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Monetary transmission under competing corporate finance regimes

The behavioral agent-based framework of De Grauwe and Gerba (2015) is extended to allow for a counterfactual exercise on the role of corporate finance arrangements for monetary transmission. Two alternative firm financial frictions are independently introduced: market-based and bank-based. We...

Leverage Pro-cyclicality and Bank Balance Sheet in Colombia

The recent financial crisis has renewed the interest of economists, both at the theoretical and empirical level, in developing a better understanding of credit and its mechanisms. A rapidly growing strand of the literature views banks as facing funding restrictions that...

Interest Rate Setting and the Colombian Monetary Transmission Mechanism

 

Explaining time to bank failure in Colombia during the financial crisis of the late 1990s

 

Credit Pro-cyclicality and Bank Balance Sheet in Colombia

The recent financial crisis has renewed the interest of economists, both at the theoretical and empirical level, in developing a better understanding of credit and its mechanisms. A rapidly growing strand of the literature views banks as facing funding restrictions that condition their borrowing...

Banks in Colombia: how homogeneous are they?

In complex systems, homogeneity (i.e. lack of diversity) has been documented as a source of fragility. Likewise, financial sector’s homogeneity has been documented as a contributing factor for systemic risk. We assess homogeneity in the Colombian case by measuring how similar banks are regarding...

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