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International coordination of macroprudential policy

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Given cross-border spillovers from macroprudential policy, international policy coordination may improve global welfare. This paper's contribution is to investigate the benefits of policy coordination in a setting where some countries are "foreign-banked", meaning their bank sector assets are mostly held by foreign credit institutions. I use a two-country model where one of the countries is foreign-banked, and where each country has a borrower subject to a collateralised borrowing constrai...

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SSD
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Economics
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MPhil
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Masters
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University of Oxford

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