Balance sheet lessons from the Bank of Japan

Hisashi Harui

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Central banks in major economies implemented a variety of policy measures to cope with the financial and economic crisis that followed the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008. These measures included reducing policy rates to the lowest levels in history, securing the stability of financial markets and facilitating finance for businesses.

The latter two approaches are regarded as unorthodox policy tools for central banks

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