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Monetary and Foreign Currency Policy of the European Central Bank

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  • Mladenović Vladimir

    () (Business School of Applied Studies Blace, 70 Kralja Petra I, Blace, Serbia)

  • Hadžić Мiroljub

    (Singidunum University, Department of Business 32 Danijelova Street, Belgrade, Serbia)

Abstract

Ovaj rad se bavi analizom uspešnosti Evropske centralne banke u sprovo_enju svoje monetarne i devizne politike, što je, istovremeno, jedan kompleksan zadatak, od vitalnog znacaja za opravdanost njenog postojanja. ECB, najpre, ulaže velike napore da ide u korak sa svetskom krizom i da ocuva stabilnost evra. Osnovni zadatak Evropske centralne banke jeste da inflaciju zadrži ispod 2%, na godišnjem nivou. Ovaj rad pokazuje da je ECB uspela da održi inflaciju u traženim okvirima, tokom znacajnog vremenskog perioda, sa nekoliko kratkotrajnih izuzetaka. Uspostavljanjem adekvatne monetarne politike, ECB je uspešno ostvarila svoje ciljeve, u referentnom periodu, što je pokazano kroz rezultate trenda inflacije, monetarni agregat M3, kao i nivo kamatnih stopa.

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  • Mladenović Vladimir & Hadžić Мiroljub, 2014. "Monetary and Foreign Currency Policy of the European Central Bank," The European Journal of Applied Economics, Sciendo, vol. 11(1), pages 16-24, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:tejoae:v:11:y:2014:i:1:p:16-24:n:3
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