Central banks’ preferences and banking sector vulnerability
According to “Schwartz's conventional wisdom” and what has been called “divine coincidence”, price stability should imply macroeconomic and financial stability.
Macroprudential and monetary policies: Friends or foes?
The Great Recession during the late 2000s and early 2010s has led to a strengthening of macroprudential policies over the world in order to address systemic risk concerns. However, the effectiveness of those measures remains unclear.
Competition and credit procyclicality in European banking
This paper empirically assesses how competition in the banking sector affects credit procyclicality by estimating both an interacted panel VAR model using macroeconomic data and a single-equation model with bank-level data.
Contagion and Bond Pricing : The Case of the ASEAN Region
La gestion des communautés de connaissances au sein des espaces de créativité et innovation : une variété de logiques de collaboration
The Management of Knowledge Communities in Spaces of Creativity and Innovation: A Variety of Collaborative Logics.
Measuring network systemic risk contributions: A leave-one-out approach
The aim of this paper is to propose a new network measure of systemic risk contributions that combines the pair-wise Granger causality approach with the leave-one-out concept.
Social crowdfunding: new perspectives on social entrepreneurship in developing countries
This article focuses on crowdfunding investment in projects initiated by social entrepreneurs in developing countries in order to enhance the likelihood of those projects’ success in developing countries.