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Israel :, Selected Issues

The study shows that the Israeli economy has emerged unscathed from the global financial crisis. The first part of the study outlines the relationship between risk and Israel’s macroeconomic performance, estimated through a regression analysis. The second part of the study focuses on macrofinancial policies to cope with macrofinancial risk, with special emphasis on monetary and fiscal intervention. The study shows that stress testing and CCA analysis play a role in supervisory work; they complement and can inform each other in critical areas
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. Why was Israel so Little Affected by the Great Recession?; A. Economic Structure; B. The Nature of the Global Shock; C. The Policy Response; Figures; I.1. Well Prepared, 2000-10; II. Fiscal and Monetary Frameworks; III. Global Risks and Domestic Macrofinancial Policies in Israel; A. Introduction; B. The Risks in the Global Economy and their Effect on Israel; III.1. Uncertainty in the Global Economy; III.2. The WEO Fan Chart for World Growth; Tables; III.1. Forecasting Israel's GDP; C. The Policy Response to Macrofinancial Risk
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non fiction
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1 online resource (46 p.)
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