This workshop provides an examination of policy perspectives on the linkages between monetary and financial stability, including its dynamic interactions, source of pressures, policy strategy and institutional implication. The workshop will equip participants with an overview of the role, objectives, and lessons for the design of financial stability analysis and macroprudential policy in the light of the recent financial crisis. Participants will also learn further issues in monetary theory, policy frameworks, exchange rate concepts and measurement, enriched with exchange rate policy. The workshop will be augmented with group works and discussions on a policy mix case study.
• New framework on central bank policy mix
• Financial stability: The role, objectives and lesson for the design of financial stability analysis
• Macroprudential policy in the light of the recent financial crisis
• Architecture of macroprudential policies
• Macro-Financial surveillance
• Experience of central bank policy mix implementation
• Case study: Central bank policy mix
Target Audience: The workshop is designed for middle to senior officials from central banks and related policy institutions working on formulating or implementing monetary policy, macroprudential policy and other related areas in macroeconomics and financial stability.