In Japan, as in many other countries, monetary policy has been substantially responsible for the nation’s macroeconomic performance, for good or ill. When changes occur in the economic structure, in the regulatory framework or in the international environment, it is inevitable that changes take place in the conduct of policy and in the process of transmission of policy effects.
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- Monetary Policy in Japan: A Perspective on Tools, Transmission Channels and Outcomes
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