Response to ‘Improving the accountability of the Financial Policy Committee’

Donald Kohn writes a response to the annex sent to the Treasury Select Committee from David Aikman on the topic of FPC accountability and specifically how to quantify its financial stability objective. [...]

Response to ‘Improving the accountability of the Financial Policy Committee’2022-03-14T17:02:55+00:00

Improving the accountability of the Financial Policy Committee

This article publishes the annex to a letter sent to the Treasury Select Committee from David Aikman on the topic of FPC accountability and specifically how to quantify its financial stability objective. [...]

Improving the accountability of the Financial Policy Committee2022-03-14T17:03:38+00:00

Reactions to the Bank of England’s December 2021 Financial Stability Report

Forensic scrutiny of the decisions taken by policymakers and the analysis that underpins them is an essential component of a healthy public policy regime, particularly one where power has been delegated from [...]

Reactions to the Bank of England’s December 2021 Financial Stability Report, 2022-03-07T13:02:46+00:00

How has the Financial Policy Committee’s objective changed since its inception?

In this article, we take stock of the cumulative effect of the various changes that have been made over time to the Financial Policy Committee (FPC)’s mandate via the Chancellor of the [...]

How has the Financial Policy Committee’s objective changed since its inception?2021-12-09T16:52:48+00:00

The US needs urgently to raise its macropru game

The US needs urgently to raise its macropru game Author: Donald Kohn Published: 15 October 2021 Implementing robust macroprudential policy—addressing threats to financial stability beyond those that were the focus [...]

The US needs urgently to raise its macropru game2021-10-21T10:16:46+01:00

No model and no loss function is not a recipe for good policy

No model and no loss function is not a recipe for good macroprudential policy Author: Richard Barwell Published: 27 September 2021 There is a problem with macroprudential policy. The two [...]

No model and no loss function is not a recipe for good policy2021-09-27T14:23:52+01:00

Macroprudential policy as part of a broader financial stability regime: does it exist, what should it be?

Macroprudential policy as part of a broader financial stability regime: does it exist, what should it be? Author: Sir Paul Tucker Published: 13 September 2021 Macroprudential policy is (supposedly) [...]

Macroprudential policy as part of a broader financial stability regime: does it exist, what should it be?2021-09-28T15:17:29+01:00
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