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Financial Sector Assessment: A Handbook

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Financial Sector Assessment: A Handbook

Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN/ASIN: 0821364324
ISBN-13: 9780821364321
Number of pages: 484

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The Handbook presents an overall analytical framework for assessing financial system stability and developmental needs, providing broad guidance on approaches, methodologies, and techniques of assessing financial systems. It is designed for generic use in financial sector assessments, whether conducted by country authorities themselves, or by World Bank and IMF teams.

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