Special Issue "International Financial Markets and Monetary Policy 2.0"
A special issue of Economies (ISSN 2227-7099).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 August 2023) | Viewed by 20166
Interests: applied econometrics; monetary economics, macroeconomics; time series analysis; financial econometrics; financial markets; exchange rates
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Special Issue in Economies: International Financial Markets and Monetary Policy
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The global financial crisis plunged the global economy into a great recession. Many central banks responded with unconventional monetary policies—such as quantitative easing, negative policy rates, and forward guidance—to calm down financial markets. The COVID-19 pandemic led to the global economy, financial markets, and central banks facing even more severe problems. In particular, the ECB set up the pandemic emergency purchase programme (PEPP) to complement the asset purchase programmes that have been in place since 2014 to help the economy to absorb the COVID-19 shock. The new crisis has increased the importance of preserving financial stability through the international cooperation of central banks around the globe. Managing the expectations of market participants plays a crucial role in the context of financial stability. Therefore, the aim of this Special Issue is to disseminate important empirical and theoretical research questions concerning the connection between monetary policy and international financial markets, which might include (but is not limited to):
- Monetary policy transmission in times of uncertainty;
- QE effects on financial markets;
- Negative interest rates and bank lending growth;
- Contagion and spillovers;
- Monetary policy in times of pandemic;
- International coordination of monetary policy;
- Anchoring of inflation expectations
Prof. Dr. Robert Czudaj
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- monetary policy
- financial markets
- unconventional monetary policy
- zero lower bound
- forward guidance