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Economic growth and funded pension systems

Growing pension savings lead to deeper capital markets. This can have a positive effect on economic growth by allowing firms that are more dependent on external finance to grow faster.

CPB Discussion Paper 279 | 2 July 2014

26 pages | pdf document, 2.5 MB

ISBN 978-90-5833-648-4 | Go to publication

Optimal bail-out policies under renegotiation

We study how the possibility of renegotiation affects optimal bail-out policies for countries under asymmetric information on a country's cost of reforms.

CPB Discussion Paper 261 | 10 December 2013

24 pages | pdf document, 323.1 KB

ISBN 978-90-5833-622-4 | Go to publication

CPB Financial Stability Report 2013

The Dutch House of Representatives has requested CPB and DNB to prepare a joint report on international and national macro-economic developments and their relation to the developments in the financial sector.

CPB Communication | 30 May 2013

28 pages | pdf document, 1.6 MB

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How Large was the Credit Crunch in the OECD?

Reduced credit supply in the years 2008 and 2009 should have resulted in lower growth in industries that are more dependent on external finance.

CPB Discussion Paper 232 | 5 February 2013

24 pages | pdf document, 353.2 KB

ISBN 978-90-5833-583-8 | Go to publication

CPB Financial Stability Report

The Dutch House of Representatives has requested CPB and DNB to prepare a joint report on international and national macro-economic developments and their relation to the developments in the financial sector.

CPB Communication | 30 May 2012

32 pages | pdf document, 1.5 MB

Go to publication

Inside Liquidity in Competitive Markets

In CPB Discussion Paper 209 we study incentives of financial intermediaries to reserve liquidity given that they can rely on the interbank market for their liquidity needs.

CPB Discussion Paper 209 | 20 April 2012

36 pages | pdf document, 1005.8 KB

ISBN 978-90-5833-551-7 | Go to publication

Competition for traders and risk

The financial crisis has been attributed partly to perverse incentives for traders at banks and has led policy makers to propose regulation of banks' remuneration packages.

CPB Discussion Paper 204 | 15 February 2012

26 pages | pdf document, 793.5 KB

ISBN 978-90-5833-546-3 | Go to publication

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