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Date   Title of a Press Release
24.04.2017   Press release - Rethinking Monetary–Fiscal Policy Coordination
21.04.2017   Press release - Spring Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank Group
13.04.2017   Press release - New Economic and Financial Developments report and Monthly information on bank performance in February 2017
04.04.2017   Press release - New €50 enters circulation
28.03.2017   Press release - IMF-Slovenia: Staff Concluding Statement of the 2017 Article IV Mission
14.03.2017   Press release - Handbook for Effective Management and Workout of micro, small and medium enterprise NPLs published
14.03.2017   Press release - Analysis of fees charged by banks and savings banks for payment services-2016
01.03.2017   Press release - President of the Deutsche Bundesbank give a speech at the Bank od Slovenia
22.02.2017   Press release - Summary of Macroeconomic Developments and Monthly information on bank performance in December 2016
07.02.2017   Press release - Successful migration of the Slovenian environment to the TARGET2-Securities settlement platform
02.02.2017   Press release - ECB president Mario Draghi in Ljubljana, the 10th anniversary of the introduction of the euro in Slovenia
26.01.2017   Press release - A commemorative 2-euro coin
11.01.2017   Press release - Financial Stability Review and Economic and Financial Developments report

Press release - Rethinking Monetary–Fiscal Policy Coordination

Ljubljana, 24 April 2017

Rethinking Monetary–Fiscal Policy Coordination

Monetary policy has become increasingly accommodative in response to the global financial crisis, relying on unconventional policies, such as large-scale government bond purchases and negative interest rates in some countries. Yet there is broad agreement that there are limits to the scope of monetary policy actions and their effectiveness. Sustainable growth and price stability will require a coherent, integrated policy strategy that also includes contributions from fiscal and structural policies – as well as appropriate policies to contain financial risks.

This book contains the proceedings of the high-level seminar on “Rethinking Monetary‒Fiscal Policy Coordination” organised by the Bank of Slovenia and the International Monetary Fund on 19-20 May 2016 in Portorož, Slovenia. The seminar explored the thinking of policymakers and academics on the roles and coordination of monetary and fiscal policies in the European Union and elsewhere. Three main topics were taken up in separate sessions: (i) principles and practical experience in the coordination of monetary and fiscal policies; (ii) fiscal policy implementation in the EU institutional framework and implications for monetary policy; and (iii) conducting monetary policy when fiscal space is limited.

RETHINKING MONETARY–FISCAL POLICY COORDINATION: Proceedings of a seminar jointly organised by the Bank of Slovenia and the International Monetary Fund, Apr. 2017

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