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The review of financial repression policies and banking system in Iran

By Omid Dehghan Nejad


The methods of determining the banking interest rate are the main issues in the Iranian economy, this note provides the analysis of banking interest rate and the ways of providing and allocating financial resources in Iran and also, discusses why the financial repression policies in the monetary and banking system do not allow the Iranian economy to growth in its full capacity.Banking Interest Rate, Financial Repression, Monetary and Banking System, Financial Resources

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