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Financial dollarization equilibria
by International Monetary Fund, Monetary and Financial Systems Dept. in Washington, D.C
Written in English
Rapidly rising dollarization and numerous related financial crises in recent years have heightened the need for policy action. This paper contributes to the policy debate by presenting a common analytic framework that examines the roots of de facto financial dollarization under different economic environments and analyzes its interplay with monetary and prudential policies. In addition to providing a systematic analysis of the existence, stability, and multiplicity of dollarization equilibria, the paper makes a few novel contributions. In particular, it stresses the key role played by monetary policy endogeneity and identifies the underlying determinants of the peso premium that are responsible for inducing a preference for the dollar in financial transactions.
|Statement||prepared by Alain Ize.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/05/186|
|Contributions||International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Financial Systems Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Part of the Procyclicality of Financial Systems in Asia book series (IMF) Abstract The continuing upward trend in de facto dollarization in most regions of the world and the wave of recent corporate and banking crises in Asia and Latin America, where dollarization played an important supporting role, have raised policy-makers’ consciousness about the need for policy by: Financial dollarization equilibria: a framework for policy analysis.
[Alain Ize; International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Financial Systems Department,] -- Rapidly rising dollarization and Financial dollarization equilibria book related financial crises in recent years have heightened the need for policy action.
F inancial D ollarization as F inancial E quilibrium: T heories of D e F acto D ollarization. Any theory of financial dollarization must be supported by a consistent model in which FD is the outcome of a financial equilibrium between creditors and borrowers that both optimize the currency composition of loan contracts.
Unlike payments dollarization (currency substitution), FD is immune to. Financial Dollarization Equilibria: A Framework for Policy Analysis1 Prepared by Alain Ize September Abstract This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the IMF.
The views expressed in this Working Paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the IMF or IMF by: About this book Introduction This volume provides a rigorous and balanced perspective on the causes and implications of dollarization, and the basic policies and options to deal with it: the adaptation of the monetary and prudential frameworks, the development of local-currency substitutes, and the scope for limiting dollarization through administrative restrictions.
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In addition to providing a systematic analysis of the existence, stability, and multiplicity of dollarization equilibria, the paper makes a few novel : Alain Ize. It specifically addresses the most distinctive aspects and policy implications of the financial dollarization debate.
The book covers analytical and empirical advances on the causes and implications of financial dollarization, the policy options to mitigate its negative effects, and recent experiences in adapting the monetary and prudential frameworks to a dollarized environment, developing local-currency substitutes, and limiting dollarization.
In addition to providing a systematic analysis of the existence, stability, and multiplicity of dollarization equilibria, the paper makes a few novel contributions. In particular, it stresses the key role played by monetary policy endogeneity and identifies the underlying determinants of the peso premium that are responsible for inducing a preference for the dollar in financial transactions.
In addition to providing a systematic analysis of the existence, stability, and multiplicity of dollarization equilibria, the paper makes a few novel contributions. In particular, it stresses the key role played by monetary policy endogeneity and identifies the underlying determinants of the peso premium that are responsible for inducing a preference for the dollar in financial by: Indeed, they usually display weak fiscal, monetary and financial institutional frameworks, and have imperfect access to capital markets.
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Following Ize and Levy Yeyati (), we look at dollarization as the outcome of a financial equilibrium between creditors and borrowers that optimize the currency composition of their contracts, in response to certain features of the economic environment.
The portfolio approach (Ize and Levy Yeyati, ) explains dollarization as a reaction to macroeconomic. This volume provides a rigorous and balanced perspective on the causes and implications of dollarization, and the basic policies and options to deal with it: the adaptation of the monetary and prudential frameworks, the development of local-currency substitutes, and the scope for limiting.
Despite significant strides in financial development over the past decades, financial dollarization, as reflected in elevated shares of foreign currency deposits and credit in the banking system.
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Journals & Books; Register Sign in. In MVP equilibria, dollarization is explained by the second The linkage between real and financial dollarization raises an important caveat to the finding that dollarization may be reduced by targeting inflation exclusively and abstaining from intervening in the money or foreign exchange markets for.
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We propose a theory where liability dollarization arises from an insurance motive of domestic savers. Because financial crises are associated with currency depreciations, savers are reluctant to hold assets denominated in local by: 6.
Financial dollarization: the policy agenda. [Adrián Armas; Alain Ize; Eduardo Levy Yeyati;] -- Financial (unofficial) dollarization is widely regarded as the key source of financial fragility underlying recent financial crises in Asia and Latin America. This study investigates the impact of systemic risks and financial dollarization on real interest rates in emerging economies.
Higher systemic risks induce both higher real interest rates and increased : Edmar L. Bacha, Márcio Holland, Fernando M. Gonçalves. Firstly, the assumption that credit and deposit dollarization are always matched is not broadly supported by our data.
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