Problems of monetary policy in underdeveloped countries
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Problems of monetary policy in underdeveloped countries with special reference to India by Prayag Das Hajela

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Published by Lalvani publishing in Bombay .
Written in English


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Statementby P.D. Hajela.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,298p.
Number of Pages298
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13947965M

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Similarly, monetary policy is one of the most used policies in macro-economics and unlike the fiscal policy, its implemented with an aim of influencing the level of aggregate economic activity. However, most of the central banks in the developing countries are faced by a number of challenges in there efforts of trying to implement monetary. Thus, monetary policy requires special attention in a country which seeks to bring about rapid economic growth with controlled inflation. 3. Above all, the growth objective of monetary policy in underdeveloped countries implies the promotional role of monetary authorities. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sethi, J.D. (Jai Dev), Problems of monetary policy in an underdeveloped country. New York: Asia Pub.   Topics covered include financial development and economic growth in underdeveloped countries; instruments and techniques used in the implementation of monetary policy: and econometric policy models. This book is comprised of 46 chapters and begins with a discussion on the main lines of thought in the field of money and monetary policy in LDCs Book Edition: 1.

Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses money and monetary policy in less developed countries (LDCs). The purpose is to survey many of the issues that have been dealt with both by academic economists and policymakers, to throw light on some of the important issues still remaining to be explored, and to show the extent to which some of the core ideas are supported by the empirical . monetary policy on two similar countries with clearly set objectives but limited financial depth and underdeveloped domestic financial capital markets. However, dissimilarity exist in that Kenya operates under a flexible exchange rate while Cote’d Ivoire is under pegged exchange rate. It is important to note that the monetary objectives of theFile Size: 59KB. Identify the lag that may have contributed to the difficulty in using monetary policy as a tool of economic stabilization. The U.S. economy entered into a recession in July The Fed countered with expansionary monetary policy in October , ultimately lowering the . The monetary policy has the limited scope in the underdeveloped countries because of the following reasons: (i) There exists a large non-monetised sector in most of the underdeveloped countries which act as a great hurdle in the successful working of the monetary policy.

the analysis of monetary policy in developed countries (i.e., New Keynesian DSGE models) can be exported to the analysis of policy in developing countries. A consensual view emerged that there are important new dimensions that need to be taken into account in the evaluation of monetary policy in developing Size: 68KB.   Originally published in , with a second edition in , this book is of special interest for having been the first systematic attempt to discuss problems of fiscal policy from the point of view of promoting economic growth in underdeveloped : Taylor And Francis. ADVERTISEMENTS: Monetary Policy in Under-Developed Countries! The effectiveness of monetary policy in under-developed countries, it must be conceded is at best limited mainly because of structural and institutional reasons. ADVERTISEMENTS: i. There is vast non-monetised sector in under-developed countries which lies outside the influence of the central banking techniques and to that extent. Monetary Policy in Developing Countries MILTON FRIEDMAN UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO AND UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII 1. Cyclical versus Secular Policy In the developed countries, most discussion of monetary policy is concerned with the problem of business fluctuations--cyclical expansions and recessions--and hence with the effect of monetary policy on by: 7.