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Effective Financial System Stability Framework

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  • Wimboh Santoso
  • Sukarela Batunanggar
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    This paper analyses the concept of financial system stability and how it is practiced as one of the key objectives of a central bank. The paper discusses five main topics related to financial system stability: (i) what is financial system stability and why it is important; (ii) central bank function in maintaining financial system stability; (iii) promoting financial system stability in practice. This topic elaborates research and surveillance activities on the financial system, covering financial institutions and markets, financial infrastructure, domestic finance and international finance; (iv) coordination and cooperation in maintaining financial stability; (v) financial safety nets and crisis management. The paper concludes by posing several key challenges faced by related authorities in creating and maintaning financial system stability.

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    This book is provided by South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre in its series Occasional Papers with number occ45 and published in 2007.
    ISBN: 983-9478-41-9
    Handle: RePEc:sea:opaper:occ45
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