Política Monetária e Financeira, Ano Lectivo 2011-12


Índice

  1. Observações Gerais

  2. A. Programa da disciplina

  3. B. Bibliografia

  4. C. Ligações úteis

  5. D. Elementos de apoio

  6. E. Textos para apresentações

Observações Gerais

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A. Programa da disciplina

1. Moeda e crédito. 2. Política monetária: a. Instrumentos e mecanismos de transmissão; b. Os objectivos da política monetária; c. “Regras e discricionaridade”; d. O estatuto do banco central; e. Estratégias de política monetária. 3. Política orçamental: a. O orçamento do Estado; b. Saldos e Indicadores; c. Política de estabilização. 4. Relação entre política monetária e política orçamental; a. A restrição orçamental do governo; b. Coordenação/subordinação; c. O Pacto de Estabilidade e Crescimento e o Banco Central Europeu. 5. Outros tópicos de política monetária e financeira.

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B. Bibliografia

Fundamental:

BOFINGER, Peter, Julian Reischle, Andrea Schachter [colabs.], Monetary policy: goals, institutions, strategies, and instruments, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001. [BP 336.74 BOF]

Complementar:

BORDES, Christian , La Politique Monétaire, Coll. Repères, éd. La Découverte, 2007.
CHAÎNEAU, André, Mécanismes et politique monétaires: économie du système bancaire français, 11e éd., Paris, PUF, 1996. [BP 336.71 CHA]
CHAÎNEAU, André,
O que é a moeda?, Coimbra, Livraria Minerva Editora, 2000. [BP 336.74 CHA]

QUELHAS, José Manuel, Sobre as crises financeiras, o risco sistémico e a incerteza sistemática, Tese de Doutoramento na FDUC, 2010 [capítulos sobre regulação e risco sistémico]

Manual de apoio:
ECB, The monetary policy of the ECB, Third edition, May 2011 

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C. Ligações úteis

Páginas de Bancos Centrais e Outras

• Página do Banco de Portugal
• Página de Política Monetária do Banco Central Europeu
• Página de Política Monetária do Banco de Inglaterra
• Página de Política Monetária do Federal Reserve Board
• Página de Política Monetária do Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
• Página de Política Monetária do Banco do Japão
• Página de Política Monetária do Banco da Suécia
• Página de Política Monetária do Banco da República Popular da China
Taxas directoras de bancos centrais
Comparative Empirical Macroeconomics

Biblioteca:

D. Elementos de Apoio

E. Textos

Os trabalhos feitos pelos estudantes devem ser divididos em 6 secções que apresentarão os seguinte conteúdos:

  1. Qual a tese (ou quais as teses) do documento a estudar?

  2. Qual o interesse de tal tese (tais teses)?

  3. Quais as hipóteses usadas no documento para desenvolvimento das ideias?

  4. Que metodologias foram aplicadas pelo autor?

  5. A que resultados chega o autor?

  6. Comentário crítico ao estudo analisado.

O não respeito por estas normas será penalizado.


Nota: atendendo ao atual contexto de permanência na crise gerada em 2007-... optou-se por considerar apenas textos com datas muito recentes, ou seja, apenas de 2011, com muita raras exceções. Também se optou por considerar apenas textos disponíveis em institutos de investigação ou departamentos de investigação.


Lista de Trabalhos:


