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The small open-economy New Keynesian Phillips Curve: empirical evidence and implied inflation dynamics

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Mihailov, A., Rumler, F. and Scharler, J. (2011) The small open-economy New Keynesian Phillips Curve: empirical evidence and implied inflation dynamics. Open Economies Review, 22 (2). pp. 317-337. ISSN 0923-7992

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To link to this article DOI: 10.1007/s11079-009-9125-9

Abstract/Summary

In this paper we apply GMM estimation to assess the relevance of domestic versus external determinants of CPI inflation dynamics in a sample of OECD countries typically classified as open economies. The analysis is based on a variant of the small open-economy New Keynesian Phillips Curve derived in Galí and Monacelli (Rev Econ Stud 72:707–734, 2005), where the novel feature is that expectations about fluctuations in the terms of trade enter explicitly. For most countries in our sample the expected relative change in the terms of trade emerges as the more relevant inflation driver than the contemporaneous domestic output gap.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Politics, Economics and International Relations > Economics
ID Code:17748
Uncontrolled Keywords:New Keynesian Phillips Curve – Small open economies – Expected terms of trade fluctuations – Inflation dynamics – GMM estimation
Publisher:Springer Verlag

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