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VAR model for the monetary sector of the Cyprus economy

Aris Spanos

VAR model for the monetary sector of the Cyprus economy

by Aris Spanos

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Published by University of Cyprus, Central Bank of Cyprus in [Nicosia, Cyprus] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cyprus
    • Subjects:
    • Money -- Cyprus -- Econometric models.,
    • Monetary policy -- Cyprus -- Econometric models.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 124-136).

      StatementAris Spanos, Elena Andreou, George Syrichas.
      SeriesThe vector autoregression (VAR) approach to econometric modeling ;, v. 1
      ContributionsAndreou, Elena., Syrichas, George.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG1207 .S66 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination138 p. :
      Number of Pages138
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL779789M
      ISBN 109963421032
      LC Control Number97181542

      the world. The principal example in the first two parts of the book is a macroeconomic model of the USA. The title, The Craft of Economic Modeling, emphasizes that the book does not stop with the theory or even with a few examples. Rather, it leads the reader directly into practice, for it is. Cyprus has been a member of the EU since May and adopted the euro as its national currency in January During the first five years of EU membership, the Cyprus economy grew at an average rate of about 4%, with unemployment between and averaging about 4%. However, the economy tipped into recession in

      The economy of Northern Cyprus is dominated by the services sector (69% of GDP in ), which includes the public sector, trade, tourism and education. Industry (light manufacturing) contributes 22% of GDP and agriculture 9%. Northern Cyprus's economy operates on a free-market basis, with a significant portion of administration costs funded by Turkey. Cyprus - Cyprus - Economy: Between and the Republic of Cyprus, operating a free-enterprise economy based on agriculture and trade, achieved a standard of living higher than most of its neighbours, with the exception of Israel. This progress was substantially assisted by various agencies of the United Nations (UN), operating through the UN Development Program.

      For decades, African economies have embarked on financial sector reforms. However, the empirical implications of these reforms have been divergent. This paper investigates the impact of financial development on Economic growth using time series data in Cameroon. This investigation was carried out using three common indicators of financial development (broad money, deposit/GDP and domestic. Financial Stability Review, May – Contents 2 Evaluating the resilience of the euro area banking sector through scenario analysis 91 4 Non-bank financial sector 97 Non-bank financial institutions continued increasing their financing of the euro area economy 97 Box 8 The Eurosystem’s asset purchase programme, risk-taking and.


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A VAR model for the monetary sector of the Cyprus economy (The vector autoregression) [Spanos, Aris] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A VAR model for the monetary sector of the Cyprus economy (The vector autoregression)Author: Aris Spanos. A Var Model for the Monetary Sector of the Cyprus Economy The Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) was established inshortly after Cyprus gained its independence, in accordance with the Central Bank of Cyprus Law, and the relevant articles of the Constitution.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; Series Title: Vector autoregression (VAR) approach to econometric. A Var Model for the Monetary Sector of the Cyprus Economy Learn More The Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC) was established inshortly after Cyprus gained its independence, in accordance with the Central Bank of Cyprus Law, and the relevant articles of the Constitution.

A VAR model for the monetary sector of the Cyprus economy (The vector autoregression) Paperback Econometric Modeling with Observational Data by Aris Spanos () Jan 1, Paperback. $ $ 84 Only 3 left in stock - order soon.

A VAR model for the monetary sector of the Cyprus economy (The vector autoregression) Jan 1. Cyprus has been a member of the EU since May and adopted the euro as its national currency in January During the first five years of EU membership, the Cyprus economy grew at an average rate of about 4%, with unemployment between and averaging about 4%.

The topics discussed in this book fall within the CBC’s key areas of focus. The book covers the evolution of the Cyprus economy fromi.e.

the island's independence, until today and explores its current challenges and future : Advisor Economic Research. describe the monetary authority's response to economic conditions, and by extension, the policy shocks used to identify policy's effects on the economy.

