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  • Tytuł artykułu:
    HOW THE CENTRAL BANK MAKES DECISION ON INTEREST RATES? A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FORECAST IMPORTANCE
  • Opublikowany w czasopiśmie:
  • Rocznik 2017,  tom 12,  numer 2
  • 281-294
  • Oryginalny artykuł naukowy
  • angielski
  • article-0d98664c-5f60-4d47-b892-d9ea97e525e3
  • bwmeta1.element.desklight-6bcc20bd-f32e-4ffe-9fa7-475a76660789
  • 31.07.2017 17:45:25
  • Magdalena Szyszko [1]
  • [1] WSB University in Poznan, Poland
  • Brak afiliacji
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