Economic Growth Coming Into Focus
- India: we can't rescue Europe. Desai, Ashok V. // World Today;Feb/Mar2012, Vol. 68 Issue 1/2, p28
The author compares economic police in India to economic policy in Europe. According to the article, companies in India have done well under a nationalized banking system that, combined with steady economic growth, has insulated the country from inflation. Topics include the printing of money,...
- Mexico: Political Risk To Constrain Banxico. // Emerging Markets Monitor;3/7/2005, Vol. 10 Issue 45, p8
Analyzes the decision of the Mexican central bank (Banxico) in February 2005 to tighten monetary policy. Concerns on the tightening of the monetary policy; Economic factors which driven the Banxico's decision; Political motives of Banxico's decision.
- Economic Policy: Monetary Policy - Recent Developments. // Taiwan Country Monitor;Feb2012, p12
The article focuses on several developments in the monetary policy in Taiwan through 2011. It notes that the country's central decided to keep its policy rates in December 2011 due to the risks posed by external uncertainties. It mentions that the country's central bank has raised its policy...
- THE POLITICS OF BANK SUPERVISION. Sukarman, Widigdo // Journal of Indonesian Economy & Business;Jan2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p10
The bank supervision function and efficacy of monetary policy are often a trade-off for the central bank. An increasingly integrated financial system and the occurrence of bank crises during the 1980s raised the question: are central banks efficient in overseeing banks and is there a requirement...
- GELD EN KREDIET IN DE SOWJET-UNIE. Klant, J. J. // De Economist (0013-063X);Mei/Jun1967, Vol. 115 Issue 3, p328
When the bolshevists started their attempts to establish a socialist economy in Russia, they seriously considered the possibilities of abolishing money. The idea was, however, abandoned when the New Economic Policy was adopted. It never revived since. Money in the Soviet Union essentially...
- HUNGARY:. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;7/23/2014, pA02
HUNGARY: The central bank cut its benchmark to 2.1% after 24 monthly cuts from 7%, saying 2.1% would remain unchanged until year-end 2015. It was Europe's longest uninterrupted monetary easing, Bloomberg News said.
- Towards a Made-in-Canada Monetary Policy: Closing the Circle. Chant, John // Bank of Canada Review;Winter2005/2006, p25
Discusses how the Bank of Canada has developed and adopted distinctive approaches to the instruments it uses for monetary policy. Initial influences in the way the bank approached monetary policy; Significance of the transfer of government deposits; Changes in the conditions facing the bank.
- A Simple Empirical Measure of Central Banks' Conservatism. Levieuge, Grégory; Lucotte, Yannick // Southern Economic Journal;Oct2014, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p409
In this article we suggest a simple empirical and model-independent measure of Central Banks' Conservatism based on the Taylor curve. This new indicator can easily be extended in time and space, whatever the underlying monetary regime of the countries considered. We demonstrate that our measure...
- Tough route back to prosperity. Berube, Gerard // CA Magazine;Aug2003, Vol. 136 Issue 6, p5
Discusses the factors that contribute to the chaos in world economics. Manner in which the central banks manipulate monetary leverage; Basis of the model from the runaway inflation in the 1970s; Factors attributed to economic slowdowns or recessions; Need for the central banks to adopt a...