  1. Adam Posen and Ken Kuttner, Can Inflation Targeting Make You Pursue the Wrong Policy?, Recent Developments in Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, and Financial System Design, A Conference to Honor Ben Friedman, April 22-23, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  2. Alain Monfort et Jean-Paul Renne, Risques de crédit et de liquidité dans les courbes de taux souveraines de la zone euro (en anglais), Banque de France, Novembre 2011
  3. Alan J Auerbach, Long-term fiscal sustainability in major economies, BIS Working Papers No 361, December 2011 (Discussion Comments by Pier Carlo Padoan, Paul van den Noord and Ray Barrell)
  4. Anat Bracha and Julian C. Jamison, Shifting Confidence in Home Ownership: The Great Recession, Long-Term effects of the Great Recession, 56th Economic Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  5. Andra C. Ghent, Rubén Hernández-Murillo, and Michael T. Owyang, Race, Redlining, and Subprime Loan Pricing, Working Paper 2011-033A, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 2011 
  6. Angelo Melino, Inflation Targeting: A Canadian Perspective, Recent Developments in Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, and Financial System Design, A Conference to Honor Ben Friedman, April 22-23, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  7. Angelo Porta, Unconventional Monetary Policies - Lessons from the Evolution of Balance Sheets of Four Central Banks (2007–2010), Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation Working Paper, April 2011
  8. Antonio Afonso, João Tovar Jalles, Economic performance and government size, ECB WP, November 2011 
  9. Antonio Fatás and Ilian Mihov, Fiscal Policy as a Stabilization Tool, Long-Term effects of the Great Recession, 56th Economic Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  10. Atif Mian, Amir Sufi, Francesco Trebbi, Foreclosures, House Prices, and the Real Economy, Bank of japan, Discussion Paper Series 2011-E-27
  11. Barbara Jeanne, Crisis management and bank resolution: Quo vadis, Europe?, ECB WP, December 2011
  12. Barry Eichengreen and Marc Flandreau, The Federal Reserve, the Bank of England and the rise of the dollar as an international currency, 1914-39, BIS Working Papers No 328 (Comments by Robert O Keohane and Leszek Balcerowicz), November 2010
  13. Ben Chabot, The Cost of Banking Panics in an Age before “Too Big to Fail”, 2011, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Working Paper No. 2011-15, November 
  14. Bennett T. McCallum, Should Central Banks Raise Their Inflation Targets? Some Relevant Issues, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Economy Quarterly, Second Quarter 2011         
  15. C. Randall Henning, Martin Kessler, Fiscal federalism: US history for architects of Europe's fiscal union, Bruegel Institute, 10th January 2012
  16. Carlos León and Alejandro Reveiz, Portfolio optimization and long-term dependence, BIS papers, November, 2010
  17. Carmen M. Reinhart and M. Belen Sbrancia, The Liquidation of Government Debt, BIS Working Papers No 363, December 2011 (Comments by  Ignazio Visco and Alan Taylor)
  18. Chad Bown, Meredith Crowley, Import Protection, Business Cycles, and Exchange Rates: Evidence from the Great Recession, 2011, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Working Paper No. 2011-16, November
  19. Charles A. E. Goodhart, Dimitrios P. Tsomocos, The Mayekawa Lecture: The Role of Default in Macroeconomics, Bank of Japan Monetary and Economic Studies Vol.29, November 2011
  20. Charles Bean, Monetary Policy After the Fall, October 2010, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Symposium, “Macroeconomic Policy: Post-Crisis and Risks Ahead,” Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August 26-28, Discussants: ALAN S. BLINDER and JOHN B. TAYLOR), 2011
  21. Charles Goodhart, The changing role of central banks, BIS Working Papers No 326 (Comments by Stanley Fisher and Randall S Kroszner), November 2010
  22. Christina D. Romer, What do we Know About the Effects of Fiscal Policy? Separating Evidence from Ideology, Hamilton College, November 7, 2011
  23. Christopher J. Neely, A Foreign Exchange Intervention in an Era of Restraint, The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, September/October, 2011
  24. Christopher J. Neely, A Survey of Announcement Effects on Foreign Exchange Volatility and Jumps, The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, September/October, 2011
