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A comparison of optimal policy rules prior to and during inflation targeting: empirical evidence from Bank of Canada
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
We examine policy rules that are consistent with inflation targeting (IT) framework in a small macroeconomic model of the Canadian economy. We set up an optimal linear regulator problem and derive policy rules to compare ...
Effectiveness of monetary policy: evidence from Turkey
(Springer International Publishing, 2017-08)
An effective monetary policy framework is often viewed as a pre-condition for well-functioning financial markets. Yet measuring monetary policy effectiveness is not straightforward; it requires empirical work to understand ...
Catching up or drifting apart: convergence of household and business credit in Europe
We provide evidence for convergence in the levels of household and business credit across European countries. The process is particularly strong for the transition countries that have a low initial level of private credit ...
Role of strategic interactions in corporate sustainability decisions: an empirical investigation
(Turkish Economic Association, 2017-01-01)
There is a large amount of empirical literature on the relationship between corporate sustainability and corporate financial performance. However, the literature considers company-specific aspects affecting the link but ...
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