English, Article edition: Relative importance of foreign and domestic shocks in the Venezuelan economy José U. Mora

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  • Relative importance of foreign and domestic shocks in the Venezuelan economy
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  • José U. Mora
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  • This paper uses a Cholesky Factorization in a var analysis to investigate the relative importance of foreign and domestic shocks in the Venezuelan economy during the 1960:i- 2004:ii period. The economy is assumed to be driven by foreign (U. S. gdp and oil prices) and domestic (exchange rate, fiscal, monetary, inflation, and output) orthogonal shocks. As shown by the empirical evidence foreign shocks tend to be relatively more important than domestic shocks. Precisely, oil price and U. S. gdp shocks tend to have permanent effects on the main macroeconomic aggregates. Monetary policy only has temporary effects on output and the nominal exchange rate.
  • Time-series models, business fluctuations, latin american economies.
  • RePEc:ula:econom:v:33:y:2008:i:25:p:61-86
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