Industry Effects of Monetary Policy in Germany
The question of monetary policy transmission has always been of key interest for monetary policy, but most of the research in this area, by nature of the topic, has been concentrating on the aggregate level of the economy1. This view, however, ignores possible asymmetries on more disaggregate levels of the economy, which could in turn lead to asymmetric effects of monetary policy across economic entities, such as sec tors of the economy, or regions.
KeywordsMonetary Policy Impulse Response Function Mining Sector Industry Effect Monetary Policy Shock
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