AMRO Group Head and Lead Economist Kevin Cheng discusses Singapore's tight monetary policy stance in helping to manage the country's elevated inflation over the past two years.
This paper provides an analysis of policy performance coming from Bayesian estimation and simulation of a Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) model for Thailand.
The Bank of the Lao PDR (BOL) has long set its sights on modernizing the Laos banking sector.
Growing involvement of the traditional banking system with the crypto ecosystem raises concerns about systemic risk and financial stability.
This paper develops a prototype macroeconomic model for assessing monetary and fiscal policy in a small emerging-market open economy. We then use this model to evaluate the performance of monetary and fiscal policies in Malaysia between 2005 and 2021.
Weighed down by a weakening global economy, the Singapore economy is expected to grow at a moderate pace in 2023.
Inflation has made a comeback in Japan, with the CPI surging as high as 4.3% this year, a level unseen for three decades. What should the BOJ do to strike a balance between stimulating economic growth and ensuring price stability?
This database presents a summary of the capital flow management and macroprudential policy measures deployed by each ASEAN+3 member economy since the 1990s or 2000s.
As a highly open economy, Korea is sensitive to unexpected shifts in the U.S. monetary policy stance.
During 2022, the Korean won (KRW) exchange rate was highly volatile as the U.S. economy emerged from the pandemic and the U.S. dollar (USD) strengthened following the hawkish policy stance of the U.S. Federal Reserve.