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New issue of the journal Economic Review
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03/05/2011

The first issue of the journal Economic Review for the year 2011 includes three articles focusing on issues important to the analysis of monetary policy and financial stability.
Daria Finocchiaro, Dan Nyberg, Christian Nilsson and Albina Soultanaeva discuss how Swedish households’ increased indebtedness can be interpreted through a study of the academic literature on household indebtedness, housing prices and the macroeconomy.

Benny Carlsson describes how, in 1931, Sveriges Riksbank became the first central bank in the world to introduce a target for the stabilisation of the domestic price level, and how the discussion of this pioneering achievement was presented in Sweden’s daily press in the 1930s.

Johanna Eklund and Per Åsberg Sommar describe the Swedish market for balancing liquidity between the banks and analyse how it has been affected by the financial crisis.
In the journal Economic Review, the Riksbank publishes in-depth analyses of monetary policy, financial stability, the management of the foreign currency reserve and international cooperation on economic issues and central banks’ activities. As of 2011, the journal will be published exclusively on the Riksbank’s website. This means that the Riksbank will no longer produce a printed version of the journal.
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