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The Role of Central Bank of Jordan in Economic Development

Journal: International Journal of Economics and Financial Research (Vol.5, No. 10)

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Page : 221-226

Keywords : Central bank; Economic development; Gross domestic product; Monetary policy;

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The main purpose of this research is to study and highlight that central bank of Jordan (CBJ) plays an important role in economic development. The objective of the financial organization shall be to keep up financial and money stability, to confirm the interchangeability of the Dinar, and to contribute in achieving the banking and money stability within the Kingdom likewise as promoting sustained economic process in accordance with the overall economic policies of the government. To achieve the above- mentioned objectives, CBJ assumes many tasks portrayed in drawing and implementing the financial policy within the Kingdom through an integrated system of monetary policy instruments, setting a evaluation policy of the Dinar compatible with the Jordanian economy, maintaining and managing the Kingdom's reserves of gold and foreign currencies, regulation credit within the Jordanian economy so as to realize financial and money stability likewise as comprehensive economic process, and issue and regulation bank notes and coins. Subsequently, the central bank plays necessary role within the economic resource allocation of the country. The banking industry may be a major issue that affects the organization of social and economic life cycle within the economies of the planet. it is thought about as associate degree indicator of economic and social growing.. Also, developed financial set up ought to be characterized by the existence of a contemporary and complicated banking industry that contributes to achieving economic balance. It conjointly encourages domestic and foreign investment through the banking system's ability to states. The aim of the banking industry is to draw in savings domestically and abroad, and direct those savings into productive investment. As a result, this contributes to the accomplishment of economic and social development method, and conjointly facilitates investment activity.

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