The Role of South East Asian Central Banks in Development Finance
The role of the central banks in development finance treated in this paper includes the institutional-building aspect, the mobilization of funds and their allocations. This paper looks at the contributions of central banks with respect to these broad categories and analyses their experiences with a view to deriving some policy issues.
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