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04Jun/A shadow policy rate to calibrate US monetary policy at the zero lower bound

A shadow policy rate to calibrate US monetary policy at the zero lower bound

04Jun/Measuring Economic Slack: A Forecast-Based Approach with Applications to Economies in Asia and the Pacific

Measuring Economic Slack: A Forecast-Based Approach with Applications to Economies in Asia and the Pacific

04Jun/Globalisation, pass-through and the optimal policy response to exchange rates

Globalisation, pass-through and the optimal policy response to exchange rates

04Jun/Credit Growth, Monetary Policy, and Economic Activity in a Three-Regime TVAR Model

Credit Growth, Monetary Policy, and Economic Activity in a Three-Regime TVAR Model

02Jun/BIS Quarterly Review, June 2014

BIS Quarterly Review, June 2014

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28May/Implementation monitoring of PFMIs: First update to Level 1 assessment report

Implementation monitoring of PFMIs: First update to Level 1 assessment report

28May/Implementation monitoring for the PFMIs: first update to Level 1 assessment report

Implementation monitoring for the PFMIs: first update to Level 1 assessment report