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A Note on the Ethical Role that Money Can Play in Development: The Case of Malaysia

  • Abdul-Ghafar Ismail

Abstract

Strategies for the economic development of developing countries traditionally have emphasised larger foreign aids or capital inflows from industrialised countries. But these forms of assistance are in some cases insufficient to overcome the countries’ fundamental problems.

Keywords

Monetary Policy Capital Market Banking System Capital Inflow Secondary Market 
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References

  1. Bank Negara Malaysia (1993) Annual Report (1990–1993) (Kuala Lumpur: Bank Negara Malaysia).Google Scholar
  2. Bank Negara Malaysia (1994) Money and Banking in Malaysia. 35th Anniversary Edition 1959–1994 (Kuala Lumpur: Bank Negara Malaysia).Google Scholar
  3. Ismail, Abdul-Ghafar (1993) ‘Bank Regulations and Monetarty Policy’, Malaysian Management Review, 28, pp. 56–60.Google Scholar

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© Masudul Alam Choudhury. Uzir Abdul Malik and Mohammad Anuar Adnan 1996

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  • Abdul-Ghafar Ismail

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