Books in category Business & Economics – Money & Monetary Policy

  • Asset Prices Booms and Recessions

    Asset Prices, Booms and Recessions
    Willi Semmler

    The focus in this book is on theories, dynamic models and empirical evidence. Empirical applications relate to episodes of financial instability and financial crises of the U.S., Latin American, Asian as well as Euro-area countries.

  • Money Laundering Law

    Money Laundering Law
    Peter Alldridge

    This book examines critically the history, theory and practice of all these developments, culminating in the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, which marks another step in the move towards greater concentration both on the financial aspects of …

  • Brazil

    International Monetary Fund

    Fiscal and monetary policies have been aimed to improve bank reserves, and foreign exchange intervention has been streamlined to curb volatility in the exchange market.

  • Republic of Belarus

    Republic of Belarus
    International Monetary Fund

    This paper discusses key findings of the Detailed Assessment Report on Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) for the Republic of Belarus.

  • Rwanda

    International Monetary Fund

    This paper discusses key findings of the Sixth Review under the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility (PRGF) for Rwanda.

  • Lao People s Democratic Republic

    Lao People’s Democratic Republic
    International Monetary Fund

    Lao People’s Democratic Republic’s growth is expected to moderate but remain fairly robust, supported by large projects in train, strong mineral exports, and expansionary policies.

  • India

    International Monetary Fund

    In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries.

  • Currencies Capital Flows and Crises

    Currencies, Capital Flows and Crises
    John T. Harvey

    Breaking from conventional wisdom, this book provides an explanation of exchange rates based on the premise that it is financial capital flows and not international trade that represents the driving force behind currency movements.

  • Benin

    International Monetary Fund

    Benin experienced a decade of good economic performance, but poverty reduction remains a concern. Policy discussions focused on immediate measures to stabilize and restore the fiscal situation and to obtain structural reforms.

  • Honduras

    International Monetary Fund

    The current stance of monetary and exchange rate policies are broadly appropriate, and financial sector reforms are proceeding. Progress has been made in strengthening monetary operations and the prudential framework.

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