Dr. Muntazir Hussein, Faculty of Business– Enterprise and Industry

The Article was published in International Journal of Emerging Markets (SCOPUS, WoS IF: 2.067)

Before, financial crises 2008, the monetary policy objective was to stabilize price stability only. However, after financial crises 2008, the new role of monetary policy (central banking) was evolved. The monetary authorities around the world acknowledged that without financial stability, the role of central bank would be incomplete. The article entitled “Effect of monetary policy on bank risk: does market structure matter?” investigated risk-taking channel of monetary policy transmission in Chinese banking industry. The article also investigated the role of various factors in monetary policy transmission. The major finding of this paper is that loose monetary policy induces banks to take excessive risk. However, such effects can be mitigated by encouraging optimal market power in banking industry. Read More...

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