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Volume 11, Number 3


Magdalena Kozińska 
CEE EU Central Banks’ Policy during the First Wave of COVID-19


Jonne Lehtimäki, Marianne Palmu
Who Should You Listen to in a Crisis? Differences in Communication of Central Bank Policymakers


Muhammad Azam, Rasheed Khan, Saleem Khan
Does the Phillips Curve Exist? Evidence from the Middle East and North African Countries


Inda Mulaahmetović
Quantitative Easing and Macroeconomic Performance in the United States


Shoaib Khan 
Determinants of Banks Profitability: An Evidence from GCC Countries


Željko Jović, Milena Lutovac Đaković 
Interbank Network as a Channel of Credit Contagion in Banks: Is Moral Hazard Transferable?


Patryk Kaczmarek 

Central Bank Digital Currency: Scenarios of Implementation and Potential Consequences for Monetary System


Erkan Demirbas, Nurettin Can 
Impact of Reserve Option Mechanism on Exchange Rate Volatility during the FED's Tapering Period


Damilola Oyetade, Adefemi A. Obalade, Paul-Francois Muzindutsi 
Changes in Basel Capital Requirements and Lending Ability of African Commercial Banks


Vítor Manuel Morais Pereira, José António Candeias Bonito Filipe 
Board Members’ Educational Background and Financial Performance: Evidence from Eurozone Banks


Eyas Gaffar A. Osman, May Alowi
Book Review „Central Banking in Turbulent Times“, Oxford University Press, 2018 by Francesco Papadia and Tuomas Välimäki