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In this section, we will introduce the macroprudential agenda—the justification for this new policy regime and its objectives. As will become clear, while there is a consensus about the basic role of this new regime, there are important differences of opinion about the precise objectives of the emerging macroprudential regime, and the details of the framework have yet to be fully specified.
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