Central bank models need to adjust to nature of exchange rate pass-through, paper says

Colombia working paper suggests models need to be adjusted for exchange rate shocks

Models used by central banks for policy-making need to be adjusted to the "incomplete, endogenous, nonlinear and asymmetric nature" of exchange rate pass-through, a working paper published by the Central Bank of Colombia suggests.

In Nonlinear pass-through of exchange rate shocks on inflation: a Bayesian smooth transition VAR approach, Hernán Rincón and Norberto Rodríguez examine the short- and long-term impacts of exchange rate shocks on inflation along the "distribution chain" using monthly

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