Effects of Irish and Dutch macro-pru differ strongly – DNB paper

Researchers look at interaction of monetary and macro-prudential policy in two eurozone economies


A working paper published by the Netherlands Bank finds some significant differences in the way housing markets in the Netherlands and Ireland transmit monetary policy.

In Mortgage lending, monetary policy, and prudential measures in small euro-area economies: evidence from Ireland and the Netherlands, Mary Everett and co-authors use confidential bank-level data.

Both countries they study are smaller eurozone economies where housing markets play an important role. But the effect of each

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