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Es una publicación semestral desde 1988, que abrió un nuevo espacio a los especialistas latinoamericanos y de países angloparlantes para el análisis de cuestiones de actualidad sobre temas de economía monetaria, cambiaria y financiera. Se presta atención regular a los sucesos que atañen a la propia América Latina y el Caribe, Estados Unidos, la Comunidad Europea y Japón. Cada ejemplar incluye un promedio de seis a siete artículos, varios de los cuales suelen estar dedicados a un mismo tema, con el fin de presentarlo desde distintos puntos de vista.

Los trabajos se debe principalmente a investigadores de los bancos centrales de América Latina, el Caribe, Norteamérica, Europa y Japón.

Volume XXIV, 2011

Number 2, July-December

  • Firm failure and relation lending: new evidence from small businesses.
    José Eduardo Gómez-González and Nidia Ruth Reyes.
  • Stress Tests for Banking Sector: A Technical Note.
    Rodrigo Alfaro and Andrés Sagner.
  • Investigating the Link between Bank Capital & Economic Activity: Evidence on Jamaican Panel Data.
    Sherene A. Bailey-Tapper.

Number 1, January-June

  • Offshore Barbados: a critical analysis.
    Troy Lorde, Jason Lacorbiniere and Brian Francis.
  • Estimations of the natural rate of interest in Colombia.
    Eliana González, Luis F. Melo, Luis E. Rojas and Brayan Rojas.
  • A dynamic factor model of quarterly real gross domestic product growth in the Caribbean: the case of Cuba and the Bahamas.
    Philip Liu and Rafael Romeu.
  • Monetary policy “alternatives” in the face of a dysfunctional transmission mechanism.
    Sharon Miller-Betty
 

Volume XXIII, 2010

Number 2, July-December

  • Monetary policy committees and the decision to publish voting records.
    Esteban Colla de Robertis
  • A normative analysis of banking supervision: independence, legal protection and accountability
    Jorge Ponce
  • Tax policy and macroeconomic activity in Barbados.
    Kevin Greenidge and Lisa Drakes
  • Central bank economic research: output, demand, productivity, and relevance.
    Miguel Sarmiento

Number 1, January-June

  • The dynamics of bank spreads in the Jamaican banking sector: an empirical assessment.
    Dwight S. Jackson
  • A real time evaluation of the central bank of Chile GDP growth forecasts.
    Pablo Pincheira
  • A larger slice of a growing pie: the role of emerging Asia in forecasting commodity prices.
    Olivier Gervais, Ilan Kolet and René Lalonde

Volume XXII, 2009

Number 2, July-December

  • The asymmetric effects of nominal shocks on the Jamaican economy: evidence from a non-linear VAR.
    Neil Mitchell and Wayne Robinson
  • External debt and growth in the Caribbean.
    Daniel Boamah and Winston Moore
  • Evaluation of short run inflation forecasts and forecasters in Chile.
    Pablo Pincheira and Roberto Álvarez
  • Workers remittances and their impact on economic growth in Barbados.
    Trevor Campbell

Number 1, January-June

  • Investigating the market-structure, performance relationship in the commercial banking sector: evidence from Jamaica.
    Sherene A. Bailey
  • What attracts tourists to paradise?
    Evridiki Tsounta
  • A look at imported construction materials by Barbados.
    Trevor Campbell
  • Budget deficit, money growth and inflation: evidence from the Colombian case.
    Ignacio Lozano
  • Balance of payments adjustment in Barbados.
    Brian Francis, Troy Lorde and Kimberly Waithe

Volume XXI, 2008

Number 2, July-December

  • Determinants of commercial banks’ cost of financial intermediation in Jamaica: a maximum likelihood estimation approach.
    Odean B. White
  • What is the size of the pie? Measuring the informal economy in Latin America and the Caribbean Yan Sun Rupa Duttagupta Price dynamics in the Eastern Caribbean.
    Guillermo Vuletin
  • Banknote printing at modern central banking: trends, costs and efficiency.
    Jorge E. Galán and Miguel Sarmiento

