The grand unifying theory (and practice) of macroprudential policy - speech by Mark Carney

Given at University College London
Published on 05 March 2020

In his last speech as Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney talks about how macroprudential policy can be used to protect financial stability. He also compares macroprudential policy with monetary policy.

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