CentralBanking.com (CB.com): You've recently published a book, Monetary Policy and Financial Sector Reform in Africa: Ghana's Experience. Tell us a little about it.
Mahamudu Bawumia (MB): It's a chronological account and analysis of different monetary policy regimes from Ghana's independence, in March 1957, to date. So it's almost a 50 year monetary and financial sector history of Ghana. The book also looks at developments such as moving from direct controls to monetary targeting and more recent
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