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The Role of the Financial Supervisory Architecture on Welfare

Lazopoulos, I and Gabriel, V (2017) The Role of the Financial Supervisory Architecture on Welfare [Working Paper]

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The paper develops a model to examine the implications of the financial supervisory architecture on macroeconomic outcomes and social welfare, highlighting the role of policy instruments and types of macroeconomic shocks. In the static version of the model, it is shown that assigning the mandates of monetary and financial stability to two separate policymakers can only promote welfare when some coordination exists between the policymakers, and it is the welfare dominant arrangement when financial stability is socially important. In a dynamic framework, separation of mandates is the welfare dominant setting regardless of the social preferences between the two objectives. Coordination between the policymakers is the preferred structure when the volatility of macroeconomic variables influences social welfare.

Item Type: Working Paper
Subjects : Economics
Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Date : 30 March 2017
Uncontrolled Keywords : Monetary policy, Financial stability, Institutional mandates
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 16 May 2017 15:39
Last Modified : 02 Jul 2020 13:03

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