The Payments Systems Reforms and Monetary Policy in Emerging Market Economies in Central and Eastern Europe
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KeywordsBank reforms; Czechoslovakia; Bulgaria; Central and Eastern Europe; Emerging markets; Romania; Payment systems; Poland; Monetary policy; payments; central bank; credit; monetary management;
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