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ocp-08-08
Inflation Targeting: Perspectives of a Bond Market Vigilante
Published 1/31/2008
135KBPDFIcon
ocp-09-08
Inflation Targeting Readiness Nigeria: the Role of Financial Markets in the Operational Framework
Published 1/31/2008
155KBPDFIcon
ocp-04-08
Inflation Targeting as a Framework for Monetary Policy: Lessons from Country Experience (the Israeli Experience)
Published 1/31/2008
443KBPDFIcon
ocp-02-08
Inflation Targeting as a Framework for Monetary Policy: Issues and Challenges
Published 1/31/2008
117KBPDFIcon
ocp-06-08
Fiscal and Monetary Policy Coordination in an Inflation Targeting Regime
Published 1/31/2008
214KBPDFIcon
ocp-07-08
Financial Markets and the Effectiveness of an Inflation Targeting Framework: Some Key Issues
Published 1/31/2008
62KBPDFIcon
ocp-01-08
Factors in the Choice of Monetary Policy Regime
Published 1/31/2008
260KBPDFIcon
ocp-03-08
Experience with Inflation Targeting in Emerging Markets
Published 1/31/2008
187KBPDFIcon
ocp-05-08
Exchange Rate Regimes and Inflation Targeting
Published 1/31/2008
310KBPDFIcon
rd-31-2005
The Impact Regulatory Sanctions on Banks For Non-Compliance With Foreign Exchange Guidelines: A Case Study of 25 Banks
Published 2/4/2005
292KBPDFIcon
Occassional No. 28
Legislative-Executive Relations and the Budgetary Process in Nigeria
Published 2/24/2004
182KBPDFIcon
ampc-03
Issues in Fiscal Management: Implications for Monetary Policy in Nigeria
Published 12/31/2003
2352KBPDFIcon
MAY,2003
Document of the Monetary Policy Committee Communique,NO.24
Published 6/19/2003
12.7KBPDFIcon
occasional No. 27
Highway Maintenance in Nigeria Lessons from Other Countries
Published 4/30/2003
314KBPDFIcon

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