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Indonesia: Staff Report for the 2013 Article IV Consultation

International Monetary Fund
2013 IMF Staff Country Reports  
regional level, of post-program monitoring, and of ex post assessments of member countries with longer-term program engagements.  ...  Key Areas with Joint Programs Budget  The reform agenda for budget and treasury remains a high priority for both institutions.  ...  With external demand expected to remain weak and inventories, which have built up significantly in recent months, expected to level out, economic growth is projected at 6 percent for 2012 before it picks  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781475597325.002 fatcat:euvq2vcshvewlgnolqsvonow5m

Indonesia: Selected Issues

International Monetary Fund.
2018 IMF Staff Country Reports  
A well-sequenced growth-enhancing fiscal strategy is critical for Indonesia.  ...  This paper outlines the priorities of a fiscal strategy, which includes new excise taxes and structural tax reforms to finance infrastructure and well-targeted social programs.  ...  The authorities issued a national strategy for financial inclusion in 2016 and are preparing a national strategy for financial market development.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781484340707.002 fatcat:3xtje4cdq5dw3ohdqtnkjembsy

Macroprudential Policy: The Need for a Coherent Policy Framework

Dirk Schoenmaker, Peter Wierts
2011 Social Science Research Network  
It then specifies the objective, intermediate targets (pillars), instruments, decision-making, accountability, and the legal base. We introduce a two pillar strategy.  ...  The recent literature on macroprudential policy contains several suggestions for possible instruments. This paper puts forward and implements a method for arriving at a coherent policy framework.  ...  In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, financial stability committees with a broad remit are emerging worldwide.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1876595 fatcat:jyk6xqshofhednm7kfo5vgiwny

What is new in the new industrial policy? A manufacturing systems perspective

E. O'Sullivan, A. Andreoni, C. Lopez-Gomez, M. Gregory
2013 Oxford review of economic policy  
A novel framework, the industrial policy matrix, is introduced and then used to illustrate and compare policy approaches in terms of factor inputs, intervention levels, and degrees of coordination.  ...  as on the characteristics that support the competitiveness of national manufacturing systems, including coordination and alignment of related policies, partnerships with industry, and longer-term investment  ...  the government agencies and (non-governmental) stakeholder institutions charged with delivering them.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oxrep/grt027 fatcat:pvix5pnemvhglg5vezo7o6mzei

Financial Intermediation and Economic Growth in Cameroon

Ibrahim Ngouhouo, Giscard Moutie
2015 International Journal of Financial Research  
Cameroonian economic policy from 1988 restructured the financial sector towards a greater Financial Intermediation (FI).  ...  In order to acheive this main objective, the relationship between FI components and economic growth measured by GNP per capita is modeled by a Vector Auto Regression model using secondary data for the  ...  The second rate results from an approach known as the demand for financing because it privileges the choice that applicant made with the profit of recourse to financial intermediaries.  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijfr.v6n3p143 fatcat:c4o53e3zhjfn5oi7uhubhifiru

Volatility versus downside risk: performance protection in dynamic portfolio strategies

Diana Barro, Elio Canestrelli, Giorgio Consigli
2018 Computational Management Science  
As a result, specifically in the US, portfolio strategies based on combinations of market indices and derivatives have been proposed by Stock Exchanges and investment banks: one such example is the S&P500  ...  with option strategies, whose cost as market volatility increases may become excessive.  ...  An appendix with a more extended set of evidences corresponding to several global financial crises is included at the end.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10287-018-0310-4 fatcat:r6dcc62thrhzxc353hfd6jzzhu

Mapping the Shadow Banking System Through a Global Flow of Funds Analysis

Luca Errico, Artak Harutyunyan, Elena Loukoianova, Richard Walton, Yevgeniya Korniyenko, Goran Amidžic, Hanan AbuShanab, Hyun Song Shin
2014 IMF Working Papers  
This paper presents an approach to understanding the shadow banking system in the United States using a new Global Flow of Funds (GFF) conceptual framework developed by the IMF's Statistics Department  ...  We find that external debt liabilities of the financial sector are procyclical and are closely aligned with domestic credit growth. JEL Classification Numbers: F3, F65, G01, G2, G15,  ...  Figure 16 16 presents aggregate financial assets of five subsectors in the United States that are associated with financial intermediation-the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781475517699.001 fatcat:glxumpkydrcvxklmmjhun73gfu

New Strategies for Emerging Domestic Sovereign Bond Markets in the Global Financial Landscape

