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Financial Stability and Monetary Policy

  • Jan Babecky
  • Roman Horvath
Registered editor(s):
  • Jose Peydro Alcalde
  • Sona Benecka
  • Alexis Derviz
  • Adam Gersl
  • Tomas Holub
  • Roman Horvath
  • Petr Jakubik
  • Narcisa Liliana Kadlcakova
  • Dorota Kowalczyk
  • Ivana Kubicova
  • Steven Ongena
  • Jakub Rysanek
  • Jakub Seidler
  • Jaromir Tonner
  • Borek Vasicek
  • Laurent Weill

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This book is provided by Czech National Bank, Research Department in its series Occasional Publications - Edited Volumes with number rb10/2 and published in 2012.
Volume: 10
Edition: 2
Handle: RePEc:cnb:ocpubv:rb10/2
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