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2017, Volume 70 - Issue 1

ISSN: 2499-8265
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Data di pubblicazione: 01 febbraio 2017

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SAVINGS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH AT THE DISAGGREGATED LEVEL

Lumengo Bonga-Bonga, Nomvuyo GUMA

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MONETARY POLICY TRANSMISSION OVER THE REAL SECTOR OF BANGLADESH ECONOMY: AN SVAR APPROACH

Abdur Rahman Forhad, Ghassem A. Homaifar, Abul Hasnat Muhammed Salimullah

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REMITTANCES AND FOREIGN AID AS SOURCES OF EXTERNAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE: IMPACTS ON SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT IN POST-WAR LEBANON

Bassam Hamdar, Samer Nouayhid

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THE DYNAMIC CAUSAL LINKAGE BETWEEN FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIA

Sheilla Nyasha, Yvonne Gwenhure, Nicholas M. Odhiambo

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TESTING FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY IN THE TRANSITION ECONOMIES OF EASTERN EUROPE: THE CASE OF POLAND (1999-2015)

Marco Tronzano

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Camera di Commercio di Genova
Economia Internazionale / International Economics

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Autore corrispondente

Abdur Rahman FORHAD, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, USA

Co-Autori

Ghassem A. HOMAIFAR, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA

Abul Hasnat Muhammed SALIMULLAH, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA

Monetary Policy Transmission over the Real Sector of Bangladesh Economy: An SVAR Approach

Pagine

25-46

Riassunto

L’effetto trasmissione  della politica monetaria sul settore  reale dell’economia del Bangladesh:
un approccio SVAR

Questo articolo esamina l’efficacia della politica monetaria del Bangladesh tramite il modello SVAR nel periodo 1972-2014. Tale modello esamina come uno shock di politica monetaria, definito come un aumento inatteso nel tasso di interesse, influenzi le macrovariabili reali e nominali: la produzione reale, il livello dei prezzi e del cambio reale effettivo, l’offerta di moneta. I risultati suggeriscono che uno shock di politica monetaria ha effetto nel breve periodo sulla produzione reale, sul livello dei prezzi e sui tassi di cambio. Uno shock di politica monetaria genera una pressione inflazionistica che porta  ad una svalutazione del taka. Secondo questo studio i governi dovrebbero considerare il trade-off tra produzione e tasso di interesse nel Bangladesh.

Classificazione JEL

E40, E50

Parole chiave

Bangladesh, Monetary Policy, SVAR

Indice dell'articolo

  1. Introduction
  2. A brief literature review
  3. Methodology and data
  4. Results and analysis
  5. Conclusion

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