Bolha nos preços dos ativos e política monetária


  • Maurício Simiano Nunes Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina



Preços dos ativos, Bolhas, Política monetária


Neste trabalho realizamos um levantamento dos principais estudos sobre a relação entre as decisões de política monetária e o comportamento dos preços dos ativos. Mais especificamente, a discussão quanto à relevância informacional contidas nestes preços, o impacto sobre a economia real e sua implicação para o redesenho da política monetária. Para exemplificar, discutimos alguns episódios de crises que podem ter sido causadas por bolhas.




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