Household Wealth and Resilience to Financial Shocks in Italy
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KeywordsFlow of funds; Household consumption; Wealth distribution; Bonds; Bank bailouts; Balance sheets; External shocks; Financial and Monetary Sector; Financial crises; Financial institutions; Financial instruments; Macroprudential policies and financial stability; financial linkages; balance sheet analysis; bail-in; bailout; Portfolio Choice; bank of Italy; MFIs; decile; wealthy household; MFI;
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