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Fri Mar 21 17:12:35 2014 UTClccn-n821469220.00Informacin̤ asimťrica y mercados financieros emergentes el anl̀isis de Mishkin /0.600.94Monetary policy strategies for Latin America /51765882Frederic_Mishkinn 82146922842974Mishkin, F. S. 1951-Mishkin, FredericMishkin, Frederic 1951-Mishkin, Frederic S.Mishkin, Frederic Stanley 1951-Mishkin, Frederick S. 1951-Mishkinn, Frederic S. 1951-Мишкин, Фредерик С.nc-national bureau of economic researchNational Bureau of Economic Researchlccn-n79139286National Bureau of Economic Researchlccn-n97049310Eakins, Stanley G.auilccn-n87945124Giavazzi, Francescolccn-n81052755International Monetary Fundlccn-n82125779Srinivasan, T. N.1933-lccn-n86820242Estrella, Arturolccn-n78091283Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)lccn-no2005093362Conlin, Linda Mysliwy1948-lccn-no91008750United StatesFederal Housing Finance BoardMishkin, Frederic S.Conference proceedingsTextbooksBanks and bankingMoneyFinanceMonetary policyRational expectations (Economic theory)MacroeconomicsEconometricsFinancial institutionsUnited StatesMoney marketDeveloping countriesGlobalizationInternational Monetary FundEconomics--Research--EvaluationResearch--EvaluationBanks and banking--Government policyBank managementRisk managementMishkin, Frederic SBoard of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)United States MintConlin, Linda Mysliwy,Export-Import Bank of the United States.--Board of DirectorsMoy, Edmund Chuck,Bacino, Geoffrey S.,Grandmaison, Jacques Joseph,United States.--Federal Housing Finance BoardInflation (Finance)Interest ratesMonetary policy--Econometric modelsInternational financeComparative economicsLatin AmericaAnti-inflationary policiesForeign exchange ratesLiquidity (Economics)Durable goods, ConsumerConsumption (Economics)--Mathematical modelsSupply and demand--Mathematical modelsBank mergersEconomic indicatorsFisher effect (Economics)AustraliaInflation (Finance)--Econometric modelsCanadaForeign exchange marketFlow of fundsStock exchangesCapital marketMarkets19511974197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014143572361215332HG173ocn491628497ocn441618684ocn824152571ocn753322263ocn7531999883005218ocn036847820book19860.56Mishkin, Frederic SThe economics of money, banking, and financial marketsTextbooksThe Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets set the standard for money and banking courses when it published in its first edition, and it continues to be the worldwide market leader. The historic economic events and financial crises of late 2008 have changed the entire landscape of money and banking. Having just served as Governor of the Federal Reserve, only Mishkin has the unique insider's perspective needed to present the current state of money and banking and explain the latest debates and issues for today's readers+-+0599656785145019ocn648335509file19830.53Mishkin, Frederic SA rational expectations approach to macroeconometrics testing policy ineffectiveness and efficient-markets modelsA Rational Expectations Approach to Macroeconometrics pursues a rational expectations approach to the estimation of a class of models widely discussed in the macroeconomics and finance literature: those which emphasize the effects from unanticipated, rather than anticipated, movements in variables. In this volume, Fredrick S. Mishkin first theoretically develops and discusses a unified econometric treatment of these models and then shows how to estimate them with an annotated computer program+-+323680177532485370ocn185123521book19980.59Mishkin, Frederic SFinancial markets and institutionsTextbooksUsing real-world practitioner examples and practitioner-approach study tools, this book shows students how to apply financial institutions concepts to executive scenarios. It provides an applied managerial, integrated international perspective+-+766700678532473616ocn065537971book20060.59Mishkin, Frederic SThe next great globalization : how disadvantaged nations can harness their financial systems to get richMany prominent critics regard the international financial system as the dark side of globalisation, threatening disadvantaged nations near and far. This text argues the opposite: that financial globalisation today is essential for poor nations to become rich+-+590676641559013ocn073993228book20070.63Mishkin, Frederic SMonetary policy strategyA leading academic authority and policymaker discusses monetary policy strategy from the perspectives of both scholar and practitioner, offering theory, empirical evidence, and extensive case studies+-+92886071755803ocn793204103com20000.37External evaluation of IMF economic research activities reportThis report, commissioned by the Executive Board, was prepared by a committee of academic economists. The report assesses the appropriateness of current research activities, the quality and added value of the IMF's economic research and its utility in the IMF among its member countries and within the wider economics