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Staff Working Papers and Policy Briefs
An Investigation of the Transmission Mechanisms of Monetary Policy in Ghana: A Structural Vector Error Correction Analysis
Friday, 28 February 2003 00:00
A successful implementation of any monetary policy regime requires an accurate and informed assessment of how fast the effects of policy changes propagate to other parts of the economy and how large these effects are.

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A simple vector error correction forecasting model for Ghana
Friday, 28 February 2003 00:00
The forward-looking aspect of monetary policy requires that monetary authorities have a knowledge of where macroeconomic variables, such as
inflation and output, are heading in the future so that policies can be engineered to attain desired objectives.

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Monetary Growth, Exchange Rates and Inflation in Ghana: An Error Correction Analysis
Friday, 28 February 2003 00:00
This paper explores the relationship between monetary growth, exchange rates and inflation in Ghana. It must be noted from the outset, however, that although monetary
developments are an important determinant of price movements in Ghana, a number of other factors are also important..

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Was Basel III Necessary and Will it Bring About Prudent Risk Management in Banking?
Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00

Banks competition reduces margins and impacts on profit. Banks have the incentive to take on more risks by easing their credit standards. Prudent banking is therefore undermined and capital adequacy requirements are used as instruments to limit banks failures. The purpose of this paper is therefore to assess whether Basel III was necessary and would be able to bring about prudent risk management in banking.

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