Monetary Policy Credibility and Exchange Rate Pass-Through
Yan Carrière-Swallow (),
Nicolas Magud () and
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Bertrand Gruss: International Monetary Fund
Fabián Valencia: International Monetary Fund
International Journal of Central Banking, 2021, vol. 17, issue 3, 61-94
A long-standing conjecture in macroeconomics is that declines in exchange rate pass-through over the past three decades are in part due to improved monetary policy performance. In a large sample of emerging and advanced economies, we find evidence that a relatively more credible monetary policy regime-measured by better-anchored inflation expectations-is associated with lower exchange rate pass-through to consumer prices. The results are robust to controlling for the level and variability of nominal variables and for the import content of the consumption basket.
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