Monetary Policy And Its Application In Ethiopia
by Bahta, Awet Tekie
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The search for a descriptive rule is the case of Ethiopia is of great interest. On the one hand the national bank of Ethiopia does try to follow announced target (before 2006/07 the national bank was focused up on the growth of money supply and the nominal exchange rate. after 2006/07 the focus shifted towards inflation fighting .on the other hand when it is necessary the bank of Ethiopia deviates from declared targets and this case its policy can be treated as rather discretionary. The monetary policy rule of was estimated using the standard techniques namely OLS (ordinary least square) methodology. From this it can be concluded that the monetary policy of Ethiopia is mainly dependent up on the three macro-economic indicators-inflation, GDP (gross domestic product), exchange rate. Such approach fully compile with the theory and practical of monetary regulations.
Bahta, Awet Tekie
Awet Tekie Bahta received a Master's degree in Economics from Bangalore University, India. He worked as Economic Research Officer at the National Bank of Ethiopia from 2009 to 2011 and as specialist for strategic planning at the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange for a year. He now works as Senior Technical Expert for Agricultural Finance in Ethiopia.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
July 26, 2013
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.004 m; 0.15 kg