Do inpayments and outpayments respond to exchange rate changes asymmetrically: Evidence from Malaysia
Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee () and
The International Trade Journal, 2018, vol. 32, issue 4, 317-342
Since the pass-through of exchange rate changes on import and export prices are asymmetric, we expect a country’s inpayments (export earnings) and outpayments (cost of imports) to also react to exchange rate changes asymmetrically. We demonstrate this hypothesis by considering trade between Malaysia and each of her 11 largest trading partners. We find that while the short-run effects of exchange rate changes on Malaysia’s inpayments and outpayments are asymmetric with all partners, the long-run asymmetric effects are present in less than half of the partners. The results are partner specific.
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