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Title: Currency Substitution and the Demand for Money in Five European Union Countries
Authors: Yildirim, Julide
Keywords: currency substitution
cross border deposits
extended monetary aggregates
demand for money
vector autoregression
JEL Codes: E41
F33
E52
E47
Issue Date: 2003-11
Abstract: The high degree of economic integration has led to an increased degree of currency substitution in the EU countries, which could bring instability in national money demand functions while an EU-wide money demand function could be more stable. Currency substitution usually takes the form of cross border deposits (CBD), which are not included in the traditional monetary aggregates. Thus, extended monetary aggregates that include the relevant CBDs are defined in this study. In order to investigate the implications of currency substitution for the stability of the demand functions, the traditional and extended monetary aggregates for five EU countries are defined in addition to EU-wide monetary aggregates. The estimated EU-wide demand for extended money appears to be stable suggesting that there is scope for monetary policy at the European level. However, the stability of the area-wide aggregate has been impaired when the relevant CBDs are not included.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/43999
Identifiers: Print ISSN 1514-0326
Online ISSN 1667-6726
Institution/Association: Journal of Applied Economics>Volume 6, Number 2, November 2003
Total Pages: 23
From Page: 361
To Page: 383
Collections:Volume 06, Number 2, November 2003

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