  25. Claude Lopez et David H. Papell, Convergence des Taux d’Inflation au Sein de la Zone Euro (en anglais), Banque de France, Avril 2011
  26. Corrado Macchiarelli, A VAR analysis for the uncovered interest parity and the ex-ante purchasing power parity: the role of macroeconomic and financial information, ECB WP, December 2011 
  27. Corrado Macchiarelli, Bond market co-movements, expected inflation and the equilibrium real exchange rate, ECB WP, December 2011 
  28. Dagmar Hartwig Lojsch, Marta Rodríguez-Vives and Michal Slavík, The size and composition of government debt in the euro area, ECB WP, October 2011
  29. Daniel C. Hardy and María J. Nieto, Cross-border coordination of prudential supervision and deposit guarantees, WP 1126, Banco de Espanha, 2011
  30. Daniel L. Thornton, How Did We Get to Inflation Targeting and Where Do We Need to Go to Now? A Perspective from the U.S. Experience, The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, January/February, 94, 1, 2012
  31. Daniel L. Thornton, The Effectiveness of Unconventional Monetary Policy: The Term Auction Facility, The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, November/December, 2011
  32. Daniel Pérez, Vicente Salas-Fumás and Jesús Saurina Do dynamic provisions reduce income smoothing using loan loss provisions?, WP 1118, Banco de Espanha, 2011
  33. Daniel Rösch and Harald Scheule, Securitization rating performance and agency incentives, BIS papers, November, 2010
  34. Darrell Duffie, The failure mechanics of dealer banks, BIS Working Papers No 301 (Comments by Philipp M. Hildebrand). March 2010
  35. David C. Wheelock, Banking Industry Consolidation and Market Structure: Impact of the Financial Crisis and Recession, The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, November/December, 2011
  36. David H. Papell and Ruxandra Prodan, The Statistical Behavior of GDP after Financial Crises and Severe Recessions, Long-Term effects of the Great Recession, 56th Economic Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  37. Donato Masciandaro, Monetary Policy and Central Bank Independence: Economics and Politics - A Primer, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation Working Paper, March 2011
  38. Donato Masciandaro, What If Credit Rating Agencies Were Downgraded? Ratings, Sovereign Debt and Financial Market Volatility, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation Working Paper, September 2011
  39. Douglas W Diamond and Raghuram G Rajan, Fear of fire sales and the credit freeze, BIS Working Papers No 305 (Accompanied by a note by RG Rajan on how to deal with financial institutions that are "too systemic to fail".), March 2010
  40. Edward S. Knotek II and Shujaat Khan, How Do Households Respond to Uncertainty Shocks?, FRB of Kansas City Economic Review, Second Quarter, 2011
  41. Ettore Dorrucci and Julie McKay, The international monetary system after the financial crisis, ECB WP, February 2011 
  42. Filipa Sá, Pascal Towbin and Tomasz Wieladek, Low interest rates and housing booms: the role of capital inflows, monetary policy and financial innovation, Bank of England WP 411, 2011
  43. Francisco de Castro and Laura Fernández-Caballero The effects of fiscal shocks on the exchange rate in Spain, WP 1121, Banco de Espanha, 2011
  44. Franco Bruni, Europe and the World’s Economic Governance: The Monetary and Financial Perspective, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation Working Paper, February 2011
  45. Frederick Tung, Ibank CEO's, Inside Debt Compensation and the Global Financial Crisis, Finlawmetrics 2011, Sixth International Conference on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 23-24 June, The New Design of Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation: Economics, Politics and Law, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 2011
  46. Gabriel Jiménez, Atif Mian, José-Luis Peydró and Jesús Saurina, Local versus aggregate lending channels: the effects of securitization on corporate credit supply, WP 1124, Banco de Espanha, 2011
  47. Galina Hale, Bank Relationships, Business Cycles, and Financial Crises, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, July 2011
  48. Galina Hale, Evidence on Financial Globalization and Crisis: Capital Raisings, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, January 2011, Working Paper 2011-04
  49. Geert Bekaert, Michael Ehrmann, Marcel Fratzscher, Arnaud Mehl, Global crises and equity market contagion, ECB WP, September 2011 
