Publications & Documents


  • 16-July-2010

    English, , 749kb

    The Design of Government Guarantees for Bank Bonds: Lessons from the Recent Financial Crisis

    Government-guaranteed bank bonds have been an effective tool in avoiding the worst during the financial crisis. However, the pricing of the guarantees has created competitive distortions and the continued availability of such guarantees into 2010 may have reduced the pressure on some banks to address their weaknesses.

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  • 15-July-2010

    English

    Prospects for growth and imbalances beyond the short term

    The global crisis has left the OECD area with lower potential output and a high government debt burden. Moreover, global imbalances are beginning to widen again.

  • 15-July-2010

    English, , 117kb

    Prospects for growth and imbalances beyond the short term

    The global crisis has left the OECD area with lower potential output and a high government debt burden. Moreover, global imbalances are beginning to widen again.

  • 13-July-2010

    English, , 781kb

    Pension Markets in Focus - No 7, July 2010

    While pension funds have strengthened with the financial market rebound, OECD data show that pension fund assets in most countries have yet to recover to pre-crisis levels. Public pension reserve funds, however, have now fully made up for their crisis-related losses due to more conservative investment strategies.

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  • 13-juillet-2010

    Français, , 875kb

    Le Point sur les Marchés des Pensions - No 7, Juillet 2010

    While pension funds have strengthened with the financial market rebound, OECD data show that pension fund assets in most countries have yet to recover to pre-crisis levels. Public pension reserve funds, however, have now fully made up for their crisis-related losses due to more conservative investment strategies.

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  • 13-July-2010

    English

    Pension fund assets struggle to return to pre-crisis levels

    While pension funds have strengthened with the financial market rebound, OECD data show that pension fund assets in most countries have yet to recover to pre-crisis levels. Public pension reserve funds, however, have now fully made for their crisis-related losses due to more conservative investment strategies.

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  • 5-juillet-2010

    Français

    Une évaluation de l’impact de l’augmentation des coûts du capital et du pétrole sur le potentiel de production

    La période 2007-2009 a été caractérisée par un choc pétrolier suivi d’une crise financière. La présente étude propose d’illustrer ces effets par des évaluations numériques s’appuyant sur un modèle stylisé construit à l’aide d’une fonction de production.

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  • 5-juillet-2010

    Français

    Le système bancaire allemand : les leçons de la crise financière

    Le système bancaire allemand a subi des tensions durant la crise financière, notamment en raison de sa forte exposition à des actifs toxiques générés aux États-Unis.

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  • 17-juin-2010

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    Renforcer la stabilité financière en améliorant la réglementation en Hongrie

    La crise mondiale a révélé des faiblesses du système financier hongrois qui mettent en péril la stabilité financière. Ce document est en anglais.

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  • 11-juin-2010

    Français

    Les politiques monétaire et budgétaire en Israël

    En général, la politique monétaire et les perspectives d’inflation sont bonnes mais des défis importants subsistent au niveau de la politique budgétaire en ce qui concerne la réduction de la dette publique.

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