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The Role of Central Banks in Development Finance: Experience of South East Asian Central Banks

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  • Bimal Nath Rimall

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This study examines various issues of development financing policy experienced in the SEACEN countries. It describes the extent of involvement of the central banks with respect to three broad categories, vis., the institutional aspects, the mobilization aspects and the allocation aspects, and to analyse these experiences with a view to derive issues on each aspect. Such issues as well as the aspects covered are first briefly mentioned at the beginning of each topic and analysed later in the subsequent chapters.

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  • Bimal Nath Rimall, 1984. "The Role of Central Banks in Development Finance: Experience of South East Asian Central Banks," Research Studies, South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre, number rp02, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:sea:rstudy:rp02
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