Impact of monetary policy on gross domestic product (GDP)
This research article focuses on the impact of Monetary Policy on GDP. GDP no doubt is affected by the Monetary Policy of the state. The research papers of various authors have been studied in this regard to prove the Hypothesis and after in depth analysis by applying Regression Analysis technique it has been observed that the relationship between the two exists. The data of past 30 years of Pakistan has been used for driving the conclusion. The study proved that the interest rate has minor relationship with GDP but the Growth in Money Supply greatly affects the GDP of an economy, obviously various unknown factors also affects the GDP. Growth in Money Supply has a huge impact on GDP. The Research study can further be used for developmental projects for the Growth of Economy, Quality improvements, Household production, the underground conomy, Health and life expectancy, the environment, Political immunity and ethnic justice.
|Date of creation:||2011|
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|Publication status:||Published in Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business 1.3(2011): pp. 1348-1361|
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