Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification E44: Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy

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Financial crisis, US unconventional monetary policy and international spillovers

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 494, 17.03.2015)

JEL: E43, E44, E52, E65, F42, F47

Explaining Bond and Equity Premium Puzzles Jointly in a DSGE Model

Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the central bank of Hungary) Working papers [View] (Paper: 2015/01, 11.03.2015)

JEL: E13, E31, E43, E44, E62

Does bank liquidity creation contribute to economic growth? Evidence from Russia

Bank of Finland BOFIT Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 2015/07, 09.03.2015)

JEL: E44, G21

Discussion Paper 6/2015: Toward robust early-warning models: A horse race, ensembles and model uncertainty

Bank of Finland Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 2015/06, 04.03.2015)

JEL: C43, E44, F30, G01

Corporate Debt Structure and the Financial Crisis

European Central Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 1759, 12.02.2015)

JEL: C68, E32, E44, G23

Why does financial sector growth crowd out real economic growth?

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 490, 12.02.2015)

JEL: D92, E22, E44, O4

Credit Supply and the Housing Boom

New York Fed Staff reports [View] (Paper: 709, 05.02.2015)

JEL: E32, E44

Shock Transmission through International Banks: Austria

Austrian National Bank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 199, 27.01.2015)

JEL: E44, F30, G18, G21, G32

Bank capital shock propagation via syndicated interconnectedness

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 484, 27.01.2015)

JEL: E32, E44, E52, G12, G20

Global liquidity, house prices and the macroeconomy: evidence from advanced and emerging economies

Bank of England Working papers [View] (Paper: wp522, 24.01.2015)

JEL: C32, E44, F44

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