Oliver Bush
Oliver Bush
Bank of England and London School of Economics
Verified email at lse.ac.uk
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The credit‐to‐GDP gap and complementary indicators for macroprudential policy: Evidence from the UK
J Giese, H Andersen, O Bush, C Castro, M Farag, S Kapadia
International Journal of Finance & Economics 19 (1), 25-47, 2014
692014
GDP-linked bonds and sovereign default
D Barr, O Bush, A Pienkowski
Life After Debt, 246-275, 2014
582014
Measuring the macroeconomic costs and benefits of higher UK bank capital requirements
M Brooke, O Bush, R Edwards, J Ellis, B Francis, R Harimohan, K Neiss, ...
Bank of England Financial Stability Paper 35 (35), 1-55, 2015
472015
Comparing different early warning systems: Results from a horse race competition among members of the macro-prudential research network
L Alessi, A Antunes, J Babecký, S Baltussen, M Behn, D Bonfim, O Bush, ...
372015
Monetary versus macroprudential policies: causal impacts of interest rates and credit controls in the era of the UK Radcliffe Report
D Aikman, O Bush, AM Taylor
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2016
352016
Why is the UK banking system so big and is that a problem?
O Bush, S Knott, C Peacock
Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, Q4, 2014
272014
Reform of the international monetary and financial system
O Bush, K Farrant, M Wright
Bank of England Financial Stability Paper, 2011
262011
Beyond the Credit Gap: Quantity and Price of Risk Indicators for Macro–Prudential Policy
O Bush, R Guimaraes, H Stremmel
Bank of England, Manuscript, 2014
72014
Three Strikes and you’re out
D Aikman, O Bush, J Giese, R Guimaraes, H Stremmel
A simple econometric model of systemic banking crises. CEMLA, World Bank and …, 2013
22013
Reducing Debt Short of Default
T Best, O Bush, L Eyraud, MB Sbrancia
Sovereign Debt: A Guide for Economists and Practitioners, 225, 2019
12019
Éric Monnet, Controlling credit: central banking and the planned economy in postwar France, 1948–1973 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. Pp. xxii+ 327. 30 figs. 8 …
O Bush
The Economic History Review 73 (2), 613-615, 2020
2020
Monetary policy and the Bank of England’s balance sheet
A Hauser, O Bush, B Broadbent, S Tenreyro, M Stelmach, R Maher, ...
2020
Monetary Versus Macroprudential Policies: Causal Impacts of Interest Rates and Credit Controls in the Era of the UK Radcliffe Report
AM Taylor, D Aikman, O Bush
2018
Discussion of Chapter 6: Reducing Debt Short of Default
T Best, O Bush, L Eyraud, B Sbrancia
2018
DP11353 Monetary Versus Macroprudential Policies: Causal Impacts of Interest Rates and Credit Controls in the Era of the UK Radcliffe Report
D Aikman, O Bush, AM Taylor
2016
UK MONETARY AND CREDIT POLICY AROUND THE RADCLIFFE REPORT
D Aikman, O Bush, AM Taylor
2015
Network models, stress testing and other tools for financial stability monitoring and macroprudential policy design and implementation
C Aymanns, O Bush
The World Financial Review
O Bush
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