Financial Reforms and Transmission Mechanism of Monetary Policy in The SEACEN Countries
This study examines the information content of traditional monetary tools in revealing future movements of output and prices, based on information and data obtained from the member central banks as well as in-house database and using the Vector Auto Regression (VAR) approach. It is found that even if these tools could no longer serve individually as a single policy indicator, they remain useful at least as leading indicators in the formulation of monetary policy.
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