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Operationalising capital account liberalisation: the Indian experience , pp 123-140 Downloads
Gopalaraman Padmanabhan
China's exchange rate and monetary policies , pp 123-128 Downloads
Wang Xiaoyi
Inflation expectations and a model-based core inflation measure in Colombia , pp 123-151 Downloads
Hernando Vargas-Herrera
Turkey's experience with macroprudential policy , pp 123-139 Downloads
Hakan Kara
Session III: Introductory remarks , pp 123-124 Downloads
John Lipsky
Challenges to China’s monetary policy , pp 124-27 Downloads
People’s Bank of China
Macroprudential policy framework , pp 124-128 Downloads
Christine M Cumming
Electronic trading in Hong Kong and its impact on market functioning , pp 124-137 Downloads
Guorong Jiang, Nancy Tang and Eve Law
Household indebtedness in Sweden and implications for financial stability – the use of household-level data , pp 124-135 Downloads
Mattias Persson
Real estate indicators in Hong Kong SAR , pp 124-38 Downloads
Kelvin Fan and Wensheng Peng
Comments on "Foreign banks and credit conditions in EMEs" , pp 125-128 Downloads
Glenn Hoggarth
Foreign capital and domestic productivity in the Czech Republic , pp 125-137 Downloads
Mojmír Hampl and Tomas Havranek
Foreign exchange market operations and reserve management: the recent experience of Hong Kong , pp 125-132 Downloads
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Macroprudential policies in EMEs: theory and practice , pp 125-139 Downloads
Philip Turner
International monetary policy spillovers and responses , pp 125-127 Downloads
The People's Bank of China
Developing financial markets and operating monetary policy in Asia , pp 126-141 Downloads
Robert McCauley
Flexible exchange rate regime and forex intervention , pp 127-38 Downloads
Jose De Gregorio and Andrea Tokman
Foreign exchange interventions as an (un)conventional monetary policy tool , pp 127-143 Downloads
Lubomir Lizal and Jiří Schwarz
Discussion of Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan, Xiaoxi Liu and Ilhyock Shim’s paper , pp 127-129 Downloads
Filippo di Mauro
The importance of a well developed bond market - an Israeli perspective , pp 127-129 Downloads
Meir Sokoler
Can emerging economy central banks be market-makers of last resort? , pp 128-130 Downloads
Michael Dooley
Regional currency areas and the use of foreign currencies: Lesotho's experience , pp 128-133 Downloads
Tabo Foulo
The bank lending channel in Chile , pp 128-45 Downloads
Rodrigo Alfaro, Carlos García, Alejandro Jara and Helmut Franken
Consolidation, competition, foreign presence and systemic stability in the Saudi banking industry , pp 128-132 Downloads
Jammaz Al-Suhaimi
Capital controls and foreign exchange market intervention in Colombia , pp 128-40 Downloads
José Darío Uribe
The New Zealand corporate bond market , pp 129-35 Downloads
Simon Tyler
Assessing inflationary pressures in Colombia , pp 129-171 Downloads
Hernando Vargas-Herrera, Andres Gonzalez, Eliana González, Jose Romero and Luis Rojas
Risk managers on default probability for prime sovereigns , pp 129 Downloads
Øystein Olsen
Discussion comments on "Labour markets in newly integrating economies such as India and China: are they different?" , pp 129-136 Downloads
Patrick Artus
Has Asian emerging market monetary policy been too procyclical when responding to swings in commodity prices? , pp 129-153 Downloads
Andrew Filardo and Marco Lombardi
Monetary policy and the exchange rate in Colombia , pp 129-153 Downloads
Hernando Vargas H
Key issues for the success of macroprudential policies , pp 129-135 Downloads
Ignazio Visco
An empirical analysis of the relationship between US and Colombian long-term sovereign bond yields , pp 129-158 Downloads
Alexander Guarín López, José Moreno Gutiérrez and Hernando Vargas-Herrera
Household credit in Asia-Pacific , pp 129-144 Downloads
Moritz Schularick and Ilhyock Shim
Choice of currency by East Asia bond issuers , pp 129-142 Downloads
David G Fernandez and Simon Klassen
Should monetary policy pay attention to house prices? The Czech National Bank’s approach , pp 129-140 Downloads
Mojmír Hampl and Tomáš Havránek
Risk management in the face of risky sovereign debt: four observations , pp 130-135 Downloads
Thomas C Wilson
Exchange rate challenges: how should policymakers respond? , pp 130-132 Downloads
Grant Spencer
Structural change in the corporate bond market in Korea after the currency crisis , pp 130-146 Downloads
Sungmin Kim and Jae Hwan Park
The fiscal deficit and macroeconomic stability in Hong Kong SAR , pp 131-139 Downloads
Wensheng Peng, Jiming Ha, Cynthia Leung and Kelvin Fan
European crisis and its implications for global inflation dynamics , pp 131-135 Downloads
Athanasios Orphanides
Towards an international lender of last resort , pp 131-136 Downloads
Stephen Cecchetti
Central bank instruments to deal with the crisis – from the perspective of the People’s Bank of China , pp 131-132 Downloads
People's Bank of China
The role of asset prices in Indian inflation in recent years: some conjectures , pp 131-150 Downloads
Partha Ray and Jorge Somnath Chatterjee
Transmission mechanisms for monetary polidy in emerging market economies: what is new? , pp 131-137 Downloads
Miguel Angel Pesce
Central bank balance sheet expansion: Japan's experience , pp 132-159 Downloads
Kazumasa Iwata and Shinji Takenaka
Exchange rate puzzles and dilemmas: how can policymakers respond? , pp 133-143 Downloads
Diwa C Guinigundo
Foreign participation in the local currency bond markets of emerging market economies: good or bad for market resilience and financial stability? , pp 133-140 Downloads
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Comments on: “Japanese monetary policy: 1998-2005 and beyond” by Takatoshi Ito , pp 133-136 Downloads
Peter Morgan
Comments on Levich and Packer: “Development and functioning of FX markets in Asia and the Pacific” , pp 133-135 Downloads
Takatoshi Ito
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