Inflation and Monetary Policy in Italy: Some Recent Evidence
The empirical literature on the transmission of monetary policy to inflation in Italy has stressed the importance of the exchange rate and, to some extent, of the demand channel; recently, the roles of inflation expectations and the fiscal situation have been emphasized. This paper uses vector auto-regression to address this issue. The results suggest that inflation expectations do matter as determinants of inflation, along with the exchange rate and demand.
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