Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification G20: General

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International capital flow pressures

New York Fed Staff reports [View] (Paper: 834, 01.02.2018)

JEL: F32, G11, G20

Are banks opaque? Evidence from insider trading

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 697, 01.02.2018)

JEL: G14, G20, G21

Exchange Rates and the Working Capital Channel of Trade Fluctuations

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 694, 25.01.2018)

JEL: F36, F41, G20

Searching for yield abroad: risk-taking through foreign investment in U.S. bonds

Bank for International Settlements Working papers [View] (Paper: 687, 25.01.2018)

JEL: F21, F34, G11, G20

Systematic risk, bank moral hazard, and bailouts

Bank of Finland Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 2/2018, 23.01.2018)

JEL: G00, G20, G21

Investor Concentration, Flows, and Cash Holdings : Evidence from Hedge Funds

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System FEDS series [View] (Paper: 2017-121, 15.12.2017)

JEL: G11, G20, G23

Optimal Interbank Regulation

Bank of Canada Working papers [View] (Paper: 17-48, 21.11.2017)

JEL: G01, G20

Do negative interest rates make banks less safe?

European Central Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 2098, 01.09.2017)

JEL: G20, G21

Competition and credit procyclicality in European banking

Bank of Estonia Working papers [View] (Paper: 09/2017, 31.08.2017)

JEL: C33, D40, E32, E51, G20

Financial development, rule of law and wealth inequality : Bayesian model averaging evidence

Bank of Finland BOFIT Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 12/2017, 21.08.2017)

JEL: G10, G20

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