Empirical assessment of Monetary Policy Instruments and Procedures (MPIP) in EU Countries
This paper provides empirical evidence on the use of monetary policy instruments and procedures (MPIP) in EU countries. In particular, it focuses on three important issues which arise in this context. Fist, we examine the structural position of the EU money markets. Second , evidence is presented on the relative roles of different instruments in EU Countriesboth in providing liquidity in general and , in addition, in dealing with changes in liquidity supply. Third, the behaviour of money market interest rates is compared across countries and evidence is presented.
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