TITLE

Influence of Government'S Monetary Policy on Exchange Rates

AUTHOR(S)
Zhou Qiujie; Wang Pei
PUB. DATE
June 2015
SOURCE
Metallurgical & Mining Industry;2015, Issue 6, p142
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nowadays the steady pursuit of economic growth is an important goal of the current national economic growth, and in the current complicated international and domestic situation, Chinese economic growth will inevitably be affected, economic volatility has become increasingly evident. In order to solve the bad influence we build the DSGE model. The model use the hypothesis of CIA and let the international interest rate as a function of a country's net foreign debt or savings, while adding domestic currency impact, then establish dynamic DSGE models. By comparing the monetary shocks impact between the actual data and simulated data, we find that in the short term the impact of technology can rapidly decrease the exchange rate, and then gradually rise back to steady equilibrium. Also hold international assets can reduce the negative impact by monetary shocks. International assets as a shock absorber, can slow the impact of domestic monetary shocks.
ACCESSION #
115932515

 

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