Feature/Debt management

Bank rules and their impact on inequality

Central Banking Journal | 22 Sep 2014

Banking regulation has a profound effect on levels of long-term financial inclusion around the world; US engaged in a failed ‘lottery ticket’ effort by the US to offer housing to the poor.

Topics: United States, China, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Mortgage-backed securities, Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, United Kingdom

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Turkey’s pursuit of output-based models

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey

Can Japan afford to grow?

Central Banking Journal | 24 Aug 2012

Topics: Japan, Bank of Japan, Inflation, growth

Germany's concerns about the ECB’s bloated balance sheet

Central Banking Journal | 24 Aug 2012

Topics: ECB, Balance sheet, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Deutsche Bundesbank, Bank for International Settlements

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