The Monetary Policy of China- An Econometric Model
An economy like that of China started out a lot of controversies and a lot of analysis. Recently, the monetary policy led by China gave birth to a series of disturbing questions, as follows: for how long can the fixed exchange rate be sustained? what will be the consequences of the continuous increase in foreign exchange reserves? is the expansionary monetary policy reliable? will the inflation bubble explode? In this article we apply an econometric model using the Eviews software in order to illustrate that the increase in money supply will eventually lead to inflation. This analysis is the basis to be followed up in the future if this co-dependence relationship between money supply and inflation continues. It would mean the end of the economic stability and growth of China. On the long run this model could prove that the Chinese economy is in fact a bubble ready to explode.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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