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Las raíces de las crisis bancarias: contexto macroeconómico

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  • Michael Gavin
  • Ricardo Hausmann

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(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) En este trabajo se tratan las maneras en que los acontecimientos macroeconómicos pueden presionar a los bancos y, en casos extremos, conducir a crisis bancarias. Estas causas macroeconómicas de la vulnerabilidad y las crisis de los bancos tienen implicaciones importantes para los regímenes regulatorios y para la política macroeconómica misma. Buena parte del análisis hace hincapié en la necesidad de fijar la política monetaria teniendo en mente la situación del sistema bancario nacional como una consideración a veces importante. Un objeto de este trabajo es promover el tratamiento de cómo mejor incorporar sistemas bancarios débiles a la gestión de la política macroeconómica.

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  • Michael Gavin & Ricardo Hausmann, 1996. "Las raíces de las crisis bancarias: contexto macroeconómico," Research Department Publications 4027, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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