Set against a backdrop of financial-sector reforms in India, this
analysis explores theories and empirical evidence regarding the
behavior of commercial banks and their reactions to centralized
monetary policy. A comprehensive account of the credit channels of
monetary transmission is presented along with observations of the
modified IS-LM model within the independent banking sector.
Progressive issues such as future consolidation of the banking
sector are also addressed. Ultimately, not all commercial banks
react uniformly to monetary policy, as ownership, size, liquidity,
and capitalization play key roles in determining individual
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