There are several reasons to be skeptical of the VAR approach. VAR models (indeed, all econometric models) typically include a relatively small. Cyprus has an open, free-market, service-based economy with a long record of resilience and successful economic performance.

The expansion and upgrading of the tourism sector, the rapidly developing investment fund sector and the discovery of significant quantities of natural gas in Cypriot waters raise the prospect of a transformation of the Cypriot economy in the medium to long-term.

The economy of Cyprus is a high-income economy as classified by the World Bank, and was included by the International Monetary Fund in its list of advanced economies in Erratic growth rates in the s reflected the economy's vulnerability to swings in tourist arrivals, caused by political instability on the island and fluctuations in economic conditions in Western Europe.

This paper develops a DSGE model for an open economy and estimates it on euro area data using Bayesian estimation techniques. The model features nominal and real frictions, as well as financial frictions in the form of liquidity constrained households. The model incorporates active monetary and fiscal policy rules (for government.

Cyprus - The Government Sector of the Economy The government accounted for about 12 to 13 percent of GDP during the s. The need to stimulate the economy after the division of the island in caused the government to abandon the old policy of balanced budgets and to adopt expansionary fiscal and monetary policies.

Recent research has questioned the usefulness of Vector Autoregression (VAR) models as a description of monetary policy, especially in light of the low correlation between forecast errors from VARs and those derived from Fed funds futures rates.

This paper presents three findings on VARs’ ability to describe monetary policy. The collapse of the Greek economy and Cyprus’ significant exposure to Greek government bonds was the last straw for the sector, destroying the banks’ balance sheets.

Although domestic funds were running out, Cyprus banks made the fatal decision to expand. A VAR Analysis on the Monetary Policy Transmission Mechanism in Romania Andrei BIRMAN The Romanian Academy, The National Institute of Economic Research „Costin C. Kiriţescu” [email protected] Abstract The goal of this paper is to provide a characterisation of the monetary policy transmission mechanism in Romania over the period therefore discussed in Section 1.

The model is an application of the real business cycle methodology for an open economy with sticky prices and wages, and money in the utility function. Using this model, an attempt is made to give some indication of the optimal monetary policy reaction to the different shocks that hit the economy.

The first step in constructing a model for a specific purpose or for a particular sector of an economy is to decide on the variables to be included in the analysis.

At this stage it is usually important to take into account what economic theory has to say about the relations between the variables of interest.

Economic Indicators. For the latest forecasts on the economic impacts caused by the coronavirus pandemic, please consult the OECD Economic Outlook Interim Report Coronavirus: the world economy at risk (March ) and the IMF's policy tracking platform Policy Responses to COVID for the key economic responses from governments.

Cyprus is an open, free-market economy, mainly based. transmission mechanism in the Romanian economy by using the VAR model (Vector Autoregressions). The VAR methodology is very often used in estimating the effects of the monetary policy on production and prices, and of the monetary policy transmission mechanisms, in the ‘90s.

The use of VAR models started with Sims’ work (). The economy of the Republic of Cyprus changed as it grew in size and complexity. The primary sector lost ground, as it had in the decades before the Turkish invasion. Agriculture declined from more than 20 percent of GDP at the end of the s to only about 7 percent by the end of the s, although it employed about 15 percent of the labor.

Cyprus’s economic freedom score ismaking its economy the 37th freest in the Index. Its overall score has increased by points due primarily to improvements in government integrity.in the perspective of classical-Keynesian political economy Heinrich Bortis, Université de Fribourg/Switzerland1 2 Provisional text - comments welcome Abstract In this paper the role of the financial sector of a monetary production economy is investigated in relation with the real sector in a classical-Keynesian perspective.

Abstract. In this paper, a VAR model is used to study the effects of monetary policy shocks in seven East Asian economies. For each economy, the same identification scheme is imposed and the dynamic responses to a monetary shock are examined in the light of the predictions of monetary theory.