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International Monetary Transmission to the Euro Area: Evidence from the US, Japan and China

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Vespignani, JL and Ratti, R (2013) International Monetary Transmission to the Euro Area: Evidence from the US, Japan and China. Discussion Paper. University of Tasmania. (Submitted)

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Abstract

There are marked differences in the effect of increases in monetary aggregates in China, Japan and the U.S. on Euro area economic and financial variables over 1999-2012. Increases in monetary aggregates in China are associated with significant increases in the world price of commodities and with increases in Euro area inflation, industrial production and exports. Results are consistent with shocks to China’s M2 facilitating domestic growth with
expansionary consequences for the Euro area economy. In contrast, increases in monetary aggregates in Japan are associated with significant appreciation of the Euro and decreases in Euro area industrial production and exports. Production of goods highly competitive with European goods in Japan and expenditure switching in Japan are consistent with the results. U.S. monetary expansion has relatively small effects on the Euro area over this period compared to results reported in the literature for earlier sample periods.

Item Type: Report (Discussion Paper)
Keywords: repec, International monetary transmission, China’s monetary aggregates, Euro area Commodity prices
Publisher: University of Tasmania
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Date Deposited: 06 May 2013 06:27
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 04:50
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