IMF paper captures spillover effects from tougher capital rules


International spillovers associated with a global increase in capital requirements are relatively modest, especially if monetary policies have scope to ease in response to a widening of interest rate spreads by banks, according to an International Monetary Fund paper published on February 8.

Scott Roger and Francis Vitek, the paper's authors, use an estimated multi-country model to analyse the transitional macroeconomic costs of strengthening bank capital adequacy requirements under Basel III

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