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Bank procyclicality and output: Issues and policies

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  • Athanasoglou, Panayiotis
  • Ioannis, Daniilidis
  • Manthos, Delis

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The recent global financial crisis has highlighted the importance of the procyclicality of the financial sector. The procyclicality has transformed banks from mitigation mechanisms to amplifiers of changes in economic activity, potentially affecting financial stability and economic growth. The causes of procyclicality can be attributed to market imperfections and deviations from the efficient market hypothesis, while other factors including the Basel-type regulations, accounting standards and leverage have exacerbated it. Several suggestions have been forwarded to attenuate procyclicality, in the form of rules and discretion. They are presented here according to the factors they aim to alleviate. Some of the suggestions have been adopted under the Basel III framework, which explicitly addresses the procyclicality issue.

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Keywords: Banking; procyclicality; demand and supply of loans; capital requirements; Basel II and III;

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