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Author(s):
Carolina Osorio, and Esteban Vesperoni
Published Date:
September 2016
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    SPILLOVER NOTES

    Spillover Implications of Differences in Monetary Conditions in the United States and in the Euro Area

    Carolina Osorio Buitron and Esteban Vesperoni

    SPILLOVER TASK FORCE | INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

    1 JULY 2015

    Spillover Implications of Differences in Monetary Conditions in the United States and the Euro Area

    Carolina Osorio Buitron and Esteban Vesperoni

    Copyright © 2015

    International Monetary Fund

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    Spillover Implications of Differences in Monetary Conditions in the United States and the Euro Area/prepared by Carolina Osorio Buitron and Esteban Vesperoni. – Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund, 2015.

    • pages ; cm – (report)

    Includes bibliographical references.

    ISBN: [….]

    1. Spillover Effects 2. Monetary Policy 3. Emerging Markets 4. Exchange rates

    I. Osorio, Carolina and Esteban Vesperoni II. International Monetary Fund. IV. Title: Spillover Implications of Differences in Monetary Conditions in the United States and the Euro Area

    ISBN: 9781475541403 (paper)

    ISBN: 9781475541489 (ePub)

    ISBN: 9781475541496 (Mobipocket)

    ISBN: 9781475541502 (Web PDF)

    This report presents research by IMF staff on issues of policy interest. The views expressed in this paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF, its Executive Board, or IMF management.

    We are grateful to Chanpheng Fizzarotti, Daniel Rivera Greenwood, and Ava Yeabin Hong (all Research Department) for excellent research assistance. The note benefited from useful discussions with Aqib Aslam, Romain Duval, and Emil Stavrev (Research Department), Sergio Sola (Middle East and Central Asia Department), Juan Rubio-Ramirez (Duke University), Sebastian Weber (European Central Bank), Juan Yepez (Pichincha); we also thank the IMF Spillover Taskforce for their insightful comments.

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