Number 1, January-June

  • Commodity prices in Argentina. What does move the wind?.
    Diego Bastourre, Jorge Carrera and Javier Ibarlucia
  • Emigrant remittances and the real exchange rate in Guatemala: an adjustment-costs story.
    Juan Carlos Castañeda Fuentes and Juan Carlos Catalán Herrera
  • Labour market flexibility in small island developing states.
    Xiomara Archibald, Denny Lewis-Bynoe and Winston Moore
  • The sources of capital flows volatility: empirical evidence for emerging countries.
    Carmen Broto Javier Díaz-Cassou and Aitor Erce-Domínguez

Volume XX, 2007

Numer 2, July-December

  • Is long-term private foreign investment for Barbados likely to improve without capital controls.
    Trevor Campbell
  • Public investment and growth in the Eastern Caribbean.
    Shaun K. Roache
  • Staff, functions, and staff costs at central banks: an international comparison with a labor- demand model.
    Jorge E. Galán Camacho and Miguel Sarmiento Paipilla
  • The impact of emerging Asia on commodity prices.
    Calista Cheung and Sylvie Morin

Number 1, January-June

  • Estimating potential output for Jamaica: a structural VAR approach.
    Prudence Serju
  • Regional integration and elasticities of export demand in Barbados.
    Prosper F. Bangwayo-Skeete and Ryan W. Skeete
  • The Laffer curve of macroeconomic volatility and growth: can it be explained by the different nature of crises?.
    Alicia García-Herrero and Josep Vilarrubia
  • A comparison of Canadian and US universal banks: efficiency, productivity, and the role of technology.
    Jason Allen, Walter Engert and Ying Liu

Volume XIX, 2006

Number 2, July-December

  • Measurement problems in household international remittances.
    Kenneth Coates
  • A BVAR forecasting model for Peruvian inflation.
    Gonzalo Llosa Vicente Tuesta Marco Vega
  • The impact of Barbados’ investment climate on its foreign direct investment inflows.
    Trevor Campbell
  • Secrecy in foreign exchange interventions: the point of view of a practitioner in a European context.
    Isabelle Strauss-Kahn

 

Number 1, January-June

  • Sovereign debt sustainability in Jamaica: a risk management approach.
    Jide Lewis
  • Non-linear effects of monetary policy and real exchange rate shocks in partially dollarized economies: an empirical study for Peru.
    Saki Bibio L. and Jorge Salas M.
  • The bank lending channel in Venezuela: evidence from bank level data.
    Adriana Arreaza Coll, Eduardo Torres and Eugenia Santander
  • Commercial banks’ demand for excess liquid assets.
    Tracy Maynard Winston Moore

Volume XVIII, 2005

Number 1, January-June

  • Concentration and price rigidity: evidence for the deposit market in Chile.
    Solange Berstein and Rodrigo Fuentes
  • Modelling and forecasting exchange rate dynamics in Jamaica: an application of asymmetric volatility models.
    Rohan Longmore and Wayne Robinson
  • Interest rate rules vs. money growth rules: some theoretical issues and an empirical application for Venezuela.
    Víctor Olivo

Number 2, July-December

  • Financial innovation and efficiency in the Barbadian banking industry.
    Roland Craigwell, Winston Moore  and Kim Coppin
  • Monetary policy rules and the transmission mechanism in Jamaica .
    Courtney Allen and Wayne Robinson
  • A look at inward foreign direct investment transactions for Barbados.
    Trevor Campbell and Keisha Gill
  • The transmission of world shocks to emergingmarket countries: an empirical analysis.
    Brigitte Desroches

Volume XVII, 2004

Number 2, July-December

  • Fiscal dominance and foreign debt: five decades of Latin American experience.
    Kenneth Coates and Edwin Rivera
  • Dollarization of assets and liabilities: problem or solution? The case of Bolivia.
    Juan Antonio Morales
  • External price competitiveness and trade in the Caribbean.
    Chanelle T. Maxwell and Winston R. Moore
  • The impact of real domestic income on indirect taxes in Barbados with the use of an impulse response function.
    Trevor Campbell

Number 1, January-June

  • Efficient policy rule for inflation targeting in Colombia.
    Martha López P.
  • A small scale macroeconomic model for Venezuela.
    Adriana Arreaza, Enid Blanco and Miguel Dorta
  • Real shocks, credibility & stabilization policy in a small open economy.
    Wayne Robinson
  • Using additional information in estimating the output gap in Peru: a multivariate unobserved component approach.
    Gonzalo Llosa and Shirley Miller

