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The asymmetric effects of monetary shocks: the case of Turkey

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This paper examines whether there is an asymmetry in the effects of positive versus negative and small versus big money supply shocks, and whether the effects of the shocks on output and prices vary over the business cycles in the case of Turkey. Negative shocks to money are found to have greater output and smaller price effects compared to the effects of positive shocks, irrespective of the initial state of the economy. It is also found that monetary shocks of different size affect output growth and inflation rates proportionately. These findings can be interpreted as evidence for the view that the short run aggragate supply curve is convex in such a country like Turkey.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Economics, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey

Publication date: 10 October 2006

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