The Effect of Joining the EMS: Monetary Transmission Mechanisms in Spain
This paper presents a cointegrated VAR analysis of monetary transmission mechanisms and changes in them after Spain joined the EMS in 1989. Analyses of long-run price homogeneity within the I(2) model turned out to be crucial for understanding the joint behaviour of money, income, prices, and interest rates. The empirical results provide new insight on the macroeconomic effects of joining the EMS and financial deregulation.
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