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This paper uses an open economy DSGE model with a commodity sector and nominal and real rigidities to ask what factors account for current account developments in two small commodity exporting countries. We estimate the model, using Bayesian techniques, on Chilean and on New Zealand data, and investigate the structural factors that explain the behaviour of the two countries" current accounts. We find that foreign financial conditions, investment-specific shocks, and foreign demand account for the bulk of the variation of the current accounts of the two countries. In the case of New Zealand fluctuations in commodity export prices have also been important. Monetary and fiscal policy shocks (deviations from policy rules) are estimated to have relatively small e ects on the current account.We find interesting differences in Chilean and New Zealand responses to some shocks, despite similarities between the two economies and the common structural model employed.
|Statement||by Juan Pablo Medina, Anella Munro and Claudio Soto.|
|Series||BIS working papers -- no. 247|
|Contributions||Munro, Anella, 1964-, Soto, Claudio., Bank for International Settlements. Monetary and Economic Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008613031|
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Downloadable. This paper uses an open economy DSGE model with a commodity sector and nominal and real rigidities to ask what factors account for current account developments in two small commodity exporting countries.
We estimate the model, using Bayesian techniques, on Chilean and on New Zealand data, and investigate the structural factors that explain the behaviour of the two countries.
What Drives the Current Account in Commodity Exporting Countries. The Cases of Chile and New Zealand sector and nominal and real rigidities to ask what factors account for current account developments in two small commodity exporting countries.
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Crude oil: $ billion (Down % from to ). • External balances of net commodity importers have deteriorated. The first round effect on current account balances exceeded 1 percent of GDP in some developing countries. With most of the increase in prices of grains and oil in the 2nd half ofexternal balances in some LICs may deteriorate significantly in What Drives the Current Account in Commodity Exporting Countries.
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