The Bank of Israel - Vol. 1

By Haim Barkai; Nissan Liviatan | Go to book overview

Index
A page number followed by the letter t or f indicates a table or figure, respectively, on that page.
absorption, government, 36t, 38, 50, 87, 114
accommodative monetary policy, 18, 140, 153, 156–57, 212
core inflation and, 182–98
ADF test equation, 260, 308n20
Advisory Committee of BOI, 63, 90
Advisory Council of BOI, 63
aggregates. See banking system, aggregates; fiscal aggregates; monetary aggregates
aggressiveness indices, 245
agricultural sector, 47, 67
anchor, nominal, 3–4
adoption of exchange rates as, 14, 204, 214
disinflation and, 196–97, 237, 240
exchange rate band as, 214, 216–18
inflation and, 183
lack of, 173–75, 182, 186–87, 260
stabilization (1985) and, 14, 203–4
Anglo-Palestine Bank (APB), 296n5, 298n29
Department of Issue of, 31–36
See also Bank Leumi le-Israel
appreciation, 219, 241, 269
Aridor, Yoram, 165–67, 186
asset and liability balances (BOI)
1954–1967, 85t
1966–1977, 123t
assets market, 241
indexation and, 176–78
balance of payments (BOP)
1948–1954, 55–56
1954–1966, 84, 86–87
1967–1973, 107–9
1973–1985, 109, 145, 152, 156–57, 168
after 1985, 197, 199f, 229
capital account of, 48, 220, 256
crises, 184–86, 260
Hurwitz Plan and, 164
inflation and, 172, 174–75, 182
as NEP target, 55–56
stabilization (1985) and, 204
bank credit. See credit
banking system
aggregates, 81t, 131t
increased competitiveness in, 211, 306n7
monopolistic features of, 209–11
share of GDP, 172

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