ABSTRACT. Reddy writes that there is greater coordination between central banks, fiscal authorities and regulatory bodies governing financial markets. Berger et al. maintain that by adopting a pro-active strategy monetary policymakers aim at avoiding a future credit crunch in the first place. Aysan writes that the volatility and capital market imperfection follow a nonlinear path. Gnan and Valderrama argue that the effect of the domestic output gap on inflation in the euro area weakened markedly over time.



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