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The Nexus of Macroprudential Supervision, Monetary Policy, and Financial Stability


  • Loretta J. Mester


Good morning. I am very pleased to participate in this conference co-organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research. I want to thank Stephen Ong and Joe Haubrich from the Cleveland Fed and Mark Flood and Greg Feldberg from the OFR for putting together such an interesting program. I also thank the editors of the Journal of Financial Stability, which will be publishing a special volume of the journal with some of the papers from the conference. This is the second in what I hope is a series of conferences co-sponsored by the Cleveland Fed and the OFR. I very much value the collaboration between our institutions, which share a similar mission of fostering financial stability in our nation. I believe avenues such as this conference, which bring together researchers, financial sector supervisors, and policymakers from around the globe, provide important ways for us to share different perspectives on the complex subject of financial stability. This dialogue can lead to a better understanding of what we know and what we still need to learn, a crucial step on the road to more effective policymaking.

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  • Loretta J. Mester, 2015. "The Nexus of Macroprudential Supervision, Monetary Policy, and Financial Stability," Speech 54, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedcsp:54

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