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Title: Financial sector reforms and stochastic policy simulations: A flow of funds model for India
Authors: Moore, T
Green, CJ
Murinde, V
Keywords: Stochastic simulation;Policy analysis;Financial liberalisation;Flow of loanable funds;India
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Journal of Policy Modelling. 28 (3) 319-333
Abstract: We apply stochastic simulation methods to a system-wide flow of funds model for India for 1951-94. We address two issues; first, the impact of financial reforms on interest rates and loanable funds, and second, the robustness of policy where there is uncertainty about the true model. We find considerable variation in policy risk depending on the policy instrument and the policy regime. Interest rate risks are greater in the controlled regime; quantity risks are greater in the decontrolled regime. Outcomes also depend on controls on intermediaries: more heavily controlled banks respond differently from other less heavily controlled financial intermediaries.
Appears in Collections:Economics and Finance
Dept of Economics and Finance Research Papers

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