Monetary transmission in six EU-countries: an introduction and overview
This paper introduces the monetary transmission channels and gives special attention to credit channels and the asymmetric effects of monetary policy. In addition, an overview of recent empirical findings with respect to the monetary transmission process in the EU-countries Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Belgium and the Netherlands is provided. Finally, monetary policy lessons are drawn from the introduction and overview.
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