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The Asian Monetary Policy Forum:Insights for Central Banking

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  • Steven J Davis
    (University of Chicago, USA & Asian Bureau of Finance and Economic Research)

  • Edward S Robinson
    (Monetary Authority of Singapore, Singapore & Asian Bureau of Finance and Economic Research)

  • Bernard Yeung
    (National University of Singapore, Singapore & Asian Bureau of Finance and Economic Research)

Abstract

The Monetary Authority of Singapore, Asian Bureau of Finance and Economic Research, University of Chicago Booth Business School, and National University of Singapore Business School have organised the Asian Monetary Policy Forum (AMPF) annually since 2014. The Forum brings together eminent academics, policymakers and private sector economists to deliberate pressing monetary policy issues particularly relevant for Asian countries.

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  • Steven J Davis & Edward S Robinson & Bernard Yeung (ed.), 2021. "The Asian Monetary Policy Forum:Insights for Central Banking," World Scientific Books, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., number 12323, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:wsi:wsbook:12323
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