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Debt market development: challenges for the central bank in Poland , pp 175-177 Downloads
Jerzy Stopyra, Anna Trzecińska and Agnieszka Grat
Monetary policy and the transmission mechanism in Mexico , pp 175-209 Downloads
Lorenza Martinez, Oscar Sanchez and Alejandro Werner
Globalisation and its effects on monetary policy: the case of Israel , pp 176-85 Downloads
Meir Sokoler
The term structure as a predictor of real activity and inflation in the euro area: a reassessment , pp 177-92 Downloads
Jesus Crespo Cuaresma, Ernest Gnan and Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald
Measures of trend inflation in Hong Kong , pp 177-200 Downloads
Frank LEUNG, Kevin Chow and Simon Chan
Debt management and optimal fiscal policy with long bonds , pp 177-212 Downloads
Elisa Faraglia, Albert Marcet and Andrew Scott
Foreign exchange intervention and policy: Bank Indonesia experiences , pp 177-87 Downloads
Bank Indonesia
The development of debt markets in emerging economies: the Saudi Arabian experience , pp 178-182 Downloads
Muhammad S Al-Jasser and Ahmed Banafe
The monetary policy transmission mechanism in China , pp 179-181 Downloads
Yi Gang
The impact of public debt on foreign exchange reserves and central bank profitability: the case of Hungary , pp 179-191 Downloads
Gergely Baksay, Ferenc Karvalits and Zsolt Kuti
Monetary policy challenges during the crisis in a small open dollarised economy: the case of Hungary , pp 179-188 Downloads
Áron Gereben, Ferenc Karvalits and Zalan Kocsis
Implications of fiscal issues for central banks. Mexico's experience , pp 180-197 Downloads
José Sidaoui
Internationalisation of currency in East Asia: implications for regional monetary and financial cooperation , pp 180-197 Downloads
Yung-Chul Park and Kwanho Shin
India’s financial openness and integration with Southeast Asian countries: an analytical perspective , pp 181-201 Downloads
Bank for International Settlements
Dislocations in the FX swap and money markets in Hong Kong SAR during the global credit crisis of 2007-08 , pp 181-193 Downloads
Laurence Fung and Ip-wing Yu
Property prices, inflation, and policy challenges in Hong Kong , pp 181-184 Downloads
Dong He
The Lessons learnt from the developmentand reform of China’s banking sector , pp 181-87 Downloads
Liu Shiyu, Wu Yi and Liu Zhengming
The determinants of credit spread changes in the euro area , pp 181-199 Downloads
Michael Boss and Martin Scheicher
The transmission mechanism of monetary policy in Colombia: major changes and current features , pp 183-211 Downloads
Hernando Vargas
Debt market development in Singapore , pp 183-189 Downloads
Teo Swee Lian
Real estate prices and CNB monetary policy , pp 184-96 Downloads
Ivan Matalík, Michaela Skolkova and Jan Syrovatka
Monetary policy frameworks in Asia-Pacific: beyond inflation targeting , pp 185-187 Downloads
Sukhdave Singh
The Czech experience with capital flows: challenges for monetary policy , pp 185-205 Downloads
Ludek Niedermayer and Vit Barta
The effects of financial globalization on the Korean financial markets and monetary policy , pp 186-208 Downloads
Kyuyung Chung
Private information, stock markets, and exchange rates , pp 186-210 Downloads
Jacob Gyntelberg, Mico Loretan, Tientip Subhanij and Eric Chan
Comments on Joseph Gagnon's paper "Global imbalances and foreign asset expansion by developing-economy central banks" , pp 186-188 Downloads
Chris Aylmer
Financial stability analysis at the Bank of Finland , pp 186-196 Downloads
Kimmo Virolainen
Optimal active portolio management and relative performance drivers: theory and evidence , pp 187-209 Downloads
Roberto Violi
Approaching a decade of no foreign exchange intervention - lessons from Israel , pp 188-95 Downloads
Meir Sokoler
External factors and monetary policy: Indian evidence , pp 189-199 Downloads
Subit Gokarn and Bhupal Singh
Public Debt Market Risk: The Effects on the Financial System and on Monetary Policy - The Case of Colombia , pp 189-201 Downloads
Hernando Vargas H and Financial Stability Department
Comments on Joseph Gagnon's paper "Global imbalances and foreign asset expansion by developing-economy central banks" , pp 189-192 Downloads
Ooi Sang Kuang
Development of the Thai bond market , pp 190-199 Downloads
Akkharaphol Chabchitrchaidol and Orawan Permpoon
The role of financial factors in the transmission of monetary policy , pp 192-212 Downloads
Laurent Clerk and Christian Pfister
Sovereign debt management in India: interaction with monetary policy , pp 193-198 Downloads
R Gandhi
Central Bank balance sheets as policy tools , pp 193-213 Downloads
Alain Durré and Huw Pill
Extracting growth and inflation expectations from financial market data , pp 193-205 Downloads
Lauri Kajanoja
The demise of the halcyon days in Hungary: “foreign” and “local” banks – before and after the crisis , pp 195-224 Downloads
Adam Banai, Julia Király and Marton Nagy
Foreign exchange intervention and foreign exchange market development in Korea , pp 196-208 Downloads
Gwang-Ju Rhee and Eun Mo Lee
Trading volumes, volatility and spreads in FX markets: evidence from emerging market countries , pp 197-229 Downloads
Gabriele Galati
Residential real estate price indices as financial soundness indicators: methodological issues , pp 197-211 Downloads
Bradford Case and Susan M. Wachter
To what extent are prudential and accounting arrangements pro- or countercyclical with respect to overall financial conditions? , pp 197-210 Downloads
Laurent CLERC, Françoise Drumetz and Olivier Jaudoin
Comments on Park and Shin's paper "Internationalisation of currency in East Asia: implications for regional monetary and financial cooperation" , pp 198-201 Downloads
Rizal A Djaafara
Fiscal issues and central banks in emerging markets: the case of Peru , pp 198-207 Downloads
Kurt Burneo Farfan
Comments on “Understanding monetary policy in Malaysia and Thailand: objectives, instruments and independence” by Robert Neil McCauley , pp 199-203 Downloads
Suchada Kirakul
Fiscal policy, public debt management and government bond markets in Indonesia , pp 199-203 Downloads
Mr Hendar
Comments on Kate Kisselev and Frank Packer’s paper “Minding the gap in Asia: foreign and local currency ratings” , pp 200-201 Downloads
Tom Byrne
Measuring capital market integration , pp 200-221 Downloads
Marina Emiris
The Colombian Government Bond Market , pp 200-212 Downloads
José Darío Uribe and Juan Camilo Gutiérrez
Monetary policy under import price shocks: the case of Hungary , pp 201-207 Downloads
Zoltán M. Jakab and Ferenc Karvalits
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