2 edition of Monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia found in the catalog.
Monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia
2004 by International Monetary Fund, Western Hemisphere Dept. in [Washington D.C.] .
Written in English
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/04/166|
|Contributions||International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
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This paper focuses on monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia, with particular emphasis on the periodwhen flotation of the peso and inflation targeting were adopted Cited by: 5. The monetary policy framework in Colombia is based on an extended inflation targeting strategy that aims at maintaining a low and stable inflation rate, stabilising output around its natural level and contributing to the preservation of financial by: 6.
Downloadable. This paper focuses on monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia, with particular emphasis on the periodwhen flotation of the peso and inflation targeting were adopted. We argue, first, in favor of adopting "operational inflation target ranges" and, second, in favor of strengthening the current scheme of foreign exchange.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper focuses on monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia, with particular emphasis over the period. Downloadable. The role of the exchange rate and the exchange rate regime in the monetary policy decision-making process in Colombia is described.
The rationale for the intervention of the Central Cited by: 6. Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy in Colombia: Effects on the Real Exchange Rate in the s.
The Journal of Development Studies: Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. This paper focuses on monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia, with particular emphasis on the periodwhen flotation of the peso and inflation targeting were adopted. We argue, first, in favor of adopting "operational inflation target ranges" and, second, in favor of strengthening Monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia book current scheme of foreign exchange Author: Sergio Clavijo.
Under this scheme, monetary policy actions aim Monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia book future inflation to stand at the target set out in the policy horizon. In Colombia, the target was set by the Board of Directors of the Central Bank at. In ter ms of the analysis of the transmission pr ocess, the Colombian experience is inter esting in that it contains a substantial monetar y contraction (1 98 1– 84) and a major monetar y expansion Monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia book – 92).
Monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia book Policy: the Inflation Targeting Strategy in Colombia The objective of monetary policy in Colombia is to maintain a low and stable inflation rate and to attain a maximum sustainable level of output and employment.
Real Exchange Rate, Monetary Policy and Employment 3 In a Ricardo-Viner set-up, where P n is a price index for non-tradables, the price ratios Pe / P n and Pm / P n become of interest. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The monetary policy framework in Colombia is based on an extended inflation targeting strategy that aims at maintaining a low and stable inflation rate.
Bank of England research suggests that a10% depreciation in the exchange rate can add up to 3% to the level of consumer prices three years after the initial change in the exchange rate.
But the impact. The scheme for the latest period available online at the IMF website (mid) is reproduced in Table rows indicate the Monetary and exchange rate policies in Colombia book rate regime, which range from no national legal tender to fully floating exchange rates, spanning the standard three-way classification: pegs, intermediates, and columns characterize the monetary policy Cited by: Monetary Policy in Colombia.
The Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Columbia) and the Central Bank of Colombia cooperated in an effort to recast the bank’s MTM (Mechanism of Transmission Model) into a system dynamics model. Monetary policy in Colombia targets the discount rate that the central bank charges the banking sector.
In latethe Colombian Central Bank abandoned the managed float policy, adopted a free floating exchange rate regime and focused on lowering interest rates to mitigate the restrictive monetary policy Cited by: Other related topics covered are inflation; the balance of payments and the foreign exchange rate; and monetary policy.
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U.S. Federal Reserve policy rate onto Colombian central bank policy rates in all time periods across all specifications of SVARs, thus indicating a lack of monetary policy independence in Colombia.
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the monetary policy rule in an open economy is different from that in a closed economy in two aspects: (a) the policy variable is a combination of the short-term interest rate and exchange rate.
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