Money as a Global Phenomenon

Andreas Rees

Editore: Josef Eul Verlag Gmbh Sep 2011, 2011
ISBN 10: 3844100768 / ISBN 13: 9783844100761
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Neuware - The large increase in international financial integration has been one of the most striking aspects of the global economy over past decades. In recent years, the rise of capital flows between countries has been particularly dramatic. Has money therefore become a global phenomenon due to financial globalization Excessive money growth in one country may spill over to other economies, thereby resulting in synchronously rising monetary aggregates across a variety of countries. As a result, a common and therefore global liquidity force would exist which significantly affects domestic macroeconomic and financial variables. In this work, various econometric approaches are implemented for the G7 countries and the EMU. One major contribution is the estimate of a global Structural Factor Augmented VAR model. Accordingly, common money supply shocks significantly influence the following variables on a worldwide level: real GDP, prices, the short-term interest rate and house prices. Innovations to the common money supply also trigger significant reactions of domestic variables like broad money, economic activity, CPI and residential property prices. These effects do not primarily occur in small open economies but in the US and the euro zone. There is some evidence that global excess liquidity contributed to the strongly increasing US house prices in the run-up to the recent financial crisis. The obtained empirical evidence in this work appears to contradict at least partly the prevalent monetary transmission mechanism in traditional economic models. National variables such as short-term interest rates and money supplies may not be the sole channels by which central banks affect real quantities and prices. A new kid on the block in form of global liquidity seems to have emerged especially for large countries with huge and deep financial markets. 308 pp. Englisch. Codice inventario libreria

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Titolo: Money as a Global Phenomenon
Casa editrice: Josef Eul Verlag Gmbh Sep 2011
Data di pubblicazione: 2011
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Descrizione libro J Eul, 2011. Taschenbuch. Condizione libro: Gebraucht. Gebraucht - Wie neu - The large increase in international financial integration has been one of the most striking aspects of the global economy over past decades. In recent years, the rise of capital flows between countries has been particularly dramatic. Has money therefore become a global phenomenon due to financial globalization Excessive money growth in one country may spill over to other economies, thereby resulting in synchronously rising monetary aggregates across a variety of countries. As a result, a common and therefore global liquidity force would exist which significantly affects domestic macroeconomic and financial variables. In this work, various econometric approaches are implemented for the G7 countries and the EMU. One major contribution is the estimate of a global Structural Factor Augmented VAR model. Accordingly, common money supply shocks significantly influence the following variables on a worldwide level: real GDP, prices, the short-term interest rate and house prices. Innovations to the common money supply also trigger significant reactions of domestic variables like broad money, economic activity, CPI and residential property prices. These effects do not primarily occur in small open economies but in the US and the euro zone. There is some evidence that global excess liquidity contributed to the strongly increasing US house prices in the run-up to the recent financial crisis. The obtained empirical evidence in this work appears to contradict at least partly the prevalent monetary transmission mechanism in traditional economic models. National variables such as short-term interest rates and money supplies may not be the sole channels by which central banks affect real quantities and prices. A new kid on the block in form of global liquidity seems to have emerged especially for large countries with huge and deep financial markets. 278 pp. Englisch. Codice libro della libreria INF1000928364

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Descrizione libro Josef Eul Verlag Gmbh Sep 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Condizione libro: Neu. Neuware - The large increase in international financial integration has been one of the most striking aspects of the global economy over past decades. In recent years, the rise of capital flows between countries has been particularly dramatic. Has money therefore become a global phenomenon due to financial globalization Excessive money growth in one country may spill over to other economies, thereby resulting in synchronously rising monetary aggregates across a variety of countries. As a result, a common and therefore global liquidity force would exist which significantly affects domestic macroeconomic and financial variables. In this work, various econometric approaches are implemented for the G7 countries and the EMU. One major contribution is the estimate of a global Structural Factor Augmented VAR model. Accordingly, common money supply shocks significantly influence the following variables on a worldwide level: real GDP, prices, the short-term interest rate and house prices. Innovations to the common money supply also trigger significant reactions of domestic variables like broad money, economic activity, CPI and residential property prices. These effects do not primarily occur in small open economies but in the US and the euro zone. There is some evidence that global excess liquidity contributed to the strongly increasing US house prices in the run-up to the recent financial crisis. The obtained empirical evidence in this work appears to contradict at least partly the prevalent monetary transmission mechanism in traditional economic models. National variables such as short-term interest rates and money supplies may not be the sole channels by which central banks affect real quantities and prices. A new kid on the block in form of global liquidity seems to have emerged especially for large countries with huge and deep financial markets. 308 pp. Englisch. Codice libro della libreria 9783844100761

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Descrizione libro Josef Eul Verlag GmbH, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The large increase in international financial integration has been one of the most striking aspects of the global economy over past decades. In recent years, the rise of capital flows between countries has been particularly dramatic. Has money therefore become a global phenomenon due to financial globalization? Excessive money growth in one country may spill over to other economies, thereby resulting in synchronously rising monetary aggregates across a variety of countries. As a result, a common and therefore global liquidity force would exist which significantly affects domestic macroeconomic and financial variables. In this work, various econometric approaches are implemented for the G7 countries and the EMU. One major contribution is the estimate of a global Structural Factor Augmented VAR model. Accordingly, common money supply shocks significantly influence the following variables on a worldwide level: real GDP, prices, the short-term interest rate and house prices. Innovations to the common money supply also trigger significant reactions of domestic variables like broad money, economic activity, CPI and residential property prices. These effects do not primarily occur in small open economies but in the US and the euro zone. There is some evidence that global excess liquidity contributed to the strongly increasing US house prices in the run-up to the recent financial crisis. The obtained empirical evidence in this work appears to contradict at least partly the prevalent monetary transmission mechanism in traditional economic models. National variables such as short-term interest rates and money supplies may not be the sole channels by which central banks affect real quantities and prices. A new kid on the block in form of global liquidity seems to have emerged especially for large countries with huge and deep financial markets. Codice libro della libreria LIB9783844100761

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