2 percent in 2018, as central banks gradually remove their postcrisis
accommodation and as an upturn in investment levels off.
While normalization and the related downsizing of the ECB's bond purchase program are part and parcel of the long-awaited recovery cycle in Europe, the modalities, magnitude and speed of execution remain critical, especially when the postcrisis
era is placed in historical context.
At least part of the postcrisis
increase in core deposits came from the expansion of federal deposit insurance from $100,000 to $250,000, which added to the number of accounts that are considered core deposits.
The 2008 financial crisis presents a unique experimental setting in which there is a potential rupture of lending relationships for highly distressed banks, and bank monitoring intensity may become attenuated for such banks during the postcrisis
The marginal effects of logs originating from owned forest land on performance were significantly positive at the 5 percent level during the postcrisis
Unlike many other indicators, weekly hours behaved fairly normally in the postcrisis
Moreover, it has been one of only two G7 countries (the other being Germany) to maintain a Triple-A credit rating throughout the postcrisis
83) in the postcrisis
period, while job destruction seems acyclical (0.
The Bretton Woods institutions have sought to maintain their relevance by addressing the postcrisis
international economic issues on the G20's agenda.
These phases are (a) precrisis preparation, (b) precrisis awareness, (c) in-crisis protocol, (d) in-crisis awareness, (e) postcrisis
awareness, and (f) postcrisis
Despite its current slowdown and adjustment to new realities in the postcrisis
world, China should really see in a positive light that Southeast Asian countries are picking up the manufacturing activities relocated from the Chinese shore.
As expected, NPLs increased significantly in the postcrisis
period as evidenced by the significant positive sign of the DPOSTCR variable.