Post-COVID Exogenous and Endogenous ECB Monetary Policy I

Post-COVID Exogenous and Endogenous ECB Monetary Policy I

Corrado Macchiarelli

15 years: Macroeconomist

In this video, Corrado explains the effects of unexpected increases in US and Euro Area policy interest rates. He further explains how Fed tightening leads to a reduction in the Euro Area’s GDP.

In this video, Corrado explains the effects of unexpected increases in US and Euro Area policy interest rates. He further explains how Fed tightening leads to a reduction in the Euro Area’s GDP.

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Post-COVID Exogenous and Endogenous ECB Monetary Policy I

7 mins 56 secs

Overview

Increased international trade and financial globalisation have increased interdependence between the world's economies and made them more vulnerable to international shocks. Financial globalisation also has an impact on the transmission mechanism of monetary policy, where foreign monetary policy can be perceived as either beneficial or detrimental. It is detrimental, for example, whenever the central bank of a large open economy like the United States' Federal Reserve, or Fed, tightens monetary policy.

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand how Fed tightening leads to a reduction in the Euro Area’s GDP

  • Understand the impact of ECB monetary policy on the US economy

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Corrado Macchiarelli

Corrado Macchiarelli

Dr. Corrado Macchiarelli is the global macroeconomics research manager in the macroeconomic modeling and forecasting team at NIESR (National Institute of Economic and Social Research). He is also the managing editor of the National Institute Economic Review (Cambridge University Press).