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Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice

Print edition ISSN 1800-9581
Web edition ISSN 2336-9205

About this Journal

The Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice is a scientific and professional journal that the Central Bank of Montenegro publishes thrice a year. The journal has been published since 2012. The most stringent international standards are followed in the publication of papers and reviews which imply “double-blind” review.

This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. 

In order to ensure high ethical standards, the Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice adheres to the basic ethical requirements for scientific publications established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Authors and Reviewers are expected to observe the principles and guidelines of ethical conduct of the Committee on Publication Ethics.
All potential authors are invited to submit their papers in line with the Guideline for Authors.

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Starting from the Volume 3, Number 1,
electronic publishing is provided by the Sciendo.

Current issue
Volume 7, Number 3

Mustafa Özer, Jovana Žugić and Sonja Tomaš-Miskin
The Relationship between Current Account Deficits and Growth in Montenegro: ARDL Bounds Testing Approach 

Milivoje Radovic, Milena Radonjic and Jovan Djuraskovic
Central Bank Independence – The Case of the Central Bank of Montenegro 

Mile Bošnjak
Swiss Franc from the Croatian Perspective 

Joerg Orgeldinger
The Implementation of Basel Committee BCBS 239: Short analysis of the new rules for Data Management 

Umit Bulut
Inflation Expectations in Turkey: Determinants and Roles in Missing Inflation Targets 

Abdelkader Aguir
Central Bank Credibility, Independence, and Monetary Policy 

Laxmi Koju, Ram Koju and Shouyang Wang
Macroeconomic and Bank-Specific Determinants of Non-Performing Loans: Evidence from Nepalese Banking System 

Zoran Todorović
Application of Ethics in the Accounting Profession with an Overview of the Banking Sector 

Turguttopbas Neslihan Topbaş
Are Capital Ratios Procyclical? Evidence from Turkish Banking Data 

Ritesh Patel
Pre & Post-Merger Financial Performance: An Indian Perspective





































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