Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/216659
Authors: 
Kirchner, Philipp
Year of Publication: 
2020
Series/Report no.: 
Joint Discussion Paper Series in Economics 19-2020
Abstract: 
At the forefront of macroeconomic research on the causes of the Great Financial Crisis (GFC) was and still is the usage of dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models. To capture the nonlinearities of the GFC, these models were enriched with a variety of fiÂ…nancial frictions. This paper focuses on a special subset of these frictions, the shadow banking system. We provide a structured review of the strand of literature that considers shadow banking in DSGE setups and draw particular attention to the modeling approach as well as impact of shadow banking. Our analysis allows the following conclusions: fiÂ…rstly, models featuring shadow banking are better able to simulate realistic movements in the business cycle that are of comparable magnitude to the GFC. Secondly, the models consider ampliÂ…cation channels between the fiÂ…nancial sector and the real economy that proved to be of importance during the crisis. Thirdly, the models display a good explanatory power of Â…financial stability measures in the light of shadow banking.
Subjects: 
Shadow Banking
DSGE
Financial Frictions
Financial Intermediation
Great Financial Crisis.
JEL: 
E10
E44
E32
Document Type: 
Working Paper

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