On the macroeconomics of asset shortages

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National Bureau of Economic Research , Cambridge, Mass
Assets (Accounting) -- Prices -- Econometric models, Equilibrium (Economics), Macroecon
StatementRicardo J. Caballero.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 12753., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 12753.
ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
The Physical Object
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On the Macroeconomics of Asset Shortages Ricardo J. Caballero. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program, International Finance and Macroeconomics Program, Asset Pricing Program.

The world has a shortage of financial assets. Asset supply is having a hard time keeping up with. ON THE MACROECONOMICS OF ASSET SHORTAGES BY RICARDO J.

CABALLERO1, MIT AND NBER The world has a shortage of financial assets. Asset supply is having a hard time keeping up with the global demand for store of value and collateral by households, corporations, governments, insurance companies, and financial intermediaries more broadly.

Get this from a library. On the macroeconomics of asset shortages. [Ricardo J Caballero; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- The world has a shortage of financial assets.

Asset supply is having a hard time keeping up with the global demand for store of value and collateral by households, corporations, governments.

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On the Macroeconomics of Asset Shortages Ricardo J. Caballero∗ MIT and NBER Novem Abstract The world has a shortage of financial assets. Asset supply ishaving a hard time keeping up with the global demand for store of value and collateral by households, corporations, governments, insurance com.

rightsoverthatoutputinadvance,andhencetocreateanassetfromit, dependsona series ofinstitutionalfactorsthat varywidely acrosstheworld.

On one end, developedAnglo-Saxoneconomies, and the US in particu. While the recent literature has emphasized the lack of safe financial assets as a store of value (e.g., Caballero, Ricardo, "On the Macroeconomics of Asset Shortages" MIT mimeo), we. Downloadable.

The world has a shortage of financial assets. Asset supply is having a hard time keeping up with the global demand for store of value and collateral by households, corporations, governments, insurance companies, and financial intermediaries more broadly.

The equilibrium response of asset prices and valuations to these shortages has played a central role in global. Assets Scarcity and Financial Crisis. Region: I’d like to focus initially on the financial crisis. You’ve written that the heart of the crisis wasn’t so much lax monetary policy or a faulty regulatory regime, but rather global asset scarcity, which led to the United States holding a “toxic waste” of highly risky assets—a great phrase.

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A safe asset is a simple debt instrument that is expected to preserve its value during adverse systemic events. The supply of safe assets, private and public, has historically been concentrated in a small number of advanced economies, most prominently the United States. Over the last few decades, with minor cyclical interruptions, the supply of safe assets Cited by: Macroeconomics III: Consumption and Investment Gavin Cameron Lady Margaret Hall Hilary Term introduction • “Consumption is the sole end and purpose of all production; and the interest of the producer ought to be attended to, only so far as it may be necessary forFile Size: KB.

A surplus describes a level of an asset that exceeds the portion used.

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