Monetary policy and employment in developing Asia
Provides an overview of the approaches central banks in developing Asia have taken towards promoting economic stability and employment. It looks at ways central banks are concerned with labour market outcomes, and what central bank policies have done to promote employment. The paper also examines why central banks in developing nations do not include employment among their legislated objectives, unlike central banks in Australia, Europe, and USA.
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