Master VWL Winter 2017/18  

Financial Stability and Macroprudential Measures in Emerging Markets

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Gunther Schnabl
Tutor: David Herok
Date: 7./8.12.2017
Room: S205
Language: English
To be graded: Term paper and student presentation
Deadline term paper: t.b.a.
Submission: 23.11.2017
Modul: International Economics 07-202-1102
This seminar is one option (out of three) for the seminar of the module International Economics.
Guidelines for the term paper can be found here.

Introduction and Term Paper Selection

There will be an introduction to the seminar on Tuesday, October 16, at 11:15 in Room SR 1. Students will receive general information about term paper topics (see list below), deadlines and the course of the seminar. Recommendations and guidelines for writing scientific papers are also given.

Seminar introduction

Seminar topics

1.Causes of Financial Instability in Emerging Markets
2.Interest Rate Parity as a Measure for Financial Integration
3.Dilemma or Trilemma? Monetary Policy in Global Financial Markets
4.Financial Liberalization in a Low-Interest-Rate Environment
5.Capital Controls to Shield Off Speculative Capital Inflows
6.Capital Controls, Capital Flight, and Growth
7.Distribution Effects of Capital Controls
8.The Role of Monetary Policy and Capital Controls in Financial Repression
9.The Role of Capital Flows for Growth and Economic Stability in Latin America
10.The Role of Capital Flows for Growth and Economic Stability in East Asia
11.Financial Stability and Economic Growth: A Trade-Off?

letzte Änderung: 31.10.2018