Alternatives to the central bank in the developing world

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International Monetary Fund , Washington, D.C
Banks and banking, Central -- Developing countries, Monetary policy -- Developing coun

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Statementby Charles Collyns.
SeriesOccasional paper / International Monetary Fund,, no. 20, Occasional paper (International Monetary Fund) ;, no. 20.
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LC ClassificationsHG3550 .C65 1983
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Pagination23 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2785472M
LC Control Number83211276

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Alternatives to the central bank in the developing world. [Charles Collyns] -- This paper deals with the roles of a Central Bank in developing countries.

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The central bank in a developing country aims at the promotion and maintenance of a rising level of production, employment and real income in the country.

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As such, many central banks will hold commercial-bank reserves that are based on a ratio of each commercial bank's deposits. Thus, a central bank may require all commercial banks.

Around the world, central banks have a number of different ownership structures. At one end of the spectrum are central banks, like the Bank of England, that are wholly owned by the public sector.

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These assets have produced strong returns in recent years and are supported by healthy economic fundamentals. This book examines the current state of central banking in 44 developing countries. The authors analyse the banks' achievement in their primary objective of price stability and discuss the reasons behind the general lack of success.

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