Money, Inflation and Growth in Germany. A Vector-Error-Correction-P-Star Model / Der Zusammenhang zwischen Geldmenge, Output und Preisen in Deutschland. Ein Vektorfehlerkorrektur-P-Star-Ansatz
The present paper uses the P-Star approach to analyze the real and price effects of German monetary policy on the basis of a multivariate vector-error-correction-model. One surprising result is that the Bundesbank does not cause the price effects of its monetary policy actions directly via (rational) expectations but only indirectly via influencing the output gap. The real effects of monetary policy are only of a temporary nature. In the long run money is neutral.
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Volume (Year): 222 (2002)
Issue (Month): 6 (December)
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