Monetary policy transmission and macroeconomic policy coordination in Pacific island countries
During the global financial crisis, central banks in Pacific island countries eased monetary policy to stimulate economic activity. Judging by the ensuing movements in commercial bank interest rates and private sector credit, monetary policy transmission appears to be weak. This is confirmed by an e...
|Place of publication:||
Melbourne, Australia Blackwell Publishing Asia 01.05.2012
|published in:||Asian-Pacific economic literature Vol. 26; no. 1; pp. 46 - 68|
|Data of publication:||May 2012|
Yongzheng Yang, Resident Representative for Pacific Island Countries, Matt Davies, Coordinator, Pacific Financial Technical Assistance Center, Shengzu Wang, Economist, Jonathan Dunn, Deputy Division Chief and Yiqun Wu, Research Analyst, International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC, USA.
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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