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Credit, intermediation, and the macroeconomy

readings and perspectives in modern financial theory

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intermediation (Finance),
  • Credit -- Mathematical models,
  • Credit -- Management -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Sudipto Bhattacharya, Arnoud W.A. Boot and Anjan V. Thakor.
    ContributionsBhattacharya, Sudipto., Boot, Arnoud W. A. 1960-, Thakor, Anjan V.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG3891.5 .C74 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 916 p. :
    Number of Pages916
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3327622M
    ISBN 100199242941, 0199243069
    LC Control Number2004302016
    OCLC/WorldCa55028133

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Edited by Sudipto Bhattacharya, Arnoud Boot and Anjan Thakor (). in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press. Abstract: Developments in theories of financial markets and institutions, using the tools of the economics of uncertainty and of contracts, as well as results in game theory, have Cited by: 3.

connections between the nancial system and the macroeconomy. PartVIof the book is dedicated to studying banking, nancial intermediation, and asset pricing in more depth.

We include chapters on the basics of banking and bank runs, as well as a chapter that delves into. The Evolution of Banks and Financial Intermediation: Framing the Analysis uction hile the term “the Great Recession” has been loosely applied to almost every economic downturn in the past twenty years, the crisis of has—more than most recessions—lived up to that.

Open economy macroeconomics of credit, employment and growth: a structuralist approach. Basu, Rilina, () Essays on imperfectly competitive financial intermediation and the. “Comparative Financial Systems: A Discussion ” (with D.

Gale) in Credit, Intermediation, and the Macroeconomy edited by A. Boot, S. Bhattacharya and A. Thakor, Oxford University Press, "Liquidity and Financial Instability: An Introduction" (with P. Bolton), Journal of the European Economic Association, 2(6): December Credit Risk and the Macroeconomy.

Gertler, M. and N. Kiyotaki (): “Financial Intermediation and Credit Policy in. Business Cycle Analysis,” Mimeo, New York Univ ersity. The focus on this broader measure of credit intermediation by commercial banks is motivated by the fact that the banking system provides credit to businesses and households in two important ways: by originating new loans (on balance sheet) and by providing lines of credit (off balance sheet), see Bassett et al.

() for discussion and by: Downloadable. Financial intermediation transforms short-term liquid assets into long-term capital assets. As a result, risk taking, in the form of long-term commitments despite unresolved short-term funding risk, is an essential element of intermediation.

If such funding risk must be addressed by costly recapitalization and/or distressed asset sales due to capital market frictions, an increase. In that case, the credit creation theory would be supported and the theory that the individual bank acts as an intermediary that needs to obtain savings or funds first, before being able to extend credit (whether in conformity with the fractional reserve theory or the financial intermediation theory), would be by: The credit markets and financial intermediation are built off links between the policy interest rate and the rates of return on, and/or demand and supply functions for, other assets; The balance of payments and the exchange rate enter through the balance of payments identity, namely that the current account surplus must be equal to the capital.

intermediation activity on the macroeconomy with respect to both conjunctural developments and the assessment of nominal trends. Persistent changes in banks’ behaviour are likely to affect the economy in an enduring and significant manner.

The analysis of money and credit growth is thus crucial for conducting an appropriate monetary policy File Size: KB. Credit, intermediation, and the macroeconomy: readings and perspectives in modern financial theory / edited by Sudipto Bhattacharya, Arnoud W.A.

Boot and Anjan V. Thakor. HB C74 Credit, money and macroeconomic policy: a post-Keynesian approach / edited by Claude Gnos and Louis-Philippe Rochon. of the function of financial intermediation and, more specifically, of banking institutions.

Given the essential features of NK−DSGE models, it is not surprising that what lays the grounds for the macroeconomic impact of credit relations and institutions is the presence of imperfections in credit markets (financial frictions).Our focus on this broader measure of credit intermediation by commercial banks is motivated by the fact that the banking system provides credit to businesses and households in two important ways: By originating new loans (on balance sheet) and by providing lines of credit (off balance sheet); see Bassett et al.

[] for discussion and details.Sussman, Oren () The economics of the EU’s corporate-insolvency law and the quest for harmonization by market forces. In: Freixas, Xavier, Hartmann, Phillipp and Mayer, Colin, (eds.) Handbook of European Financial Markets and Institutions.