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Central Bank Policy Mix
By Danny HermawanThis journal explores corporate sustainability in the environmental, social and government sector, particularly in terms of influencing the cash holdings of non-financial companies in Muslim countries from 2003 to 2021. Through pan...
By Danny HermawanAn independent central bank plays a crucial role in achieving price stability as the overarching goal of monetary policy. Research indicates that central banks free from political pressure have higher capacity in terms of implement...
By Danny HermawanThis journal seeks to provide empirical evidence regarding the significance and correlation between trade barriers to digital services and economic growth. Despite existing studies on the effect of trade barriers on international trade, ...
By Danny HermawanThis journal discusses Indonesia's Currency Act (No. 7) of 2011. Information technology has developed so rapidly over the past several years that we must reassess whether this law is still relevant now and moving forward. Tec...
By Safari Kasiyanto Issuing wholesale central bank digital currency would impact monetary policy. Notwithstanding, the impact would be highly determined by the design choices. That was the key takeaway of the latest Bank Indonesia (BI) r...
BI-Epsilon is a blog containing a nontechnical summary of research papers conducted at Bank Indonesia. This page displays the most recent research conducted at the central bank of Indonesia on economic, monetary policy and financial market, macroprudential and financial system, and payment systems dan digitalizations. Also, issues on leadership and other relevant soft skills.
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