ABSTRACT. Berger et al. remark that the optimal policy response to an asset price boom may depend in a complex way on various economic determinants. Davig says that the position of the optimal trade-off frontier, or efficiency frontier, depends on the variance of the underlying aggregate supply shocks and structural parameters of the model. Hänsel and Krahnen analyze whether the use of credit risk transfer instruments affects the risk taking of large, international banks. Gruben et al. test the links between depositor discipline and the predisposition of banks to break towards risky behavior in periods associated with bank liberalization or privatization.



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