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The Economics and Finance Letters

April 2014, Volume 1, 4, pp 70-75

The Role of Bank Loans in Monetary Policy Transmission in Malaysia

Yu Hsing

Yu Hsing 1

  1. Professor, Department of Management & Business Administration, College of Business, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana, USA 1

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Pages: 70-75

DOI: 10.18488/journal.29/2014.1.4/29.4.70.75

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Abstract:

This study examines whether the bank lending channel holds for Malaysia based on a simultaneous-equation model consisting of the demand for and supply of bank loans. The three-stage least squares method to employed to estimate regression parameters. There is evidence of the bank lending channel for Malaysia because bank loan supply reacts negatively to the interbank rate and because monetary easing to purchase government bonds leads to more bank deposits and bank loan supply. In addition, depreciation of the Malaysian ringgit or a higher world interest rate results in a decrease in bank loan supply.
Contribution/ Originality
This paper’s primary contribution is to include the exchange rate and the foreign interest rate in bank loan supply, to employ a three-stage least squares method to estimate bank loan demand and supply separately, and to prove the effectiveness of monetary policy transmission.

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