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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

StatementRichard A. Brealey ... [et al.]
SeriesCentral Bank Governors" Symposium series
ContributionsBrealey, Richard A
LC ClassificationsHG1811 .F56 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 254 p. :
Number of Pages254
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17015674M
ISBN 100415257751, 041525776X
LC Control Number2001019129

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  This book addresses the latter and stresses a major shift in most countries toward a better understanding of financial stability and how it can be achieved. In particular, the papers in this volume examine the recent change in emphasis at central banks with regard to financial stability. An overview of present day thought on the very topical subject of financial stability and central banking. The papers, written by leading researchers, provide a highly informed account of contemporary policy issues and explore the legal, regulatory, managerial and economic issues that affect central banks.5/5(1). ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Financial stability and central banks / Peter Sinclair --Financial stability and the central banks / Juliette Healey --The organizational structure of banking supervision / Charles Goodhart --Alternative approaches to regulation and corporate governance in financial. Abstract The depth and breadth of the ongoing financial crisis motivates a review of financial stability frameworks and within that the role of central banks in financial stability. This paper contributes in four ways. The paper reviews the tools that are typically at the disposal of central banks .

Čihák, M., Price stability, financial stability, and central bank independence. In: Oesterreichische Nationalbank (Ed.), 38th Economics Conference Central Banking after the Crisis. Central banks and financial stability Remarks by T. Padoa-Schioppa, Member of the Executive Board EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, Jakarta, 7 July It is a great pleasure for me to be here today at the invitation of the Central Bank of Indonesia and to have the opportunity to share with you my views on the importance of financial stability and, in particular, the role central banks play in. Climate change poses new challenges to central banks, regulators and supervisors. This book reviews ways of addressing these new risks within central banks' financial stability mandate. However, integrating climate-related risk analysis into financial stability monitoring is particularly challenging because of the radical uncertainty associated with a physical, social and economic phenomenon. Central Banking takes a comprehensive look at the topic of central banking, and provides readers with an understanding and insights into the roles and functions of modern central banks in advanced as well as emerging economies, theories behind their thinking, and actual operations practices. The book takes a systematic approach to the topic.

Using the text of nancial stability reports (FSRs) published by central banks, we analyze the relation between the nancial cycle and the sentiment conveyed in these ocial communications.   BARCELONA – The global financial crisis that erupted in transformed the role of central bankers and the scale and scope of their policy toolkit. Today, financial stability is once again at the core of central banks’ missions, and interest rates in a number of rich countries are likely to remain at or even below zero for some time. In this book prominent academics and central bankers explore the framework for securing financial stability in a changing environment. The papers focus in particular on the following crucial issues for central banks and regulatory institutions around the world: (i) the implications of recent changes in the financial system worldwide for financial stability; (ii) an optimal design of prudential.   Douglas D Evanoff (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, USA), Cornelia Holthausen (European Central Bank, Germany), George G Kaufman (Loyola University Chicago, USA) and ; Manfred Kremer (European Central Bank, Germany).