Central Banks in emerging markets have been forced in the last decade to deal with spillovers from the crises in the United States and Europe and from the extraordinary measures respectively taken by the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank. This volume provides a comprehensive study of the channels, mechanisms, and quantitative effects of spillovers from developed economies on emerging economies, as well as policy responses from policy makers in the latter. It collects seven papers by world-leading experts discussing the role of information, connectivity, the international financial network, sovereign bonds prices, capital flows and financial frictions.
Monetary Policy and Global Spillovers: Mechanisms, Effects and Policy Measures – An Overview / Enrique G. Mendoza, Ernesto Pastén, and Diego Saravia -- Managing Sudden Stops / Barry Eichengreen and Poonam Gupta -- The Effects of U.S. Monetary Policy on Emerging Market Economies’ Sovereign and Corporate Bond Markets / John D. Burger, Francis E. Warnock, and Veronica C. Warnock -- Commodity Connectedness / Francis X. Diebold, Laura Liu, and Kamil Yilmaz -- Global Information Spillovers / Kyriakos Chousakos, Gary Gorton, and Guillermo Ordoñez -- Monetary Policy Responses to External Spillovers in Emerging Market Economies / Michael B. Devereux and Changhua Yu -- Macroprudential Policy: Promise and Challenges / Enrique G. Mendoza -- Monetary Policy Transmission in Emerging Markets: An Application to Chile / Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas.
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