Volume XVI, 2003

Number 2, July-December

  • The Argentine banking and exchange crisis of 2001: can we learn something new about financial crisis?
    Tamara Burdisso, Verónica Cohen Sabban and Laura D'Amato
  • Determinants of the Chilean sovereign spread: is it purely fundamentals?
    Álvaro Rojas O. and Felipe Jaque S.
  • What does really discipline fiscal policy in emerging markets?: the role and dynamics of exchange rate regimes. 
    Enrique Alberola and Luis Molina
  • Building the dedollarization agenda: lessons from the Uruguayan case.
    Gerardo Licandro and José Antonio Licandro

Number 1, January-June

  • Forecasting and analyzing world commodity prices.
    René Lalonde, Zhenhua Zhu and Frédérick Demers
  • Monetary conditions and core inflation: an application of neural networks.
    Prudence Serju
  • Taylor rules and inflation targeting do not work with systematic foreign exchange market intervention.
    Víctor Olivo
  • Price inflation and exchange rate pass-trough in Chile.
    Carlos José García T. and Jorge Enrique Restrepo

Volume XV, 2002

Number 2, July-December

  • The East Asian exchange rate dilemma and the world dollar standard.
    Ronald I. McKinnon
  • Towards new money measurers.
    Paul Gilbert and Lise Pichette
  • The determinants of bank interest spread in Brazil.
    Tarsila Segalla Afanasieff, Priscilla Maria Villa Lhacer and Márcio I. Nakane
  • Competing monies in Guatemala: what should we expect?
    Juan Carlos Castañeda

Number 1, January-June

  • Evaluation and combination of core inflation measures for Brazil.
    Francisco Marcos Rodrigues Figueiredo and Roberta Blass Staub
  • Estimation of speculative attack models and the implications for macroeconomic policy: Jamaica 1991-2000.
    Bosede Nelson-Douglas
  • Towards multibanking in Colombia: from ‘patchwork’ to financial holdings.
    Sergio Clavijo
  • Banking efficiency in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union: an examination of the structure-conduct-performance paradigm and the efficiency hypothesis.
    Tracy Polius and Wendell Samuel
  • The impact of cash flow on corporate investment in Trinidad and Tobago.
    Rudolph Matthias and Allisha Abraham

Volume XIV, 2001

Number 2, July-December

  • Financial sector reform and development finance sweet dreams and hard facts.
    Eduardo Lizano Fait
  • The M1 vector-error-correction model: some extensions and applications.
    Scott Hendry Charleen Adam
  • Public debt, public debt markets and monetary policy in Colombia.
    Patricia Correa
  • Management of international reserves in Trinidad and Tobago, 1964-1996. 
    Leathan Patrick Baptiste

Number 1, January-June

  • Implementing Inflation Targeting in Brazil.
    Joel Bogdanski, Alexandre Antonio Tombini and Sergio R. Da C. Werlang
  • The scope for inflation targeting in a developing economy: feasibility, implications and design issues for Trinidad & Tobago.
    Anston Rambarran
  • Exchange rates and trade balance: testing the short-and-long-run relationship using data for Latin American countries.
    Hernán Rincón Castro
  • Shifting intermediation in a bank centric environment: the case of the OECS financial system.
    Peter Adrien

Volume XIII, 2000

Number 2, July-December

  • Mexico's monetary policy framework under a floating exchange rate regime.
    Agustín G. Cartens and Alejandro M. Werner
  • Monetary policy in a dollarized economy: the case of Peru.
    Zenón Quispe
  • A nonlinear specification of demand for cash in Colombia.
    Luis E. Arango and Andrés González

Number 1, January-June

  • An examination of the purchasing power parity hypothesis in a low inflation environment.
    Reginald Darius and Oral Williams
  • Bank competition and contestability in Trinidad and Tobago: a case for further commitments under the GATS
  • Volatility of rates of return and capital adequacy in the Brazilian banking sector: an analysis of the 1993/97 period.
    Orlando C. de Matos
  • Business cycles in emerging market economies.
    Shaghil Ahmed and Prakash N. Loungani

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La cooperación entre bancos centrales a principios del siglo xxi
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