Monetary Policy (tagged articles)
Value-Added Real Effective Exchange Rates: Testing for Countries with High and Low Vertical Specialization in Trade
Peter A. Kallis - I test a modified value-added real effective exchange rate based on the construction by Bems and Johnson (2012) for suitability as a replacement for conventionallyconstructed real effective exchange rates for countries with high vertical specialization. To do so, I... Keep Reading »
Capital Controls in Emerging Market Economies: Comparing Their Use and Effectiveness in Five Countries
Urjita Sudula - The use and effectiveness of capital controls in emerging market economies is important to examine because of the potentially damaging effects that these controls may have on a country’s economic growth and development, especially if the country in question is... Keep Reading »
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The Relationship Between Monetary Policy and Asset Prices: A New Approach Analyzing U.S. M&A Activity
Brett R. Ubl - This article details the relationship between asset prices and monetary policy with a specific focus on the mergers and acquisitions market. The existing literature has studied extensively the link between monetary policy and stock prices and housing prices, but has... Keep Reading »
Elizabeth Sanders - Newspaper and Television commentaries in the United States and Europe abound with references to "outbursts of populism" in United States as a stereotypically American response to economic crisis.1 Their story lines trivialize historic Populism in the U.S., both its... Keep Reading »
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