Monetary policy, asset prices and consumption in China
This paper studies the wealth channel in China. Using the structural vector autoregression method, we find that a loosening of China’s monetary policy indeed leads to higher asset prices, which in turn are linked to household consumption. However, the importance of the wealth channel as a part of the monetary policy transmission mechanism in China is still limited. JEL Classification: E52, P24
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- Chien-Hsun Chen & Hui-Tzu Shih, 2002. "The Evolution of the Stock Market in Chinaâ€™s Transitional Economy," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 2792.
- Frank De Leeuw & Edward M. Gramlich, 1969. "The channels of monetary policy," Federal Reserve Bulletin, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), issue Jun, pages 472-491.
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