Macroeconomic Consequences of Macroprudential Policy

Grant number: DP160102654 | Funding period: 2016 - 2019



This project aims to investigate the macroeconomic consequences of macroprudential policies and to provide robust, empirically-based advice to policy-makers about how they should be conducted. The global financial crisis motivated many nations to introduce new policies – known as macroprudential policies – with the explicit goal of maintaining financial stability. Important components of the project include estimation of a multisector small open economy model with interactions between the financial sector and the rest of the macroeconomy and development of new methods to evaluate these policies. Assessing the sensitivity of the performance of macroprudential policies to variations in key dim..

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