Query : Monetary policy objectives
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Trade-offs between macroeconomic and financial stability objectives
International audience Ten years after the 2008-09 global financial crisis, most advanced economies have recovered and global economic growth has taken hold. However, partly due to accommodative financial conditions, financial risks are on the rise while inflation remains subdued. This revives the d...
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The targeting of inflation as the sole objective of monetary policy is based on the assumption of high financial efficiency, which the systemic crisis has invalidated. Monetary policy needs to be reconfigured in an uncertain world where currency is endogenous and financial stability is a prominent r...
The Nivernais counterfeiting of Nevers’s counts (954-1355). Part 1: the period of detention (approximately 954-1160). II
The strike period of the feodal counterfeiting of Nevers’s comtes lasts for more than four centuries from 954 to 1355. The latest summary of these series dates back to the end of the 19th century. This article follows on from that of the same authors, published in the 2017 numismatic review, proposi...
The Central Bank and the European Monetary Union: the tribulations of credibility
'titreb Summary’/titreb The creation of the European Monetary Union gives an experimental dimension to the acquisition and testing of credibility by a central bank. The theoretical models underlying the concept of credibility reduce the institutional set-up to a very simple pattern and the collectiv...
Is financial support for private R&D always justified ? A discussion based on literature on growth
Many economists have long held that market failures create a gap between social and private returns to Research and Development (R&D), thereby limiting private incentives to invest in R&D. However, this common belief that firms significantly underinvest in R&D is increasingly being challenged, leadi...
An Institutionalist Framework for a Consistent Financial Regulation
International audience In the light of recurrent systemic crises that financialized market economies have been experiencing since the 1980s, this article seeks to determine the conditions required for a regulatory framework apt to ensure financial stability. Drawing upon an Institutionalist Minskyia...
La régulation communautaire de la concurrence fiscale : une approche institutionnelle
In the foreword, it is submitted an initial distinction on competition between companies and competition between jurisdictions. This is followed by an analysis of types and methods of competition between jurisdictions leading to the conclusion that tax competition (an ambiguous concept) represents a...
Learning to manage external constraints : Belgian monetary policy during the Bretton Woods era (1944-1971)
This paper analyses the Belgian monetary and exchange rate policies at the time of Bretton Woods. It sheds light on the groping adjustment process by which internal economic policies are hit by or adapt to the external constraints. In 1944, an ambitious monetary reform laid down the economic policy...
Analysis of monetary regulation of the investment sphere in the Republic of Belarus
The purpose of the article is to substantiate the possibility and necessity of the central bank’s monetary policy to stimulate investment and economic growth for developing economies on the example of the investment sphere and monetary policy in Belarus. It was determined that the impact of monetary...
The Effects of Training, Innovation and New Technology on African Smallholder Farmers' Economic Outcomes and Food Security: A Systematic Review
Many poor people living in Africa depend on their small farms for survival. There has been a lot of interest in trying to reduce poverty in the region by supporting these farmers to produce more and make a profit from their farms. Such interventions include training farmers and introducing them to n...
An empirical analysis of Singapore’s monetary and exchange rate policies in the 1990s
The economy of Singapore has remained relatively unscathed from the Asian currency crisis of 1997 and 1998 which has severely crippled the markets of Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The Monetary Authority of Singapore, which has overseen the country's financial development since the 1960s, has m...
Fiscal and monetary policies in light of the increasing debt service Las políticas fiscal y monetaria a la luz del creciente servicio de la deuda
The progressive increase in the servicing of the debt reflects a weakening of the structure of public finance and an intensification of the policy of monetary stabilization. In the last few years, the external debt has been replaced by internal debt. In an imperfect capital market, such as that whic...
The Impact of Land Property Rights Interventions on Investment and Agricultural Productivity in Developing Countries: a Systematic Review
This Campbell systematic review examines the effect of interventions to strengthen land property rights on outcomes such as investment, agricultural productivity and farmer incomes in rural areas in low and middle‐income countries. The review summarises evidence from 20 quantitative studies (quasi‐e...
A systematic map of evidence on the contribution of forests to poverty alleviation
Abstract Background Forests provide an essential resource to the livelihoods of an estimated 20% of the global population. The contribution of forest ecosystems and forest-based resources to poverty reduction is increasingly emphasized in international policy discourse and conservation and developme...
Psychological implications in children's drawings in nurseries
Education is one of the most important topics that researcher educator and educational society as a whole operated in the latter half of the twentieth century, which won the reflection and study many of officials in the educational cocked in the global regionally and took educational systems around...
Review of Poor States, Power and the Politics of IMF Reform
The book examines the major cases and policy initiatives of International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Low-Income Developing Countries (LIDCs) in the post-Washington consensus. The IMF policy reform invites scholarly debate, different theoretical explanation and practically problem oriented in addressing...
The impact of political objectives on optimal electricity generation and transmission in the Southern African Power Pool
Southern Africa’s electrification is at odds with United Nations goals to provide modern energy for all by 2030. Electricity planning, a crucial tool to optimally match future supply and demand, has largely focused on minimising costs in southern Africa, sometimes complemented by a discussion of a d...
THE MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICY STRATEGY IN THE LIGHT OF THE LATEST GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS
In a domestic and international environment marked by a high degree of uncertainty, only a coherent mix of macroeconomic, structural and macro-prudential policies can sustain the lasting growth path and to ensure price stability and financial stability. The purpose of our paper is to analyze the mac...
LEGAL STATUS AND COMPETENCES OF BODIES OF THE NATIONAL BANK OF POLAND
Objectives The aim of the analysis was to present the current state of the organization and operation of the National Bank of Poland and postulates regarding changes that could strengthen its position as an institution implementing monetary policy. Material and methods The subject of consideration...
Central Banking in The Bahamas
The Central Bank, as the premier financial institution, is entrusted with the responsibility of formulating and conducting monetary policy on behalf of the Government by exercising discretionary control over the monetary and financial system. Monetary policy plays a very important role in the pro...
Quantitative easing of monetary policy using the Fed example — substance, objectives and impact
In response to the crisis, the Federal Reserve conducted a quantitative easing exercise to support the national economy. The work examined the effectiveness of the expansionary monetary policy implemented by the Fed. The economic impact of such measures has been limited and there is a serious risk o...
Public sector reforms and their impact on the level of corruption: A systematic review
Executive summary/Abstract Background In spite of the large number of anti‐corruption reforms implemented in different countries, there has been little research that empirically and systematically assesses the impact of these efforts. Objectives The main objective of this review is to identify what...
Slovak Experience After 10 Years from the Introduction of the Euro as Globalization Factor
One of Slovakia’s globalization tendencies is the successful introduction of the Eurocurrency. It has been 10 years since the introduction of the euro in Slovakia. It is a sufficient time for us to continuously assess the real situation and attitudes of the citizens in this area. There are several p...
Comparative analysis of time and monetary opportunity costs of human-wildlife conflict in Amboseli and Mt. Kenya Ecosystems, Kenya
Traditionally, the cost of Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) has largely focused on visible costs, ignoring the hidden costs (HC). The HC of HWC are losses that are uncompensated, temporarily delayed, or psychosocial in nature. HC, such as opportunity costs (OC) are scantly documented to inform policy c...
Employment, hours and the welfare effects of intra-firm bargaining
Corresponding publicationsWorking Paper | Employment, Hours and the Welfare Effects of Intra-Firm Bargaining. 2016. 〈halshs-01367174〉 International audience Bilateral bargaining between a multiple-worker firm and individual employees leads to overhiring. With a concave production function, the firm...