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A Review of Literature on Monetary Neutrality - The case of India

Kuek, Tai Hock (2016): A Review of Literature on Monetary Neutrality - The case of India.

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Abstract

This paper reviews the literature on monetary neutrality in India from empirical perspectives. Based on monetary neutrality proposition, increment in money supply has no effect on real variables in the long-run. In another words, monetary injection into the economy by the government will not trigger or promote real economic growth as in real gross domestic product (GDP) in the long-run. With monetary neutrality proposition, effectiveness of the current monetary policies in an economy can be examined. For the case of India, mixed results have been obtained on the issue of monetary neutrality.

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