  50. Geoff Kenny and Julian Morgan, Some lessons from the financial crisis for the economic analysis, ECB WP, October 2011
  51. George Hogue and Solomon Tadesse, The role of SDR-denominated securities in official and private portfolios, BIS papers, November, 2010
  52. Gert Peersman, Macroeconomic effects of unconventional monetary policy in the Euro Area, ECB WP, November 2011 
  53. Giovanni Calice , Jing Chen and Julian M. Williams, Liquidity Spillovers in Sovereign Bond and CDS Markets: An Analysis of The Eurozone Sovereign Debt Crisis, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation Working Paper, November 2011
  54. Giovanni Dell’Ariccia, Luc Laeven, Robert Marquez, Monetary Policy, Leverage, and Bank Risk-Taking, Finlawmetrics 2011, Sixth International Conference on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 23-24 June, The New Design of Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation: Economics, Politics and Law, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 2011
  55. Glenn Hubbard, Tax Policy and the Effects of Government Deficits on Economic Activity, Recent Developments in Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, and Financial System Design, A Conference to Honor Ben Friedman, April 22-23, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  56. Guillaume Plantin, Good Securitization, Bad Securitization, Bank of Japan Discussion Paper Series 2011-E-4, 2011
  57. Hyun Song Shin, Financial intermediation and the post-crisis financial system, BIS Working Papers No 304 (Comments by José Viñals), March 2010
  58. Ichiro Otani, Tomoyuki Fukumoto, Yosuke Tsuyuguchi, China's Capital Controls and Interest Rate Parity:Experience during 1999 - 2010 and Future Agenda for Reforms, Bank of Japan, August 2011
  59. Isabel Horta Correia, Desvalorização Fiscal, WP Banco de Portugal, 2011
  60. Jacopo Cimadomo, Real-time data and fiscal policy analysis: a survey of the literature, ECB WP, December 2011 
  61. James H. Stock, Mark W. Watson, Modeling Inflation after the Crisis, October 2010, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Symposium, “Macroeconomic Policy: Post-Crisis and Risks Ahead,” Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August 26-28, (Discussant: FRANK R. SMETS), 2011
  62. Javier Andrés, José E. Boscá and Javier Ferri, Household debt and labour market fluctuations, WP 1129, Banco de Espanha, 2011
  63. Jean Tirole, Illiquidity and all its friends, BIS Working Papers No 303, March 2010 (Comments by Franklin Allen)
  64. Jeffrey C. Fuhrer, Giovanni P. Olivei, and Geoffrey M. B. Tootell, Inflation Dynamics When Inflation is Near Zero, Working Paper 11-17, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  65. Jens Arnold, Does Prudential Regulation Harm Competition in the Banking Sector?, Finlawmetrics 2011, Sixth International Conference on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 23-24 June, The New Design of Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation: Economics, Politics and Law, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 2011
  66. Jim Wilkinson and Jon Christensson, Can the Supply of Small Business Loans be Increased?, FRB of Kansas City Economic Review, Second Quarter, 2011
  67. Jinzhu Chen, Prakash Kannan, Prakash Loungani, Bharat Trehan, New Evidence on Cyclical and Structural Sources of Unemployment, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, May 2011, Working Paper 2011-17
  68. Joanna Stavins, Potential Effects of an Increase in Debit Card Fees, Public Policy Brief No. 11-3, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  69. John Muellbauer, Household decisions, credit markets and the macroeconomy: implications for the design of central bank models, BIS Working Papers No 306 (Comments by Dr A E Bollard and Dr Kirdan Lees), March 2010
  70. John Vickers, Central banks and competition authorities: institutional comparisons and new concerns, BIS Working Papers No 331, November 2010
  71. Kelly D. Edmiston, Could Restrictions on Payday Lending Hurt Consumers?, FRB of Kansas City Economic Review, First Quarter, 2011
  72. Kevin L. Kliesen and Daniel L. Thornton, How Good Are the Government’s Deficit and Debt Projections and Should We Care?, The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, January/February, 94, 1, 2012
  73. Koichiro Kamada, Kentaro Nasu, The Financial Cycle Indexes for Early Warning Exercise, Bank of Japan, April 2011
