The Monetary Policy of the ECB in the Time of Crisis The Current Empirical Analysis
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Keywordsmonetary policy; interest rates; European banking sector; ECB; crisis; independence; Eurozone; měnová politika; úrokové míry; evropský bankovní sektor; ECB; krize; nezávislost; eurozóna;
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