community. This publication also includes responses to the report by the IMF's staff, Managing Director, and Executive Board+-+K71302200652912ocn045460894book20000.73Mishkin, Frederic SPrudential supervision : what works and what doesn'tConference proceedingsSince banking systems play a crucial role in maintaining the overall health of the economy, the adverse effects of poorly supervised systems may be quite severe. Without some form of vigilant external oversight, banking systems could fall prey to excessive risk taking, moral hazard, and corruption. Prudential supervision provides that oversight, using government regulation and monitoring to ensure the soundness of the banking system and, by extension, the economy at large. The contributors to this thoughtful volume examine the current state of prudential supervision, focusing on fundamental is+-+033680177532436611ocn665044015book20040.59Mishkin, Frederic SMonnaie, banque et marchés financiers"Best-seller incontournable, le livre de Frederic Mishkin présente une analyse économique des systèmes financiers au sein desquels les banques centrales conduisent la politique monétaire de leurs pays. Il expose également les fonctions économiques des banques commerciales et des autres intermédiaires financiers, dans une perspective nationale et internationale. L'ouvrage doit son succès à deux qualités essentielles : L'auteur propose un cadre d'analyse unifié s'appuyant sur un petit nombre de principes économiques fondamentaux, exposés en termes simples. La pédagogie remarquable repose sur une formalisation mathématique simplifiée et s'accompagne systématiquement de tableaux et de schémas explicatifs. L'édition francophone a fait l'objet d'un impressionnant travail d'adaptation. Elle analyse avec précision le fonctionnement des institutions européennes, les outils de la politique monétaire dans l'Union, le système bancaire français, les conflits UE-autorités nationales, l'harmonisation de la réglementation prudentielle dans le marché unique, etc. Outre une actualisation rigoureuse des données, la nouvelle édition propose : Un chapitre complet sur la crise qui a commencé en 2007. Il approfondit l'analyse des crises financières et introduit le système bancaire parallèle et le rôle de la titrisation dans l'éclatement de la bulle immobilière. Un nouveau chapitre sur les produits dérives, qui permet de comprendre le fonctionnement de ces produits dont le développement rapide joue un grand rôle dans la finance contemporaine. Les mesures non conventionnelles de politique monétaire prises par la BCE au cours de la crise, qui sont comparées à celles introduites par la Fed et la Banque d'Angleterre. Une présentation plus détaillée du taux de change et des régimes et stratégies de politique monétaire. Grâce à quelque 400 questions et problèmes de fin de chapitre, le lecteur pourra tester ses connaissances et les mettre en pratique, notamment en analysant des informations économiques et financières accessibles sur Internet."--P. 4 de la couv2399ocn027430291book19930.76Mishkin, Frederic SMoney, interest rates, and inflation14920ocn041262017book19980.92Mishkin, Frederic SInternational experiences with different monetary policy regimesThis paper examines the international experiences with four basic types of monetary policy regimes: 1) exchange-rate targeting, 2) monetary targeting, 3) inflation targeting, and 4) monetary policy with an implicit but not an explicit nominal anchor. The basic theme that emerges from this analysis is that transparency and accountability are crucial to constraining discretionary monetary policy so that it produces desirable long-run outcomes. Because the devil is in the details in achieving transparency and accountability, what strategy will work best in a country depends on its political, cultural and economic institutions and its past history1369ocn048871120book20030.47Mishkin, Frederic SFinancial markets + institutions+-+901032657532413216ocn043795550book20000.94Mishkin, Frederic SMonetary policy strategies for Latin AmericaInstead of focusing the debate about the conduct of monetary policy on whether the normal exchange rate should be fixed or flexible, the focus should be on whether the monetary policy regime appropriately constrains discretion in monetary policymaking. Three frameworks deserve serious discussion as possible long-run strategies for monetary policy in Latin America. A hard exchange-rate peg, monetary targeting, and inflation targeting12010ocn015163407book19870.70Current readings on money, banking, and financial markets1056ocn030666525book19940.53Mishkin, Frederic SFinancial markets, institutions, and money1004ocn003068046book19760.93Mishkin, Frederic SIlliquidity, the demand for consumer durables, and monetary policy9713ocn039267178book19980.90Estrella, ArturoRethinking the role of NAIRU in monetary policy : implications of model formulation and uncertaintyIn this paper we rethink the NAIRU concept and examine whether it might have a useful role in monetary policy. We