Hans J Blommestein, Javier Santiso
2007 Global Economy Journal  
It will also be shown that this twin-strategies approach requires taking a macroeconomic policy perspective.  ...  financial stability, and (2) a more successful participation in the global financial landscape.  ...  rapidly approaching $300 trillion in 2006, according to the BIS.  ... 
doi:10.2202/1524-5861.1276 fatcat:5vzbw736tzgcjfzqamawqo5a3e

Regional Monitoring of Capital Flows and Coordination of Financial Regulation: Stakes and Options for Asia

Michael Plummer
2010 Social Science Research Network  
This cooperation, in turn, should take place at the appropriate level, with incentives for cooperation at the global, regional, and subregional levels.  ...  Moreover, it makes the case for closer economic cooperation in order to internalize key externalities associated with modern global finance.  ...  IMPROVING APPROACHES TO COOPERATION AND COORDINATION: OPTIONS FOR ASIA 5.1 Optimal Levels of Cooperation: Global, Regional, or National?  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1592816 fatcat:yihwapo5evh5pe5ypl6ydqve3a

Bargaining Power, Distributional Equity and the Challenge of Offshoring [chapter]

James Burke, Gerald Epstein
2007 Global Capitalism Unbound  
Proponents in the U.S. of a more efficient and equitable approach to off-shoring should support a moratorium on all future trade and investment agreements until solutions are implemented to the taxation  ...  When off-shoring occurs in a context of high levels of aggregate demand, adequate tax levels and effective rules which allow governments to coordinate, then it may indeed have a positive impact on nations  ...  A second factor is the promotion of export-led growth as a standard strategy embedded in bi-lateral trade agreements, IMF structural adjustment, poverty reduction strategy papers, and other mechanisms  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230608849_6 fatcat:gc3wubpjqnehvbz63xoyyxdvoy

Reforming Islamic Finance for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals

Tariqullah Khan Tariqullah Khan
2019 journal of king Abdulaziz University Islamic Economics  
The global financial architecture is designed to protect and preserve the linear economic paradigm. In practice, Islamic finance has also remained a ḥalāl sub-set of this system.  ...  In practice, for the first time, a real paradigm shift from the linear to the ecological/circular economy is noticeably taking place, also inducing the transformation of the financial architecture.  ...  Religious philanthropies and faith-based finance can enhance resources for the SDGs in the frame-work of a blended approach along with public sector resources and private investments.  ... 
doi:10.4197/islec.32-1.1 fatcat:dhdb6qrufvgtllzxaozibs3vla

Cooperation in Science and Innovation between Latin America and the European Union

Simone Belli, Jenny Morín Nenoff
2022 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
In this study we present a comprehensive analysis of the political and the technical levels of the bi-regional cooperation.  ...  The analytical approach that we develop to study bi-regional STI relations is based on a thorough examination of the legal foundations of the EU, which allows for assessment of the possibilities and limits  ...  Acknowledgments: Authors would like to thank Eszter Simon, Sophie von Knebel, Wolfgang Haider, and Ana Andrade Good God for collaborating in this research.  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc8020094 fatcat:khesirywvfdtbdudfvrurp75ie

Indonesia: 2010 Article IV Consultation: Staff Report; Staff Statement; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Executive Director for Indonesia

International Monetary Fund
2010 IMF Staff Country Reports  
regional level, of post-program monitoring, and of ex post assessments of member countries with longer-term program engagements.  ...  Replacing the nonmarketable, noninterest bearing government debt currently held by BI with marketable debt is a key prerequisite for the reform program outlined above.  ...  They welcome staff's appraisal on the resiliency of the economy, garnered from adoption of prudent macroeconomic and financial measures, a series of structural reform policies, combined with a transition  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781455208500.002 fatcat:gxitamsasbcxpamgm2leepmdru

FinTech: A New Hedge for a Financial Re-intermediation. Strategy and Risk Perspectives

Anna Omarini
2020 Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence  
Opportunities and threats for banks are many and new ones to re-gaining their role in the market throughout a re-intermediation process.  ...  Different business value propositions are entering the financial services industry, moving from increasing the user's experience to developing a time to market framework for banks to innovate products,  ...  Automated, algorithmic computer programs are now at the forefront of financial innovation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frai.2020.00063 pmid:33733180 pmcid:PMC7861282 fatcat:gqkn4nr7q5b6lk47ivkr5habj4

Hedge Fund Regulation and Systemic Risk

Robert J Bianchi, Michael E Drew
2010 Griffith Law Review  
As a comparison, FSA (2009) employs BIS estimates of global hedge fund leverage at two to three times FUM.  ...  To provide these intermediation services, hedge fund investors must bear risk that provides them with a market rate of return.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10854666.2010.10854666 fatcat:t7ofswzkwrgexh6yyqh4mrcp3m
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