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NTUNGILA, Floribert and PINSHI, Christian P. (2019): Fluctuations de prix des matières premières et économie congolaise : manne d’espoir ou de malédiction ?

100147

PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Uncertainty, monetary policy and COVID-19.

100184

PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): COVID-19 uncertainty and monetary policy.

101068

PINSHI, Christian P. (2018): Macroeconomic effects of falling commodity price: Evidence from Democratic Republic of the Congo.

101069

PINSHI, Christian P. (2019): African Continental Free Trade Area : What Implications for African Central Banks?

101071

PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): What impact does COVID-19 have on the Congolese economy and international trade?

101405

PINSHI, Christian P. and KABEYA, Anselme M. (2020): Développement financier et croissance économique en RDC : Supply leading ou demand folowing ?

101449

KIBADHI, Plante and PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Repenser la communication dans la politique monétaire : Vers une orientation stratégique pour la BCC.

101459

PINSHI, Christian P. and KABEYA, Anselme M. (2020): Financial development and Economic growth in the Democratic Republic of the Congo : Supply leading or Demand following?

101526

MALATA, Alain K. and PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Fading the effects of coronavirus with monetary policy.

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KIBADHI, Plante M and PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Rethinking Communication in Monetary Policy: Towards a Strategic leaning for the BCC.

101783

PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Arithmétique du Pass-through de la COVID 19 sur le Système financier Congolais.

101837

PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): On the causal nature between financial development and economic growth in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Is it supply leading or demand following?

102492

PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Snapshot de l’incidence de l’épidémie de coronavirus en Afrique.

102644

PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Rethinking Error Correction Model in Macroeconometric Analysis: A Relevant Review. Published in: Journal of Applied Economic Sciences , Vol. XV, (30 June 2020): pp. 267-274.

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PINSHI, Christian P. (2019): Dollarization and Foreign Exchange Reserve : Debate on the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy in DR. Congo.

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PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Central Bank of Congo : Four Factors Affecting Monetary Policy Effectiveness.

105107

PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Préserver l’Économie à l’Ere de la COVID-19 : Une Pensée Optimale à la Fujita.

106066

PINSHI, Christian P. (2021): Vue d’ensemble de la COVID-19 : De la définition aux effets spillovers macroéconomiques.

106694

PINSHI, Christian P. (2021): Repenser le modèle à correction d’erreurs dans l’analyse macroéconométrique : Une revue.

107792

MALATA, Alain K. and PINSHI, Christian P. (2020): Système financier et COVID-19 : Un examen de l’impact en RDC.

107863

PINSHI, Christian P. (2021): Exploring the usefulness of Fintech in the dark era of COVID-19.

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PINSHI, Christian P. and MALATA, Alain (2020): Canal d’incertitude de la COVID-19 : Quelles stratégies et tactiques pour la politique monétaire ?

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PINSHI, Christian P. (2022): A Note on the Natural Rate of Dollarization: Mathematical Approximation of Limits.

111674

PINSHI, Christian P. (2022): Central Bank Digital Currency: What Basis Should be Taken for Crypto Assets?

111709

PINSHI, Christian P. (2022): Inflation-Forecast Targeting: A New Framework for Monetary Policy?

117370

MULOWAYI, Francis K. and PINSHI, Christian P. (2023): Lucas Paradox, Institutional Quality and Corruption: Evidence from D.R. Congo.

117381

PINSHI, Christian P. (2023): Claims, Deposits and Financial Conditions in DR Congo: Impact of COVID-19 on the Financial System.

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MULOWAYI, Francis K. and PINSHI, Christian P. (2023): Lucas Paradox, Institutional Quality and Corruption: Evidence from D.R. Congo.

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