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The publications of CEMLA

CEMLA focuses its activities on the monetary, financial and banking fields, where it promotes research, organizes international meetings and seminars and analyses experiences that are systematized through the administration of technical assistance and training programs oriented to capacity-building and updating of the staff of its associated and collaborating members.

One of the Center's main objectives is to inform about the evolution of economic trends inside and outside the Latin American and Caribbean region, as well as to publish main international and regional facts in monetary, banking, and exchange policies. Its books, reviews and bulletins contain a wide stock or information for analysis and represent a permanent source of data for people interested in these matters.

CEMLA's publications comprise two types: Periodical (Boletín, Monetaria, and Money Affairs) and Non-periodical (Research and Discussion Papers).

The Centre produces publications in printed and electronic formats.

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The Role of Payment Systems and Services in Financial Inclusion

Boletín
Volumen LXII, número 4

Are We Ignoring Supply Shocks? A Proposal for Monitoring Cyclical Fluctuations
Research Paper 21

Boletín
Volumen LXII, número 3

Comparing the Transmission of Monetary Policy Shocks in Latin America: A Hierarchical
Panel VAR

Fernando J. Pérez Forero
Award 2015

Monetaria

Volume III, number 2, January-June 2015

Boletín
Volumen LXII, número 2

Boletín
Volumen LXII, número 1

Ensayo 82
Pronóstico de liquidez
Simon T. Gray

Boletín
Volumen LXI, número 4

Boletín
Volumen LX, número 4

Solo un décimo del ingreso que generan los mexicanos inmigrantes en Estados Unidos se envía a México como remesas

Nota de Remesas 4

Monetaria

Volume III, number 1, January-June 2015

Boletín
Volumen LXI, número 3

En 2015 disminuyó el costo de los envíos de remesas a entroamérica y la República Dominicana

Nota de Remesas 4

En 2015 repuntó el ingreso de México por remesas con relación al PIB

Nota de Remesas 2

Las madres son las principales receptoras de remesas en la República Dominicana

Nota de Remesas 1


Migración internacional, remesas e inclusión financiera. El caso de la República Dominicana

Programa de Remesas e Inclusión Financiera

Boletín
Volumen LX, número 2

Boletín
Volumen LX, número 1

Monetaria
Volumen XXXVI, número 2

Características de personalidad y cognitivas: Efectos sobre el comportamiento de repago

Documento de Investigación 20

Manejo del Balance Bancario en México

Documento de Investigación 18

Ingreso de México por remesas familiares proveniente de los estados de Estados Unidos

Documento de Remesas 3

Financial Inclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean: Access, Usage and Quality

Documento de Investigación 19

Prudential Regulation, Currency Mismatches and Exchange Rate Regimes
in Latin America and the Caribbean

Research Paper 17

La Migración Femenina y el Ingreso de México por Remesas
Programa de Principios Generales

CEMLA, A Key Institution in latin america
60º Anniversary

Financial Education and Inclusion in Latin American and the Caribbean
Programs of Central Banks and Financial Superintendencies

Central Bank Cooperation at the Beginning of the 21st Century
CEMLA 60th Anniversary Conference

Inflation Targeting and Financial Stability. A Perspective from the Developing World
Inter-American Development Bank and CEMLA

   

 

 

 

 

Submission process for
Monetaria

CEMLA receives articles or essays (papers in general) for peer-review refereeing on a continuous basis. Any person may submit original papers to be published in Monetaria provided the author or owner of its rights authorizes CEMLA to submit the article for peer-review refereeing and grants the Center translating, editing and publishing rights if accepted for publication.

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