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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS' CENTRAL BANKING SYSTEMS
DR. SHASHI KAPUR DAS
Pages: 3187-3192
Abstract
The comparative analysis of central banking systems in public and private sector banks is essential for understanding the dynamics and effectiveness of monetary policy implementation in today's financial landscape. This study delves into the central banking mechanisms of both public and private sector banks, examining their respective structures, roles, and operational strategies. Through an extensive review of literature and empirical data, this research aims to shed light on the similarities and differences between these two sectors, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses. By evaluating factors such as transparency, accountability, risk management, and the ability to respond to economic crises, this analysis seeks to provide valuable insights into how central banking systems operate within these distinct sectors. The findings of this study are expected to contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding the governance and efficiency of central banking systems, offering policymakers and stakeholders a comprehensive perspective on the strengths and areas for improvement within public and private sector banks' central banking systems.
Keywords
Transparency, Accountability, Risk Structures, Roles and Operational Strategies
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