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Monetary Policy Transmission: Banks, NonBanks, Credit and Prudential Policies

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  • Mon 02 Nov 2020 09.00 - 10.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-11-02 9:00 2020-11-02 10:00 Europe/Paris Monetary Policy Transmission: Banks, NonBanks, Credit and Prudential Policies

2-6 November 2020

The course focuses on the interplay between monetary policy and developments in credit dynamics and intermediaries (banks and nonbanks) from both a microeconomic and a macroeconomic perspective. In particular, it analyses the impact of monetary policy on financial markets segments, the bank lending channel – with a focus on loans, lending rates and funding conditions – and more broadly the transmission of monetary policy via banks, including the interaction with microprudential and macroprudential policies.

We also analyze substitution across other intermediaries such as investment funds, fintech, shadow banks, and security issuing. We explain among other topics: how to analyze monetary policy (shocks, surprises, policies); negative monetary policy rates; QE and other non-conventional policies; bank credit supply; nonbanks, including shadow banks and fintech; interaction between monetary policy and prudential policies. We use both macroeconometric techniques and also microeconometric techniques. Finally, we will analyze some international spillovers of monetary policies.

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2-6 November 2020

The course focuses on the interplay between monetary policy and developments in credit dynamics and intermediaries (banks and nonbanks) from both a microeconomic and a macroeconomic perspective. In particular, it analyses the impact of monetary policy on financial markets segments, the bank lending channel – with a focus on loans, lending rates and funding conditions – and more broadly the transmission of monetary policy via banks, including the interaction with microprudential and macroprudential policies.

We also analyze substitution across other intermediaries such as investment funds, fintech, shadow banks, and security issuing. We explain among other topics: how to analyze monetary policy (shocks, surprises, policies); negative monetary policy rates; QE and other non-conventional policies; bank credit supply; nonbanks, including shadow banks and fintech; interaction between monetary policy and prudential policies. We use both macroeconometric techniques and also microeconometric techniques. Finally, we will analyze some international spillovers of monetary policies.


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Outside EUI premises -

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Online training

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