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Global trends in large-value payments

Globalization and technological innovation are two major forces affecting the financial system and its infrastructure. Perhaps nowhere are these trends more apparent than in the internationalization and automation of payments. While the effects of globalization and technological innovation are most obvious on retail payments, the influence is equally impressive on wholesale, or interbank, payments. Given the importance of payments and settlement systems to the smooth operation and resiliency of the financial system, it is important to understand the potential consequences of these ...
Economic Policy Review , Volume 14 , Issue Sep , Pages 59-81

Opening remarks for the Transatlantic Economic Interdependence and Policy Challenges Conference

Remarks at the Transatlantic Economic Interdependence and Policy Challenges Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York City.
Speech , Paper 104

What does interconnectedness imply for macroeconomic and financial cooperation?

Remarks at the Swiss National Bank-International Monetary Fund Conference, Zurich, Switzerland.
Speech , Paper 81

U.S.economic policy in a global context

Remarks by President Dudley at the Foreign Policy Association Corporate Dinner, New York City.
Speech , Paper 55

Job polarization in the region

Remarks at the Quarterly Regional Economic Press Briefing, New York City.
Speech , Paper 83

Financial stability and economic growth

Remarks at the 2011 Bretton Woods Committee International Council Meeting, Washington, D.C.>
Speech , Paper 62

Beyond the crisis: reflections on the challenges

Remarks at the Foreign Policy Association Corporate Dinner, New York City
Speech , Paper 8

Globalized banks: lending to emerging markets in the crisis

As banking has become more globalized, so too have the consequences of shocks originating in home and host markets. Global banks can provide liquidity and risk-sharing opportunities to the host market in the event of adverse host-country shocks, but they can also have profound effects across international markets. Indeed, global banks played a significant role in the transmission of the current crisis to emerging-market economies. Flows between global banks and emerging markets include both cross-border lending, which has long been recognized as responding significantly to shocks at home or ...
Staff Reports , Paper 377

Journal Article
International risk-sharing: globalization is weaker than you think

Sylvain Leduc notes that the extent of international risk-sharing remains surprisingly small. This appears to be the case even though the development of international financial markets should better equip households to pool their resources so that their level of consumption varies less from year to year. In ?International Risk-Sharing: Globalization Is Weaker Than You Think,? Leduc digs a little further into the data to uncover why, in spite of recent trends, risk-sharing doesn?t occur more often.
Business Review , Issue Q2 , Pages 18-25



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