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Sławiński Andrzej (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland)
Tytuł
Institutional Causes of the Global Banking Crisis and the Emergence of Macro-Prudential Countercyclical Policy
Instytucjonalne przyczyny globalnego kryzysu bankowego i pojawienie się polityki makroostrożnościowej
Źródło
Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Oeconomica, 2013, t. 295, s. 7-24, rys., bibliogr. 75 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Financial Markets and Macroprudential Policy
Słowa kluczowe
Kryzys bankowy, Polityka stabilizacyjna, Stabilność finansowa, Banki centralne
Banking crisis, Stabilisation policy, Financial sustainability, Central banks
Abstrakt
Niedawny światowy kryzys bankowy był efektem splotu powiązanych ze sobą przyczyn w postaci rozwinięcia się globalnych rynków pieniężnych, które stały się głównym źródłem finansowania niestabilnych boomów kredytowych, oraz powstania wielkich uniwersalnych konglomeratów finansowych, które uzyskały decydujący wpływ na kształt regulacji finansowych, doprowadzając do nadmiernej liberalizacji systemu regulacji i nadzoru bankowego. Wszystkie te czynniki stworzyły trzy główne źródła zagrożeń - w postaci zwiększonej procykliczności akcji kredytowej, rosnącej współzależności banków i rosnącego ryzyka ponoszenia przez banki strat bilansowych -które spowodowały globalny kryzys bankowy. Doświadczenia, związane z pojawieniem się w ostatniej dekadzie niestabilnych boomów kredytowych, pokazały, że stabilizowanie inflacji nie wystarczy dla stabilizowania gospodarki. Doświadczenia te wykazały, że polityka makroostrożnościowa powinna stać się drugim instrumentem polityki stabilizacyjnej banku centralnego. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The recent global banking crisis was caused by an intertwined process consisting of the emergence of universal financial conglomerates, the development of global interbank money markets, and of regulatory capture leading to an excessively libertarian approach to financial regulation and supervision. All these factors produced the three main sources of risks that brought about the global banking crisis, namely, enhanced credit pro-cyclicality, banks' interconnected-ness, and their growing exposure to balance sheet losses. The experiences with unsustainable lending booms of the previous decade showed that stabilizing inflation is not sufficient to stabilize the economy. These experiences underscore that macro-prudential policy should be a second weapon in central banks' countercyclical policy arsenal. (original abstract)
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