Bank supervisory arrangements: International evidence and Indian perspective

@inproceedings{Narain2001BankSA,
  title={Bank supervisory arrangements: International evidence and Indian perspective},
  author={Aditya Narain and Saibal Ghosh},
  year={2001}
}
Historically, central banks have had the dual objective of safeguarding monetary and financial stability. Increasingly, over the last two decades or so, concerns about financial stability have gained prominence, reflecting the growing number, breadth and severity of bouts of financial distress. At the same time, the role of central banks in safeguarding financial stability has been evolving. In part, this has resulted from developments in the financial system in the wake of liberalisation and… CONTINUE READING

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