Center for Financial Innovation and Stability

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Center for Financial Innovation and Stability

The purpose of the Center for Financial Innovation and Stability is to improve knowledge of financial innovation and financial stability as well as the connection between the two, especially as it pertains to Federal Reserve policymaking.

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Should Financial Stability Be a Goal of Monetary Policy?

There has been increased debate about using monetary policy to promote financial stability since the financial crisis. A new Notes from the Vault posits that the theoretical case for using policy to support stability is strong, but practical problems remain.
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Bail-in Debt: Will the Supervisors Pull the Trigger in Time?

The United States and the European Union are planning on using bail-in debt to help reduce taxpayer exposure to systemically important financial institutions. A new Notes from the Vault discusses the importance of timely resolution for this approach to be effective.
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Center for Quantitative Economic Research (CQER)

Fostering empirical research in economics and policy forecasting models

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