"Against this backdrop, the theme of the 25th annual RBA Conference was liquidity and funding markets. The objectives were threefold: To examine how the role of these markets has evolved over time and how academics and policymakers have changed the way they think about these markets in light of the experience during the crisis. To understand better the dynamics at play during the financial crisis – such as the role of different intermediary types and the role of collateral markets – and to identify the particular points of vulnerability highlighted by the crisis. To reflect on the policy response to the crisis, examining how the exit from unconventional monetary policies and implementation of the breadth of regulatory change that has followed could transform the way that liquidity flows through the financial system and how funding markets function."--Introduction.
Introduction. Alexandra Heath and Mark Manning
The economics of shadow banking / Manmohan Singh
OTC derivatives reform: netting and networks / Alexandra Heath, Gerard Kelly and Mark Manning
Financial markets, institutions and liquidity / Franklin Allen and Elena Carletti
Central bank liquidity provision and core funding markets / Grahame Johnson and Eric Santor
The impact of unconventional monetary policy on the overnight interbank market / Morten L Bech and Cyril Monnet
On the economics of committed liquidity facilities / Morten L Bech and Todd Keister
Funding flows and credit in carry trade economies / Silvia Miranda Agrippino and Helene Rey
Bank funding and financial stability / Prasanna Gai, Andrew G Haldane, Sujit Kapadia and Benjamin Nelson.
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