Adding China to the Global Projection Model

 
Author/Editor: Patrick Blagrave ; Peter Elliott ; Roberto Garcia-Saltos ; Douglas Hostland ; Douglas Laxton ; Fan Zhang
 
Publication Date: December 19, 2013
 
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Summary: We extend the Global Projection Model (GPM) to include a separate block for China. China plays an important role in shaping global economic outcomes, given its sheer size and trade integration with other key economies, its demand for commodities, and its policies. Also, the Chinese economy has several unique features which differentiate it from the rest of emerging Asia. These features (the use of multiple monetary-policy instruments and a managed-floating exchange-rate policy) mean that a separate treatment of China allows for a better consideration of China, as well as how the rest of emerging Asia behaves.
 
Series: Working Paper No. 13/256
Subject(s): Forecasting models | China | Monetary policy | Inflation | Exchange rate regimes | Commodity prices

 
English
Publication Date: December 19, 2013
ISBN/ISSN: 9781484317631/1018-5941 Format: Paper
Stock No: WPIEA2013256 Pages: 33
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