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Efectos de una nueva medida de shock monetario bajo el esquema de metas de inflación en Chile
[Effects of a New Measure of Monetary Shock Under Inflation Targeting in Chile]

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As monetary policy decisions under inflation targeting are based on the projections of the target variables, a new measure of monetary shock is needed to solve the problems of bias and inconsistency in regression which try to explain the effects of monetary policy on activity and inflation. In this work I propose a new measure of monetary shock which control for the anticipatory components of the instrument rate using a simple monetary rule as the framework. The empirical work for the new measure is tested for Chile. The results obtained with the new measure indicate that the effects of monetary policy on activity and inflation are larger than those obtained with measures that do not control for the anticipatory component of the instrument rate.

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  • Arend, Mario, 2005. "Efectos de una nueva medida de shock monetario bajo el esquema de metas de inflación en Chile [Effects of a New Measure of Monetary Shock Under Inflation Targeting in Chile]," MPRA Paper 27156, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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    shock monetario; metas de inflacion; nueva medida de shock monetario; metodo de coeficientes indeterminados;
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    • E52 - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics - - Monetary Policy, Central Banking, and the Supply of Money and Credit - - - Monetary Policy

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