Changing Monetary Transmission Mechanisms within the EU
This paper presents a comparative analysis of monetary transmission mechanisms and changes in them after the "second ERM" in March 1983. The empirical model investigates the determination of money, income, prices and interest rates in Germany, Denmark, and Italy based on the cointegrated VAR model. The empirical results provide new insight on the macroeconomic effects of joining the ERM and financial deregulation.
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|Publication status:||Published in: Empirical Economics 23(3) 1998, 455-481|
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