Monetary policy shifts in Iraq after the 2003 change


  • Ali Jaber Abdul Hussein Al Muthanna University, College of Administration and Economics
  • Hawraa Hakim Hassan Al Muthanna University, College of Administration and Economics



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Policy and monetary form the focus of the attention of many economists and economic currents, as monetary policy occupied an important place among economic policies and this is due to their effective contribution to achieving national economic goals. The Iraqi economy faced many problems and economic imbalances at the internal level, which led to the stumbling of development efforts and the decline Economic performance indicators The goal of transition to a market economy and activating the forces of supply and demand in managing the Iraqi economy is one of the most important procedural steps taken to advance and modernize the Iraqi economy in accordance with the vision The Central Bank of Iraq, through its monetary tools, has contributed through a series of technical and legal measures, especially the new Central Bank Law, which embodies this transformation and allows change to keep pace with this transformation.


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Abdul Hussein, A. J. and Hassan, H. H. (2023) “Monetary policy shifts in Iraq after the 2003 change”, Al-Ghary Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences, 19(2), pp. 99–114. doi: 10.36325/ghjec.v19i2.14303.

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