the Bank of England’s intervention in the UK bond market last week.

Monetary Policy

Some new challenges for central banks

The pandemic has given rise to new challenges for central banks. These include: uncertainty over the trajectory of r* and the increasing importance of NFBIs.

Monetary Policy

Machine learning in macro modelling

New research on how deep reinforcement learning can be used to model bounded rationality and neural networks to estimate nonlinear HANK models.

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