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Financial Stability Review No.37, September 2021

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The Dynamics Of Foreign Portfolio Investment And Exchange Rate: An Interconnection Approach In Asean

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A Non-Healing Wound: Lasting Consequences Of Unemployment And Informal Self-Employment: An Empirical Evidence From Indon

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Circular Economy And Productivity In A Large Developing Country: Empirical Evidence From Indonesia

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Exchange Rate Insulation Properties And The Role Of Macroprudential Policy In A Small Open Economy

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Macroeconomic Consequences Of Foreign Exchange Futures

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Interdependence Between Monetary Policy And Asset Prices In Asean-5 Countries

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Financial Stability Review
The Financial Stability Review (FSR) is Bank Indonesia's foremost publication in terms of financial system stability, containing assessment results and research conducted by Bank Indonesia in the execution of duties as the macroprudential regulatory and supervisory authority.  Each edition presents the latest macrofinancial assessments of the financial system for the current reporting period, while mapping financial system vulnerabilities in Indonesia, the risks faced as well as financial system resilience against the fragilities faced.  In addition, FSR outlines Bank Indonesia's policy response as well as the outlook for financial system stability in the subsequent period.

FSR provides public information concerning financial system stability conditions and raises salient issues as a public reference in the decision-making process, ultimately building common concern regarding financial system stability in Indonesia.


  1. Central Bank Law Bulletin (Buletin) is produced by the Legal Affairs Department at Bank Indonesia each semester (6 months) to publicly disseminate information and studies concerning central banking laws and legal affairs, while serving as a quality forum to accommodate the various ideas of authors concerning central banking laws and legal affairs.
  2. The Bulletin contains articles written by competent internal and external authors (compiled by legal researchers in the Legal Affairs Department at Bank Indonesia).  The articles contained in the Bulletin are assessed by the Internal Editorial Board of the Legal Affairs Department at Bank Indonesia and peer reviewed by internal and external reviewers.
  3. ​In addition to internal dissemination as a reference for task implementation at Bank Indonesia, the Bulletin is also distributed to external parties, including the Faculty of Law at various universities, print media, banking industry, relevant government institution/agencies and BI Corners located at various universities and schools.​

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