Asset Price Inflation and its Control Measures in Selected Countries
This study aims to evaluate the extent of asset price inflation and assess its implications for goods price and financial stability; examine if the asset price cycle has fuelled, or itself been fuelled by, an accompanying cycle in bank credit expansion; and draw inferences on appropriate monetary and financial policies to moderate asset price inflation.
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