Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/163497
Authors: 
Belka, Marek
Thomsen, Jens
Abildgren, Kim
Catte, Pietro
Cova, Pietro
Pagano, Patrizio
Visco, Ignazio
Chobanov, Petar
Lahiani, Amine
Nenovsky, Nikolay
Badarau, Cristina
Levieuge, Grégory
Lyziak, Tomasz
Przystypa, Jan
Stanislawska, Ewa
Wróbel, Ewa
Szczerbowicz, Urszula
Year of Publication: 
2011
Series/Report no.: 
SUERF Studies 2011/3
Abstract: 
On 4 March 2011, SUERF – The European Money and Finance Forum and the National Bank of Poland jointly organised a conference on the theme of: "Monetary Policy after the Crisis". Following a call for papers with a large number of submissions, the scientific committee selected 9 papers, which were grouped in three sessions addressing the following three research questions: First, what have we learnt from the crisis for the conduct of monetary policy? Second, what have we learnt from the crisis for the coordination of monetary, fiscal and macroprudential policies. And third, how did the Monetary Transmission Mechanism during the crisis function, and what can we expect for the future?
Subjects: 
Fixed exchange rate regimes
Denmark
monetary policy
foreign exchange policy
global imbalances
financial crisis
monetary policy
macroprudential regulations
structural regimes
money markets
sovereign CDS spreads
EU enlargement
monetary regimes
financial crisis
euro area
financial heterogeneity
monetary and budgetary policy rules
DSGE model
optimization
Monetary transmission mechanism
emerging economy
unconventional monetary policy
inflation expectations
long-term interest rates
Libor-OIS spread
JEL: 
E5
E52
F31
F42
F43
F47
G15
E43
F34
G10
P20
C61
E44
E58
E63
E51
G01
ISBN: 
978-3-902109-58-3
Document Type: 
Proceedings

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