The researcher examines how Japanese household debt affects marginal propensity to consume
The global financial crisis sparked a far-ranging overhaul of the international architecture for financial regulation, coupled with a deep reflection around the fitness-for-purpose and effectiveness of supervisory efforts, writes Anne Leslie-Bini.
Researchers analysed 15 million adverts over eight years to categorise jobs
Regulatory technology could prove effective in improving data reporting and supervisory monitoring, but central banks have a long way to go to making this a reality, writes Joel Clark.
Growth in dollar-denominated debts up 9%, with growth in debt securities even faster
San Francisco Fed paper incorporates ‘equity sentiment shock’ into model
Data from 1991 to 2007 shows banks improved capital ratios after securitising assets
Growth rates have been among slowest in Latin America despite reform efforts, Levy says
Methodological innovation helps solve data-quality issues, author says
RBI paper examined Google Trends to study growth in the Indian housing market
The International Monetary Fund’s first-ever overarching strategy on data aims to spread big data expertise among fund members. Louis Marc Ducharme discusses the upcoming challenges.
Model does better job of explaining data on Australian economy, researchers say
But Draghi’s August 2012 speech eased problems caused by sovereign debt holdings, researchers find
Evidence of Spanish housing bubble show banks boosting credit supply, researchers say
Negative shocks have far bigger effects than positive ones, researchers find
Inversions may be a “harbinger of recession” but seeing them coming is difficult, says economist
Oxford University’s David Vines believes the New Keynesian DSGE model is salvageable – but needs work
Fed chair thinks it is difficult to predict the effect of trade barriers on the economy
Declining labour share of income is another contributing factor
Money market data was “limited” and published too infrequently, says senior ECB official
Banks with large loan portfolios benefit from GDP growth – researchers
Eliminating regional mismatch could have prevented productivity shortfall, researchers find
Model produces “reasonably good” estimates of Ecuadorian GDP and outperforms other models