The control of money supply in developing countries

April 1989 to January 1992
This project covers six country studies prepared as part of a study of the role of monetary policy in primary-producing, low income countries. The objective of the general study is to examine what monetary policy can be expected to accomplish in low income countries, and what are the principal constraints on its effectiveness. The country studies examine the development of monetary institutions, the determination of money supply and demand, and the objectives and experience of governments in implementing monetary policy in individual countries.
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Monetary control in Ghana: 1957-1988

Working and discussion papers | May 1991 | Nil Kwaku Sowa
This Working Paper is one of seven country studies prepared as part of a study of the role of monetary policy in primary product-dependent, low income countries.
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Monetary policy effectiveness in Indonesia, 1974-1990

Working and discussion papers | March 1991 | Christopher E. Lane, David C. Cole, Betty F. Slade
This Working Paper is one of seven country studies prepared as part of a study of the role of monetary policy in primary product-dependent, low income countries.
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Monetary policy in Kenya, 1967-88

Working and discussion papers | July 1990 | Tony Killick and F.M. Mwega
This Working Paper is one of seven country studies prepared as part of a study of the role of monetary policy in primary product-dependent, low-income countries. The objective of the general study is to examine what monetary policy can be expected to accomplish and...
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