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Implications of globalization for monetary policy

by Helmut Wagner

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Published by SUERF in Vienna .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geldpolitik / Globalisierung / Transmissionsmechanismus

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Helmut Wagner
    SeriesSUERF studies -- 17, SUERF studies -- 17.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27045044M
    ISBN 103902109092
    ISBN 109783902109095
    OCLC/WorldCa248930243

      In theory, financial globalisation has ambiguous effects on monetary policy. It may dampen effectiveness, but it may also amplify it through exchange rate valuation effects. This column shows evidence that the latter effect has dominated since the s. Financial globalisation has increased the output effect of a tightening in monetary policy by as much as . “Every time the politicians we elect attempt to increase our standard of living or employment prospects by increasing government spending to stimulate economic activity (‘Keynesian economics’ as it is called); and every time a national bank tries to increase our standard of living or employment prospects by stimulating economic activity by increasing the money supply .

      Former Federal Reserve Chairs Janet Yellen and Ben Bernanke, among others, discuss the impact of inflation on monetary policy. The Brookings Institution hosts the event in Washington, DC. Rogoff, Kenneth. “Impact of Globalization on Monetary Policy.” The New Economic Geography: Effects and Policy Implications, Kansas City: Federal Reserve Bank of Cited by: 1.

    5 Globalization and its implications for the Brazilian Monetary Policy “Tailwind”and the Related Literature As countries become more open to international trade the Phillips curve becomes flatter. Inflation is less sensitive to domestic demand and more to global demand conditions. of the economy Œand of monetary policy in particular.3 Beyond these theoretical considerations, the e⁄ort that the Federal Reserve devotes to educating the general public and communicating about monetary policy suggests that the question posed in this paper is important for policymaking.4 So, perhaps the lack of empirical work in this area.


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Implications of globalization for monetary policy by Helmut Wagner Download PDF EPUB FB2

My topic this evening is the implications of ongoing global economic integration “globalization” for short--for U.S.

monetary policy. At the broadest level, globalization influences the conduct of monetary policy through its powerful effects on the economic and financial environment in which monetary policy must operate. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wagner, Helmut, Implications of globalization for monetary policy.

[Washington, D.C.]: International Monetary Fund. Modern Monetary Theory and Policy: The International View The implication of globalization for monetary policy has already been the subject of many papers and speeches.

This year Fisher (), Kohn (), Rogoff () among others have written about it, and the BIS, the OECD, and the IMF have devoted large sections of their publications to it. Doing so could have important implications for the stance of monetary policy--all the more so if we expected rising energy costs to lead to higher inflation expectations and elevated wage gains.

Still, a leveling out in oil prices seems the more likely scenario. This paper argues that the implications of globalization for monetary policy come mainly through two channels: On the one hand, the many structural changes that are associated with the. Get this from a library.

Implications of globalization for monetary policy. [Helmut Wagner; International Monetary Fund. Research Department.] -- This paper argues that the implications of globalization for monetary policy come mainly through two channels: On the one hand, the many structural changes that are associated with the globalization.

Impact of Globalization on Monetary Policy However, on another level, the “China is exporting deflation” does have an important element of truth.

The breathtaking speed and pace of China’s integration into the global economy during the past 20 years has been a continuing source of wonder, even for central bank oracles.

Policy Challenges Posed by Globalization. It is plain from this discussion of the economic impact of globalization that it also has important implications for the conduct of monetary policy.

I will touch briefly on four implications that are relevant for the Bank of Canada. Implications of globalization and secular stagnation for monetary policy The following is a lightly edited transcription of a talk given by Josh Bivens at an AFL-CIO conference on the Implications of Globalization & Secular Stagnation for Monetary Policy.

Impact of globalization on social policiesNowadays all countries are exposed to economic pressures from globalization that has had implications for social policy.

Chart 1 show how Social Globalization has developed over time – measured by the. Financial Globalization and Monetary Policy Prepared by Michael B. Devereux and Alan Sutherland1 Authorized for distribution by Simon Johnson Economists and policy makers have speculated on the implications of financial globalization for the design of monetary policy2.

There are many aspects to this question. Impact of Globalization on Monetary Policy By Kenneth Rogoff Harvard University Paper prepared for symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City on “The New Economic Geography: Effects and Policy Implications,” Jackson Hole, Wyoming, AugustThe author is grateful to Eyal Dvir, Deepa Dhume,File Size: KB.

Financial Globalization and Monetary Policy Michael B Devereuxyand Alan Sutherlandz First Draft: Septem Revised: February 5, Abstract The process of –nancial globalization has signi–cantly altered the environment in which national monetary policy authorities operate.

What implications does this have for the design of. Downloadable. This paper argues that the implications of globalization for monetary policy come mainly through two channels: On the one hand, the many structural changes, which are associated with the globalization process, cause an increase in uncertainty surrounding monetary policy.

This leads to an increase in uncertainty about how to interpret macroeconomic. Comment on "On the Welfare Implications of Financial Globalization without Financial Development" Giancarlo Corsetti. Chapter in NBER book NBER International Seminar on Macroeconomics (), Richard Clarida and Francesco Giavazzi, organizers (p.

- ) Conference held JuneAuthor: Giancarlo Corsetti. Rogoff, K. (), “Impact of Globalization on Monetary Policy,” in Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, The New Economic Geography: Effects and Policy Implications, pp. [ 13 ] See for further details ECB (), “ Globalisation, trade and the euro area macroeconomy,” Monthly Bulletin, January.

Downloadable. This paper argues that the implications of globalization for monetary policy come mainly through two channels: On the one hand, the many structural changes that are associated with the globalization process cause an increase in the uncertainty surrounding monetary policy.

This includes an increase in uncertainty about how to interpret macroeconomic data/indicators. Turning to monetary policy implications, I would like to emphasise that globalisation does not affect the central role and overriding responsibility of central banks to preserve price stability.

On the contrary, the anchoring of expectations is even more essential in a world where adverse shocks and inflationary pressures in one country are. The implications that globalization trends have for monetary policy are actively debated, as demonstrated by the recent exchanges between Bernanke (), Ferrero, Gertler and.

Globalization has not fundamentally impaired our ability to provide long-term price stability, but it complicates monetary policy in at least two key ways. First, global relative price shocks can obscure a policymaker’s ability to interpret price statistics, making it harder to distinguish between temporary relative-price changes and Author: Sandra Pianalto.

Spillovers and policy cooperation are discussed in Section V, where it is noted that globalization can magnify the extent to which fiscal policies have spillover effects, which strengthens the case for cooperation. Section VI discusses policy implications and the work agenda, while Section VII suggests issues for discussion.

3.Financial globalisation: key trends and implications for the transmission mechanism of monetary policy Már Gudmundsson1 Introduction It is widely acknowledged that the transmission mechanism of monetary policy will evolve as domestic financial markets develop and mature. This development will in turn affect the.

Impact of globalization on fiscal policy 1. By: Patel Sonukumar Bharatbhai [email protected] 2. What is Globalization?

Globalization is a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies and government of different nations. A process driven by international trade and investment – aided by information technology.