Monetary Policy to External Shocks: Some Policy Simulations for Sri Lanka and Malaysia
This study examines the monetary implications of the external shocks and the effectiveness of alternative monetary policies that monetary authorities may implement in response to these shocks. The study made use of a simple model, and simulations were undertaken for Sri Lanka and Malaysia.
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