Estimación del traspaso del tipo de cambio a los precios en México

Cortés Espada, Josué Fernando
July 2013
Monetaria;jul-dic2013, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p311
Academic Journal
This paper estimates the magnitude of the exchange rate pass-through to consumer prices in Mexico. Moreover, it analyzes if the pass-through dynamics have changed in recent years. In particular, it uses a methodology that generates results consistent with the hierarchy implicit in the CPI. The results suggest that the exchange rate pass-through to the general price level is low and not statistically significant. However, the pass-through is positive and significant for goods prices. Furthermore, the exchange rate pass-through declined over the 2000s and the depreciation observed in 2011 did not change this trajectory.


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