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Bank of Thailand model and its application to policy simulations

Mitsuo Ezaki

Bank of Thailand model and its application to policy simulations

by Mitsuo Ezaki

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Published by Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University in Kyoto, Japan .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 27).

Statementby Mitsuo Ezaki.
SeriesDiscussion paper ;, no. 107, Discussion paper (Kyōto Daigaku. Tōnan Ajia Kenkyū Sentā) ;, no. 107.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2001/00720 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination27, [9] p. ;
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL614132M
LC Control Number96211015

Incorporating Macro-prudential Instruments into Monetary Policy: Thailand’s experience Dr. CHAYAWADEE CHAI-ANANT Billion Baht2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Source: the Bank of Thailand2 2 2 % YoY2 2 Land and building Transactions Ni id 0 20 50 Nationwide Simulations have been used for the past 20 years to better understand the complex dynamics taking place in FMI s since the launch of the Bank of Finland Payment Systems Simulator in Simulations can provide a laboratory setting in which probable effects of different system designs and assumptions on payment flows or available liquidity can.

Download the numbers in Excel. Current assessment. The rating for banking sector risk remains within the BBB band, and the score has improved slightly, from 35 to How to prepare for a seismic shift in climate-related investment. In October , the Network for Greening the Financial System issued its ground-breaking report, â A Sustainable and Responsible Investment Guide for Central Banks' Portfolio Managementâ.

Abstract. The purpose of this chapter is to construct a computable general equilibrium (CGE) model of Thailand which integrates real and financial sectors, 1 and to apply it to a quantitative evaluation of the impacts on the Thai economy caused by such external and internal shocks as oil price changes, fiscal and financial (foreign exchange rate) policies, tax policies and technological Author: Mitsuo Ezaki. Patterns of financial intermediation in Thailand: implications for central bank policy1 Monetary Policy Group, Bank of Thailand Abstract Over the past decade, the domestic bond market and specialised financial institutions (SFIs) have played a greater role in financial intermediation in Thailand


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The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the Bank of Thailand™s policies or the views of the IMF.

This paper aims to document the construction of a small semi-structural model at the Bank of Thailand (BOT) as well as its applications. The model constructed here can be used as a supplementary Author: Surach Tanboon.

Modelling the inflation process in Thailand Atchana Waiquamdee, Bank of Thailand Modelling the inflation process or any other mechanism in the economy is a challenging task for the central bank.

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The Bank of Thailand (BoT) is the central bank of Thailand. BoT's mission is to provide a stable financial environment for sustainable economic growth in order to achieve continuous improvement in the standard of living of the people of Thailand.

Development of the Monetary Policy Framework in Thailand The Bank of Thailand Act, B.E. () was enacted in during the Second World War. The BOT Act specified a mandate for the Bank of Thailand to conduct the business of central banking, with various functions as specified by the Royal Decree Regulating the Affairs of the Bank of Thailand added subsequently.

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The monthly disclosure for Thai issued debt securities is made in accordance to Section 10 of the Bank of Thailand Act, B.E. [as amended by the Bank of Thailand Act (No. 4), B.E. ] to BOT. Under these regulations, BOT is entitled to require CBL and/or its customers on a monthly basis, the disclosure of any data, information or document.

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Bank of Thailand Agenda Pre-Crisis BackgroundCrisis Background Causes of Thailand Financial Crisis in Relevance of Thailand Crisis for Lao P.D.R. Topics The. "Monetary Policy and the Transmission Mechanism in Thailand," Working PapersMonetary Policy Group, Bank of Thailand.

Disyatat, Piti & Vongsinsirikul, Pinnarat, " Monetary policy and the transmission mechanism in Thailand," Journal of Asian Economics. Basel III Pillar 3 Disclosures as of Ma Page | Scope of application Pursuant to the issue of the Notification of the Bank of Thailand Re: Information Disclosure Regarding Capital Fund Maintenance for Commercial Banks which requires commercial banks to disclose bank information.

(bank panel-level data) and using panel data estimation (fix effect, 2SLS, and GMM estimation). The results show a negative effect of the policy interest rate on bank loans. We find that the higher the bank size, liquidity and capitalization, the weaker the effect of the policy interest rate via the bank File Size: 7MB.We build a simulation model to study the impact of the interaction between regulatory changes and competitiveness in the sector on managerial compensation, and in turn their joint impact on a bank.Somsajee Siksamat & Saovanee Chantapong & Noppadol Buranathanung & Sukti Dasgupta & Ruttiya Bhula-or & Daungporn Rodpengsangkaha & Konwit Tunsri & Porngiad Yungyeen & Amonrat Jumnong & Siriporn Siripa, "Thai labour market and its roles in strengthening the Thai Economy," Working PapersMonetary Policy Group, Bank of Thailand.