5 edition of Exchange rate policies in a small economy found in the catalog.
Published 1983 by Administrator in Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Centro de Investigaciones Económicas
Bibliography: p. 319-320.Abril de 1983.
|Statement||Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Centro de Investigaciones Económicas|
|Publishers||Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Centro de Investigaciones Económicas|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|3||Documento de trabajo (Centro de Investigaciones Económicas (Instituto Torcuato Di Tella)) ;|
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A flexible exchange rate policy allows monetary policy to focus on inflation and unemployment, and allows the exchange rate to change with inflation and rates of return, but also raises a risk that exchange rates may sometimes make large and abrupt movements.
Additionally, not so seldom, exchange rates go in the opposite direction than one would infer from only. Finally, we weigh the elasticities together according to their average share of total net revenues during our sample period. In circumstances of extreme market volatility though, traditional monetary policy adjustment through short-term interest rates might not be enough to preserve the anchoring of inflation expectations.
And, as always, there is just no substitute for strong economic fundamentals. J Asian Econ 22 4 :311—321 The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors, and do not necessarily correspond to those of Danmarks Nationalbank.
Hamilton J 1994 Time series analysis. J Money Credit Bank 40 7 :1439—1469• Monetary Policy and Bank Regulation• Going on with fictious numbers, a Japan of 8 million Yen would then be worth 800 Dollars. For example, when a country pegs its exchange rate, it will sometimes face economic situations where it would like to have an expansionary monetary policy to fight recession—but it cannot do so because that policy would depreciate its exchange rate and break its hard peg.
Dollar can vary when closely examined over time.