Asymmetric effects of exchange rate changes on the demand for money in Africa
Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee () and
Applied Economics, 2019, vol. 51, issue 31, 3365-3375
In order to account for currency substitution, the exchange rate is included in the demand for money. More recent studies have demonstrated that exchange rate changes could have asymmetric effects on the demand for money or domestic currency. In this paper, we consider the experiences of 18 African countries and show that in most countries, indeed exchange rate changes have short-run asymmetric effects on the demand for money. However, short-run effects translate to long-run asymmetric effects only in a limited number of African countries.
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