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Testing the characteristics of macroprudential policies’ differential impact on foreign and domestic banks’ lending in Croatia



Mario Bambulović*
   
Miljana Valdec*
Article   |   Year:  2020   |   Pages:  221 - 249   |   Volume:  44   |   Issue:  2
Received:  June 1, 2019   |   Accepted:  December 10, 2019   |   Published online:  June 1, 2020
Download citation        https://doi.org/10.3326/pse.44.2.4       


Figure 1
Ownership structure of the Croatian banking system
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Figure 2
Real and financial cycle development (y-o-y in %)
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Figure 3
Frequency of CNB macroprudential policy actions by type of instrument category, 2000-2018
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Figure 4
Frequency of policy actions by objective of the policy measure for CEE countries, 2000-2018
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Figure 5
Nominal and adjusted growth of total credit to private sector (%)
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Figure 6
Macroprudential policy stance index
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Table 1
Descriptive statistics of bank-specific variables
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Figure 7
Cumulative average abnormal growth rate of banks' loans to the domestic non-financial private sector
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Table 2
Statistical significance of the cumulative average abnormal growth rate of banks' loans to the domestic non-financial private sector
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Table 3
Through-the-cycle impact of macroprudential measures on foreign banks' lending
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Table 4
Through-the-cycle impact of macroprudential measures on domestic banks' lending
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Table 5
Pre-crisis and crisis impact of macroprudential measures on foreign and domestic banks' lending
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