Financial Policy, Monetary Policy and Macroprudential Regulation

Dec 28, 2011

This report examines macroprudential policy options that will help prevent a repeat of the crash of 2008. It makes recommendations for a policy framework that can identify and monitor of early warning indicators that signal increased vulnerability in the financial system, and that can rapidly employ policy tools to address these vulnerabilities. It also calls for reform of macroprudential regulators so that they have the institutional and political capital to conduct policy effectively.

Author

Ed Holmes

Senior Research Fellow for Economics & Social Policy, 2009-2013 Read Full Bio

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