Announcing Expansion of ERN Monetary Economics eJournal
We are pleased to announce the expansion of Economics Research Network (ERN) Monetary Economics eJournal into the following eJournals:
MONETARY ECONOMICS: CENTRAL BANKS - POLICIES & IMPACTS eJOURNAL
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Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts of empirical and theoretical papers that focus on analysis of central banks' policies (design, instruments, targeting, expectations), including the exchange rate (fixed, flexible, managed float, devaluation, overvaluation, undervaluation), inflation rate (targeting, price stabilization, hyperinflation, deflation), interest rate (determination, term structure, targeting), large-scale asset purchases, and emergency liquidity assistance. It also includes analysis of the macroeconomic impacts of central banks' policies (multiplier effects, money demand and supply, unemployment rate, wages, price level, economic growth, and business cycles) (sections D84, E24, E31, E32, E41, E42, E43, E51, E52, E58, O47, and P44 of the JEL classification system).
MONETARY ECONOMICS: FINANCIAL SYSTEM & INSTITUTIONS EJOURNAL
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Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts of empirical and theoretical papers that include analysis of financial systems and their institutions (commercial banks, other depository institutions, investment banks, insurance companies, pension funds, financial markets, informal sector). It includes analysis of commercial banks' lending and borrowing behavior, and the consumption, saving and investment behavior of households and firms. It also includes analysis of financial institutions in emerging markets (microfinance institutions, Islamic financial institutions and banks, informal credit markets), and households' financial inclusion (sections E21, E22, E44, G20, G21, O16, and O17, of the JEL classification system).
MONETARY ECONOMICS: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL FLOWS, FINANCIAL CRISES, REGULATION & SUPERVISION eJOURNAL
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Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts of empirical and theoretical papers that include analysis of financial crises (nature, evolution, impacts); analysis of international financial flows (open economy macroeconomics, foreign exchange flows, international remittances, cryptocurrencies); and analysis of regulatory and supervisory frameworks (Basel Accords, Dodd-Frank Act) (sections E53, F31, F41, G28, of the JEL classification system).
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