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    Title: 開放經濟體下納入信用市場之匯率動態
    Exchange Rate Dynamics in a Small Open Economy with Credit Market
    Authors: 林育聖
    Lin,Yu-Sheng
    Contributors: 朱美麗
    Chu,Mei-Lie
    林育聖
    Lin,Yu-Sheng
    Keywords: 信用管道
    信用市場
    完全資本移動
    匯率動態
    貨幣政策傳導機制
    credit channel
    credit market
    perfect capital mobility
    exchange rate dynamics
    monetary transmission mechanism
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2009-09-14 13:26:41 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In the literature, a considerable theoretical and empirical works have investigated the credit channel of monetary transmission mechanism. This dissertation extends the Bernanke and Blinder (1988) model to an open-economy setting with flexible exchange rate and perfect capital mobility. By means of the framework, we examine the exchange rate dynamics and the adjustment of real output. It turns out that, with a significant credit channel effect, the exchange rate puzzle may occur in the short run and in long run. Moreover, in contrast to Dornbusch (1976), this dissertation shows that, depending upon the strength of the credit channel effect, overshooting, undershooting and counter-shooting impact effect may occur when international capital mobility is perfect.
    In the literature, a considerable theoretical and empirical works have investigated the credit channel of monetary transmission mechanism. This dissertation extends the Bernanke and Blinder (1988) model to an open-economy setting with flexible exchange rate and perfect capital mobility. By means of the framework, we examine the exchange rate dynamics and the adjustment of real output. It turns out that, with a significant credit channel effect, the exchange rate puzzle may occur in the short run and in long run. Moreover, in contrast to Dornbusch (1976), this dissertation shows that, depending upon the strength of the credit channel effect, overshooting, undershooting and counter-shooting impact effect may occur when international capital mobility is perfect.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    經濟研究所
    93258001
    94
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0093258001
    Data Type: thesis
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