  74. Lars Christensen, Market Monetarism - The Second Monetarist Counter-revolution, September 13, 2011
  75. Luca Agnello, Davide Furceri et Ricardo M. Sousa, Politiques fiscales discrétionnaires, Dépenses privées et Épisodes de Crise (en anglais), Banque de France, Novembre 2011
  76. Lucia Dalla Pellegrina Donato Masciandaro, Good Bye Light Touch? Macroeconomic Resilience, Banking Regulation and Institutions, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation Working Paper, November 2011
  77. Ludger Schuknecht, Philippe Moutot, Philipp Rother and Jürgen Stark, The Stability and Growth Pact - crisis and reform, ECB WP, September 2011
  78. Luis Felipe Céspedes and Andrés Velasco, Was This Time Different?: Fiscal Policy in Commodity Republics, BIS Working Papers No 365, December 2011 (Comments by  Choongsoo Kim and Guillermo Calvo)
  79. Lukas Menkhoff, Lucio Sarno, Maik Schmeling and Andreas Schrimpf, http://www.bis.org/publ/work366.pdf
  80. Marcel Fratzscher, Arnaud Mehl, China's dominance hypothesis and the emergence of a tri-polar global currency system, ECB WP, November 2011
  81. Marco J. Lombardi, Philipp Maier, Forecasting economic growth in the euro area during the Great Moderation and the Great Recession, ECB WP, September 2011 
  82. Marion Salines, Gabriel Glöckler, Zbigniew Truchlewski and Paola del Favero, Beyond the economics of the euro - analysing the institutional evolution of EMU 1999-2010, ECB WP, September 2011 
  83. Mary A. Burke and Michael Manz, Economic Literacy and Inflation Expectations: Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment, Public Policy Discussion Paper No. 11-8, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  84. Mary Daly, Bart Hobijn, Aysegul Sahin, Rob Valletta, A Rising Natural Rate of Unemployment: Transitory or Permanent?, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, September 2011, Working Paper 2011-05
  85. Matthieu Buissière, Alexander Chudik et Arnaud Mehl, Quel a été l’impact des chocs globaux sur les taux de change effectifs réels des pays de la zone euro depuis sa création ?, (en anglais), Banque de France, 2011
  86. Maurice Obstfeld, International Liquidity: The Fiscal Dimension, Bank of Japan Monetary and Economic Studies Vol.29, November 2011
  87. Michael W.L. Elsby, Bart Hobijn, Aysegul Sahin, Robert G. Valletta, The Labor Market in the Great Recession: an Update, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, October 2011
  88. Michal Kowalik, Countercyclical Capital Regulation: Should Bank Regulators Use Rules or Discretion?, FRB of Kansas City Economic Review, Second Quarter, 2011
  89. Morris Goldstein and Nicolas Véron, Too Big to Fail: the transatlantic debate, Bruegel Institute, February, 2011
  90. Nils Holinski, Clemens Kool, and Joan Muysken, Persistent Macroeconomic Imbalances in the Euro Area: Causes and Consequences, The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, January/February, 94, 1, 2012
  91. Nuno Alves e Nuno Ribeiro, Modelação do Incumprimento dos Particulares, WP Banco de Portugal, 2011 
  92. Oscar Jorda, Moritz Schularick, Alan M. Taylor, When Credit Bites Back: Leverage, Business Cycles, and Crises, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, November 2011
  93. Peter Stella, Minimising monetary policy, BIS Working Papers No 330 (Comments by José De Gregorio and Marc Flandreau), November 2010
  94. Philip Turner, Is the long-term interest rate a policy victim, a policy variable or a policy lodestar?, Working Papers No 367, December 2011
  95. Philipp Mohl, Tobias Hagen, Do EU structural funds promote regional employment? Evidence from dynamic panel data models, ECB WP, December 2011 
  96. Phoebus Athanassiou, Financial sector supervisors' accountability: a european perspective, ECB WP, August 2011
  97. Phoebus Athanassiou, Financial sector supervisors' accountability: a european perspective, ECB WP, August 2011 
  98. Raffaela Giordano, Domenico Depalo, Manuel Coutinho Pereira, Bruno Eugène, Evangelia Papapetrou, Javier J. Perez, Lukas Reiss, Mojca Roter, The public sector pay gap in a selection of Euro area countries, ECB WP, December 2011 
  99. Ran Duchin
  100.  and Denis Sosyura, TARP Consequences: Lending and Risk Taking, Finlawmetrics 2011, Sixth International Conference on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 23-24 June, The New Design of Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation: Economics, Politics and Law, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 2011
