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Large-Scale Asset Purchases by Central Banks II: Empirical Evidence

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  • Kerstin Bernoth
  • Philipp König
  • Carolin Raab

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Not just since the European Central Bank announced the large-scale purchase of government bonds a few weeks ago, large-scale asset purchases have always been a controversially discussed topic. This DIW Roundup summarizes the measures that have been taken by central banks in Japan, USA and UK and the empirical evidence about the impacts of these measures on financial markets and the real economy.

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  • Kerstin Bernoth & Philipp König & Carolin Raab, 2015. "Large-Scale Asset Purchases by Central Banks II: Empirical Evidence," DIW Roundup: Politik im Fokus 61, DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:diw:diwrup:61en
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    1. Francisco Ilabaca, 2018. "Measuring the Effects of US Unconventional Monetary Policy on International Financial Markets," 2018 Meeting Papers 861, Society for Economic Dynamics.

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