This paper evaluates monetary policy transmission in both tranquil and turbulentperiods for Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey. Using a structural vectorautoregressive model, we find that the effect of structural shocks from supply, demand,and financial sources tend to fizzle out faster for Nigeria and Mexico compared toIndonesia and Turkey. Another important finding is that while monetary authoritiesin Indonesia and Turkey are more responsive to inflation those in Mexico and Nigeriaare more influenced by the exchange rate. We also observe differences in the conductof monetary policy between the tranquil and turbulent periods.
Nwosu, Chioma Peace; Salisu, Afees; Hilili, Margaret Johnson; Okafor, Izuchukwu Ifeanyi; Oji-Okoro, Izuchukwu; and Adediran, Idis
"EVIDENCE ON MONETARY POLICY TRANSMISSION DURING TRANQUIL AND TURBULENT PERIODS,"
Bulletin of Monetary Economics and Banking: Vol. 22:
3, Article 4.
Available at: https://bulletin.bmeb-bi.org/bmeb/vol22/iss3/4