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Systemic risk assessment, Monetary policy, Macroprudential Policy, Financial sector, General equilibrium models, Endogenous Financial Risk, DSGE models, Non-Linear Dynamics, Policy Evaluation, welfare, prices, equity, variables, capital, consumption
Monetary Policy, Endogenous Financial Risk, DSGE models, Non-Linear Dynamics, Policy Evaluation
Interest rates, United States, Monetary policy, Econometric models, Neutral interest rate, output, output gap, federal reserve, equity, price, savings, growth rate, current account surplus, balance sheet, prices
US dollar, United States, Foreign exchange, Risk premium, External shocks, Monetary policy, Structural vector autoregression, General equilibrium models, Foreign exchange, monetary policy shocks, FX risk premium, SVAR
Conditional forecasts, structural vector autoregressions, structual scenario analysis, energy transition, metals, fossil fuels, prices, climate change., estimate supply elasticity, metals production, energy transition, aggregate commodity demand shock, price risk, Metals, Metal prices, Copper, Supply elasticity, Global
Financial crises, Foreign banks, Monetary policy; monetary policy shocks; proxy VAR; central bank communication; central bank predictability; inflation forecast dispersion, Chile, Monetary policy, monetary policy shocks, proxy VAR, central bank communication, central bank predictability, inflation forecast dispersion, Credit Rationing, Relationship Lending
Monetary policy; monetary policy shocks; VAR; proxy VAR; financialintermediation; shadow banking; securitization; GSE; private-label ABS issuers.
Monetary Policy, Endogenous Financial Risk, Bayesian VAR, Non-Linear Dynamics, Policy Evaluation.
Central banks and their policies, Import Tariffs; Export Subsidies; Lerner Condition, Incomplete Markets; Complete Markets, Border Adjustment Tax, Trade War, New Keynesian open-economy model, Import Tariffs, Export Subsidies, Lerner Condition, Incomplete Markets, Complete Markets, Monetary Policy (Targets, Instruments, and Effects)
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Border Adjustment Tax, Import Tariffs and Export Subsidies; Lerner Condition, Incomplete and Complete Markets, New Keynesian open-economy model, Trade War
Food insecurity, growth, food prices, social protection, diet and health, food inflation, income elasticity, FD estimate, elasticity of undernourishment, coefficient estimate, rising prices, least squares, coefficient estimates of the interaction terms, inflation elasticity, ln GDP pc, income share, descriptive statistics, Food security, Income, Inflation, Purchasing power, Global, South Asia
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