  101. Reuven Glick, Michael Hutchison, Currency Crises, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, September 2011
  102. Reuven Glick, Sylvain Leduc, Central Bank Announcements of Asset Purchases and the Impact on Global Financial and Commodity Markets, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, December 2011
  103. Richard G. Anderson and Barry Jones, A Comprehensive Revision of the U.S. Monetary Services (Divisia) Indexes, The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, September/October, 2011
  104. Richard G. Anderson and Kevin L. Kliesen, How Does the FOMC Learn About Economic Revolutions? Evidence from the New Economy Era, 1994-2001, Working Paper 2011-041A, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 2011
  105. Robert Barro, Crises of Governments, The Ongoing Global Financial Crisis and Recession, The Institute of Economic Affairs, 2011
  106. Robert N McCauley and Jean-François Rigaudy, Managing foreign exchange reserves in the crisis and after, BIS papers, October, 2011
  107. Roberto M. Billi, Output Gaps and Monetary Policy at Low Interest Rates, FRB of Kansas City Economic Review, First Quarter, 2011
  108. Roberto Perotti, The "Austerity myth": Gain Without Pain?, BIS Working Papers No 362, December 2011 (Comments by  Carlo Cottarelli and Harald Uhlig)
  109. Rudiger Ahrend and Jens Matthias Arnold, Does Prudential Regulation Harm Competition in the Banking Sector?, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation Working Paper, July 2011
  110. Ryan Bubb and Alex Kaufman, Securitization and Moral Hazard: Evidence from Credit Score Cutoff Rules, Public Policy Discussion Paper No. 11-6, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  111. Samuel E. Henly, Alexander L. Wolman, Housing and the Great Recession: A VAR Accounting Exercise, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Economy Quarterly, First Quarter 2011
  112. Scott Brave, Hesna Genay, Federal Reserve Policies and Financial Market Conditions during the Crisis (REVISED July 2011), 2011, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Working Paper No. 2011-04, May 
  113. Sónia Costa e Luísa Farinha, O Comportamento dos Bancos Domésticos e não Domésticos na Concessão de Crédito à Habitação: Uma análise com base em dados microeconómicos, WP Banco de Portugal, 2011 
  114. Thomas Jordan and Stefan Gerlach, Tactics and Strategy in Swiss Monetary Policy, Recent Developments in Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, and Financial System Design, A Conference to Honor Ben Friedman, April 22-23, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  115. Thorsten Becky, Olivier De Jonghez and Glenn Schepensx, Bank competition and stability: Reconciling contradicting empirical evidence, Finlawmetrics 2011, Sixth International Conference on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 23-24 June, The New Design of Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation: Economics, Politics and Law, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, 2011
  116. Tim Worstall, The case against a financial transactions tax (web publication),  The Institute of Economic Affairs, 20 Nov 2011
  117. Valère Fourel et Julien Idier - Valère Fourel et Julien Idier, Aversion au Risque et Incertitude sur les Marchés Obligataires Souverains Européens, (en anglais), Banque de France, 2011
  118. Vittorio Conti, Rethinking Regulation and Oversight to Learn the Lesson from the Crisis, Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation Working Paper, November 2011
  119. Vladimir Borgy, Thomas Laubach, Jean-Stéphane Mésonnier et Jean-Paul Renne, Soutenabilité de la dette publique, risque de défaut et écarts de rendements obligataires souverains dans la zone euro, V (en anglais), Banque de France, 2011
  120. William T. Dickens and Robert K. Triest, Potential Effects of the Great Recession on the U.S. Labor Market, Long-Term effects of the Great Recession, 56th Economic Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2011
  121. Yener Altunbas, Simone Manganelli, David Marqués-Ibáñez, Bank risk during the financial crisis: do business models matter?, ECB WP, November 2011 
  122. Zsolt Darvas, Christophe Gouardo, Jean Pisany-Ferry and André Sapir, A Comprehensive Approach to the Euro-Area Debt Crisis: Background Calculations, Bruegel Institute, February, 2011



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