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The recent appreciation of the Hong Kong dollar , pp 150-55 Downloads
Research Department
Forex interventions: the Czech experience , pp 150-61 Downloads
Tomas Holub
The role of the central bank in developing debt markets in Mexico , pp 151-164 Downloads
José Julian Sidaoui
On price level stability, real interest rates and core inflation , pp 151-174 Downloads
Sandor Valkovszky and János Vincze
The ASEAN currency and exchange rate mechanism task force , pp 151 Downloads
Ooi Sang Kuang and Sukhdave Singh
Dealing with the benefits and costs of internationalisation of the Korean won , pp 151-171 Downloads
Kyungsoo Kim and Young Kyung Suh
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s experience of managing cross-border migration of US dollar banknotes , pp 152-162 Downloads
Joseph Botta
The use of foreign currencies: the United States perspective , pp 152-153 Downloads
David Howard
The puzzling decline in financial market liquidity , pp 152-158 Downloads
Avinash Persaud
The corporate bond market in Thailand , pp 152-60 Downloads
Pongpen Ruengvirayudh and Sakkapop Panyanukul
Capital flows and financial assets in Colombia: recent behaviour, consequences and challenges for the central bank , pp 153-184 Downloads
Hernando Vargas and Carlos Varela
Banking issues in Argentina , pp 153-62 Downloads
Miguel Angel Pesce
Fiscal issues and central banks: Indonesia's experience , pp 154-157 Downloads
Anwar Nasution
Long-run equilibrium exchange rate notions in monetary policy strategies: the case of the Czech National Bank , pp 155-162 Downloads
Mojmir Hampl and Michal Skořepa
Foreign currency tenders in Hungary: a tailor-made instrument for a unique challenge , pp 155-168 Downloads
Csaba Balogh, Áron Gereben, Ferenc Karvalits and György Pulai
Comments on Andrew Filardo and Marco Lombardi's paper , pp 155-158 Downloads
Luis Catão
Monetary policy issues in Hungary on the eve of EU membership , pp 156-60 Downloads
Gergely Kiss
Sovereign debt management and fiscal vulnerabilities , pp 157-176 Downloads
Alessandro Missale
The interaction between fiscal and monetary policy in Israel , pp 158-166 Downloads
Meir Sokoler
The role of money in monetary policymaking , pp 158-191 Downloads
Klaus Masuch, Sergio Nicoletti-Altimari, Massimo Rostagno and Huw Pill
Panel discussion , pp 159-172 Downloads
Bank for International Settlements
Measuring liquidity under stress , pp 159-161 Downloads
Christian Upper
Evolution of the Czech National Bank's holdings of foreign exchange reserves , pp 159-169 Downloads
Michal Skořepa and Mojmír Hampl
Volatility and persistence of capital flows , pp 159-180 Downloads
Bank for International Settlements
The "great moderation" and the monetary transmission mechanism in Chile , pp 159-178 Downloads
Cristina Betancour, Jose De Gregorio and Juan Medina
Inflation and China's monetary policy reaction function: 2002-2013 , pp 159-170 Downloads
Eric Girardin, Sandrine Lunven and Guonan Ma
Comments on Kazumasa Iwata and Shinji Takenaka's paper "Central bank balance sheets expansion: Japan's experience" , pp 160-163 Downloads
Shinji Takagi
Financial stability analysis using aggregated data , pp 160-185 Downloads
Benjamin Sahel and Jukka Vesala
Some insights into monetary and fiscal policy interactions in the Czech Republic , pp 161-171 Downloads
Vladimír Tomšík
The impact of external shocks on inflation dynamics in CESEE , pp 161-170 Downloads
Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald
Globalisation, financial markets and the operation of monetary policy in India , pp 161-70 Downloads
Rakesh Mohan
Foreign exchange market operations: the recent experience of Hong Kong , pp 162-70 Downloads
Peter Pang
Loan-to-value ratio as a macroprudential tool - Hong Kong SAR's experience and cross-country evidence , pp 163-178 Downloads
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Experience of cross-border movements of Deutsche mark banknotes , pp 163-165 Downloads
Stefan Hardt
Improving the banking system: the Chilean experience , pp 163-80 Downloads
Cristina Betancour, Jose De Gregorio and Alejandro Jara
Mark M Spiegel Comments on Kazumasa Iwata and Shinji Takenaka's paper "Central bank balance sheets expansion: Japan's experience" , pp 164-167 Downloads
Mark Spiegel
Comments on: “Inflation targeting in Korea: a model of success?” by Soyoung Kim and Yung Chul Park , pp 165-167 Downloads
Tim Condon
The development of debt markets in Peru , pp 165-174 Downloads
Marylin Choy
The role of SDR-denominated securities in official and private portfolios , pp 165-186 Downloads
George Hoguet and Solomon Tadesse
Productivity, monetary policy and financial indicators , pp 166-76 Downloads
Arturo Estrella
Offshore use of currency: Hong Kong’s experience , pp 166-177 Downloads
Wensheng Peng and Joanna Y L Shi
The fiscal response to the currency crisis and the challenges ahead - Korea's experience , pp 167-172 Downloads
Chung Kyu Yung
Equity prices as leading indicators: the Asian experience , pp 167-192 Downloads
Kenneth Kuttner
Comments on Nishi and Vergus’s paper “Asian bond issues in Tokyo: history, structure and prospects” , pp 168-170 Downloads
Toshiharu Kitamura
Global imbalances and foreign asset expansion by developing-economy central banks , pp 168-185 Downloads
Joseph Gagnon
Comments on: “Inflation targeting in Korea: a model of success?” by Soyoung Kim and Yung Chul Park , pp 168-171 Downloads
Yang Woo Kim
Intervention in foreign exchange markets: the approach of the Reserve Bank of India , pp 169-176 Downloads
Reserve Bank of India
Recent development of the Korean bond market , pp 171-173 Downloads
Seongtae Lee
What have we learnt about the international transmission of monetary policy in recent years? Perspectives from Hong Kong SAR , pp 171-183 Downloads
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
The international banking crisis and domestic financial intermediation in the Czech Republic , pp 171-179 Downloads
Vitezslav Babicky
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