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Monetary Policy and Taiwan"s Economy (Academia Studies in Asian Economies Series)

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  • Asian studies,
  • Monetary economics,
  • Money & Monetary Policy,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Banking law,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Monetary policy,
  • ASIA,
  • Taiwan,
  • Congresses,
  • International - General,
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ContributionsGerald P., Jr. Dwyer (Editor), Jin-Lung Lin (Editor), Jia-Dong Shea (Editor), Chung-Shu Wu (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8916373M
ISBN 101840649860
ISBN 109781840649864

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Deflation and Monetary Policy in Taiwan Ya-Hwei Yang, Jia-Dong Shea. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in April NBER Program(s):International Finance and Macroeconomics Program, Monetary Economics Program From to , Taiwan faced a deflationary situation. Loretta J. Mester President and Chief Executive Officer Loretta J. Mester participates in the formulation of U.S. monetary policy, and oversees 1, employees in Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh who conduct economic research, supervise banking institutions, and provide payment services to commercial banks and the U.S. Loretta J. Mester. In the open economy of Taiwan, with its heavy reliance on export-led growth, this rise in foreign exchange holdings has sharply expanded the money supply and has created a major challenge to monetary policy’s basic goal of maintaining price by: 8. Monetary policy concerns the actions of a central bank or other regulatory authorities adopt to manage and regulate currency and credit in order to achieve certain macroeconomic goals. The monetary policy of China aims to keep the value of the RMB stable and contribute to economic growth. "The Law on the People's Bank of China (the PBOC) stipulates that the objective of monetary policy is to.

An economic policy is a course of action that is intended to influence or control the behavior of the economy. Economic policies are typically implemented and administered by the government. Examples of economic policies include decisions made about government spending and taxation, about the redistribution of income from rich to poor, and about the supply of money. monetary policy than it does over employment, but the point is that monetary policy, the level of interest rates, has an effect on em-ployment. The notion that they are unconnected, obviously, isn’t the case. The chairman didn’t say that, but I think that is the im-plication of . Monetary Policy and Taiwan’s Economy questions whether the Asian crisis could have been avoided through the application of recommendations highlighted by the contributors. The conclusion reached is that in an abstract world, perhaps; but in the world in w. of the economy Œand of monetary policy in particular.3 Beyond these theoretical considerations, the e⁄ort that the Federal Reserve devotes to educating the general public and communicating about monetary policy suggests that the question posed in this paper is important for policymaking.4 So, perhaps the lack of empirical work in this area.