Solomon Islands central bank publishes first working paper


The Central Bank of Solomon Islands should persist with monetary targeting as it looks to curb price pressures in the economy, according to the first working paper published on the central bank's new 'economic research webpage'.

At present, the central bank attempts to influence inflation through the money supply in the economy, by changing the cash reserve requirement and conducting open market operations.

In A money demand function of the Solomon Islands, Kenneth Especkerman-True, Elizabeth

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