The Impacts of Monetary Policy in the 21st Century: Perspectives from Emerging Economies

Ramesh Chandra Das
Vidyasagar University, India

Product Details
02 Sep 2019
Emerald Publishing Limited
432 pages - 152 x 229mm
Since the turn of the 21st century, the global economy has faced several significant financial crises such as the monetary mismanagements of the EURO Zone countries struggling with sovereign debt problems, the Global Financial Crisis between 2007 and 2009 preceded by the housing market collapse, and the Quantitative Easing Policies used by the US Central Bank. The Impacts of Monetary Policy in the 21st Century: Perspectives from Emerging Economies explores and analyses how monetary authorities have handled and continue to confront these issues of economic crises at both a global and country-specific level. 

The book establishes the effect of monetary policies upon economic indicators during the 21st Century at the global, regional, group or country levels, with an emphasis upon emerging economies such as India. In looking at the effects of globalization, demonetization and inflation targeting through the use of panel regression models, unit root tests and case studies, the book provides a unique coverage of quantitative financial economics. 

The Impacts of Monetary Policy in the 21st Century is an illuminating book for postgraduate-level students, researchers and academics in the fields of economics and finance to help develop their understanding of the severe impact of monetary policies upon global economic systems and emerging economies.
Chapter 1. Determining the effects of monetary policies on capital markets of the emerging economies: An evidence from E7 countries; Hasan Dinçer, Serhat Yüksel and Zafer Adali 
Chapter 2. A Theoretical Appraisal of the Inflation-Output Dynamics under Inflation Targeting Monetary Policy; Mainak Bhattacharjee and Debashis Mazumdar  
Chapter 3. Measuring the Effectiveness of Official Development Assistance on the Economic Growth of Developing Countries: A 2009-2013 Analysis; Enrico Ivaldi and Marta Santagata 
Chapter 4. The link between monetary policy and assets prices in Nigeria; Ezebuilo R. Ukwueze, Oliver E. Ogbonna, Henry T. Asogwa and Ozoemena S. Nwodo 
Chapter 5. Negative and Low deposit rates and penalty on savers; B. Janakiraman 
Chapter 6. Re-examining Stock Market Efficiency in Nigeria Using Nonlinear Unit Root Tests; Lawal Adedoyin Isola, Salisu Afees Adebare, Somoye Olukayode, Babajide Abiola Ayoopo and Joseph Niyan Taiwo 
Chapter 7. Optimal monetary policy instruments for Nigeria; Richardson Kojo Edeme, Chinedu U Erobu and Aduku E Biedomo 
Chapter 8. Monetary Policies in the 21st Century's World: Causes, Effects and Recommendations; Sourav Kumar Das 
Chapter 9. Globalization and Inflation in Developing Asia; Rishab Das, Madhabendra Sinha, Anjan Ray Chaudhury and Partha Pratim Sengupta 
Chapter 10. Effects of Demonetization, Clinical Establishment Act and Media News on Medical Tourism? An Exploratory Study in West Bengal; Rabin Mazumder and Prabal Chakraborty 
Chapter 11. Interrelationships among Financial Development, Growth and Trade Openness: Study for USA, China and India; Koushik Das 
Chapter 12. Interaction between the Formal and Informal Financial Sectors and Its Implications on Monetary Policy: Experiences from Indian Economy; Arindam Laha 
Chapter 13. Global financial crisis: A Study of its impact on select S&P BSE SENSEX companies in India during 2005-2013; Ashish Kumar Sana and Soumita Mukherjee 
Chapter 14. The Efficiency of Indian Commercial Banking Industry-A Comparison of service oriented production vis-à-vis financial intermediation approach; Bishan Sanyal, Swati Ghosh and Buddhadeb Chandra 
Chapter 15. An Investigation into India's move towards Emerging Contours of New Monetary Policy Framework; Asim K. Karmakar and Sebak K. Jana 
Chapter 16. India's demonetization, 2016: Microeconomic and Macroeconomic consequences; Anusree Chakraborty and Supravat Bagli 
Chapter 17. How to Fulfil the Objectives of Growth and Inflation Targeting?-A Peep into the Emerging Contour of India's Monetary Policy; Sovik Mukherjee and Asim K. Karmakar 
Chapter 18. Determinants of Operating Efficiency of Commercial Banks in India-Insights from Panel Regression Model; Swati Ghosh and Bishan Sanyal 
Chapter 19. Role of Monetary policy on generating output and price stability in India: An Investigation; Jayabrata Ghosh 
Chapter 20. Global Liquidity: A Review of Concepts, Measurement and Effect on Asset Prices: An Empirical Analysis of the Impact on the Indian Stock Market; Suchismita Bose and Somnath Chattopadhyay 
Chapter 21. Role of the Monetary Policy in India during the Pre and Post Global Crisis Era; Rajib Bhattacharyya 
Chapter 22. Marginal Cost Based Lending Rate: A Study on the New Regime of Lending Rate Pattern of the Banking Operations in India; Dipayan Singha, Antara Bhattacharyya and Amit Majumdar 
Chapter 23. Monetary Policy of RBI and Its Impact on the Financial Inclusion in Rural India; Mainak Bhattacharjee, Debashis Mazumdar and Santanu Bisai 
Chapter 24. Monetary Policy and Corporate Performance in India: "Inside the Black Box Thinking"; Aishwarya Nagpal and Megha Jain 
Chapter 25. Monetary Policy in a Global Economy and the Indian Overall Experience; Somnath Karmakar and Subhajit Majumder 
Chapter 26. Impact of Monetary Policy on Indian Economic Growth and Price Stability in the 21st Century: An Exploratory Study; Avijit Brahmachary 
Chapter 27. Impact of Credit Insurance on Potential Risk of Financial Crisis; Ashu Tiwari, Archana Patro and Soniya Mohil
Ramesh Chandra Das is presently Associate Professor of Economics at Vidyasagar University, India with twenty years of teaching and research experience. Dr. Das has contributed to numerous reputable national and international journals, and has also written and edited a number of textbooks and handbooks in the areas of theoretical, financial, environmental and political economics.

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