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    Title: 美國與台灣央行貨幣政策行為之探討─以多重結構性轉變模型為例
    Other Titles: A investigation of the monetary policies of U.S. and Taiwan - a multiple structural change approach
    Authors: 郭耀升;Kuo, Yao-sheng
    Contributors: 淡江大學財務金融學系碩士班
    黃河泉;Huang, Ho-chuan
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:58:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究利用台灣中央銀行重貼現率、美國聯邦基金利率、通貨膨脹率、國內生產毛額、失業率等資料,以簡單迴歸模型以及多重結構性轉變模型來進行實證,對美國以及台灣央行的貨幣政策行為進行探討。


    In this study, I employ the multiple structural change approach of Bai and Perron (2003) to investigate the monetary policy reaction functions of U.S. and Taiwan. Empirical results indicate overwhelming evidence in support of structural breaks in both countries. Moreover, in general, the monetary authorities in both countries adopt countercyclical policies in order to curb high inflation and promote economic growth rate. Furthermore, because of President Reagan’s special monetary policy, we find that there was a positive relationship between the unemployment rate and the federal fund rate in the U.S. I also find that from 1984 to 1992 the stagflation happened in Taiwan and the monetary authority sacrificed the economic growth for curbing inflation.
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