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Provocările politicii monetare
[Monetary policy challenges]

  • Dumitriu, Ramona
  • Stefanescu, Razvan

During the last decades, the monetary policy had to face significant changes caused by various processes. This paper explores the challenges induced by the recent global crisis to the central banks policies. We approach some possible solutions to the dramatic consequences of the crisis: the abandon of the monetarism and the return to Keynesian principles, orientation towards the full employment in detriment of the prices stability, a more intense coordination between fiscal and monetary policies and new regulations to prevent the banks involvement in asset price bubbles.

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