argue that it can, but success depends critically on defining NAIRU as a short-run concept and distinguishing it from a long-run concept like the natural rate of unemployment. We examine what effect uncertainty has on the use of NAIRU in policy. Uncertainty about the level of NAIRU does not imply that monetary policy should react less to the NAIRU gap. However, uncertainty about the effect of the NAIRU gap on inflation does require adjustments to the policy reaction function. Also, as in Brainard (1967), uncertainty about the effect of the monetary policy instrument on the NAIRU gap reduces the magnitude of the policy response. We estimate a simple NAIRU gap model for the United States to obtain quantitative measures of uncertainty and to assess how these measures affect our view of the policy reaction function9214ocn034074797book19950.92Estrella, ArturoPredicting U.S. recessions : financial variables as leading indicatorsThis article examines the performance of various financial variables as predictors of subsequent U.S. recessions. Series such as interest rates and spreads, stock prices, currencies, and monetary aggregates are evaluated singly and in comparison with other financial and non-financial indicators. The analysis focuses on out-of-sample performance from 1 to 8 quarters ahead. Results show that stock prices are useful with 1-2 quarter horizons, as are some well-known macroeconomic indicators. Beyond 2 quarters, the slope of the yield curve emerges as the clear choice, and typically performs better by itself out of sample than in conjunction with other variables909ocn032399930book19940.86Mishkin, Frederic SAn empirical examination of the Fisher Effect in AustraliaThis paper analyzes the Fisher effect in Australia. Initial testing indicates that both interest rates and inflation contain unit roots. Furthermore, there are indications that the variables have non-standard error processes. To overcome problems associated with this and derive the correct small sample distributions of test statistics we make use of Monte Carlo simulations. These tests indicate that while a long-run Fisher effect seems to exist there is no evidence of a short-run Fisher effect. This suggests that, while short-run changes in interest rates reflect changes in monetary policy, longer-run levels indicate inflationary expectations. Thus, the longer-run level of interest rates should not be used to characterize the stance of monetary policy8812ocn032192509book19950.92Mishkin, Frederic SThe rational expectations revolution : a review article of: Preston J. Miller, ed.: The rational expectations revolution, readings from the front lineAbstract: This review article of Preston Miller's The Rational Expectations Revolution, Readings From the Front Line focuses on the impact of this research on macroeconomic policymaking. Although policymakers have generally not accepted the equilibrium business cycle models advocated in many of the articles in the Miller volume and even continue to use traditional Keynesian macroeconometric models for policy analysis, several of the lessons from the rational expectations revolution have become central in thinking about policymaking. Policymakers now recognize the importance of expectations and credibility to the outcomes of particular policies. This means that they are more cautious in their use of econometric models and are less likely to advocate discretionary activist stabilization policies. They are also more willing to design policymaking to avoid the time-inconsistency problem and take a long rather than a short-run view, thereby avoiding myopic policies that produce undesirable outcomes8610ocn036148398book19960.88Mishkin, Frederic SBank consolidation : a central banker's perspectiveThis paper looks at why bank consolidation has been taking place in the United States and what the structure of the banking industry might look like in the future. It then discusses the implications of bank consolidation for the economy and the challenge it poses for central bankers3273ocn159939278book20070.70United StatesNominations of Frederic S. Mishkin, Linda Mysliwy Conlin, J. Joseph Grandmaison, Edmund C. Moy, and Geoffrey S. Bacino : hearing before the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Ninth Congress, second session, on nominations of Frederic S. Mishkin, of New York, to be a member, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; Linda Mysliwy Conlin, of New Jersey, to be first vice-president, Export-Import Bank of the United States; J. Joseph Grandmaison, of New Hampshire, to be a member of the Board of Directors, Export-Import Bank of the United States; Edmund C. Moy, of Wisconsin, to be Director, U.S. Mint, U.S. Department of the Treasury; Geoffrey S. Bacino, of Illinois, to be Director, Federal Housing Finance Board, July 12, 200611ocn847472929com2001Sǹchez Daza, AlfredoInformacin̤ asimťrica y mercados financieros emergentes el anl̀isis de Mishkin+-+5906766415+-+5906766415Fri Mar 21 15:31:27 EDT 2014batch38438