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An Assessment over Alternative Monetary Policy Strategies

Salih Ozturk
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In monetary policy literature, opinions contended against activist politics applications and inflation cost had caused changes in aims of monetary politics priority order in last years, in many developed and developing countries, cost stability is started to accepted as the first aim of the monetary policy. This development excited the alternative monetary policy strategies to come order. Monetary related aims, foreign currency rate aims and inflation aims are the major monetary strategies. Country applications declaredly showed that all pointed strategies could not have been successful of equal standing for reaching the cost stability aim. The achievement of monetary strategies is depended to their reliability.

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Salih Ozturk , 2006. An Assessment over Alternative Monetary Policy Strategies. Journal of Applied Sciences, 6: 2532-2540.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2006.2532.2540


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